Cuca Razor Clams or Navajas in Brine are a real delicacy in Spain. Long and narrow they have a delicious delicate flavour. In Spain, razor clams are often prepared “a la plancha” – fried in a thin layer of oil in a frypan, or grillplate with some salt and pepper, until they are just done. And simply served with some lemon or lime.
Cuca tinned seafood products are so good that acclaimed restaurateur, Frank Camorra (Movida), began importing them himself and uses them in his acclaimed restaurants.
about the producer
These razor clams are from Chile. Cuca have been preserving fish and seafood since 1932. They use only the best raw materials, harvest by hand, clean and pack each morsel by hand and use nothing but the raw natural materials, seafood, olive oil and brine. The results are products that retain their natural shape and texture through the tinning process. You can really taste the difference.