Enjoy our breaded clam strips as an appetizer with your favorite sauce, or served as the main entrée. Preparation is easy! Deep fry them at 350°F until golden brown, about 60 seconds. Or bake them in a conventional oven for 10-12 minutes at 400°F.

Our Super Surfers are premium hand-shucked clams that have been cut into strips and breaded. Bigger than the Premium Breaded Clam Strips, Super Surfers are prepared by deep frying for 90 seconds at 350°F. Both flavors, Buffalo and Country Crispy, make quick and easy appetizers with your favorite sauce.

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The Crab Place Premium Breaded Clam Strips, 1 Pound

The Crab Place Premium Breaded Clam Strips, 2 Pounds

The Crab Place Premium Breaded Clam Strips, 5 Pounds

The Crab Place Premium Breaded Super Surfer Clam Strips (Buffalo), 1 Pound (4 Pkgs of 4 oz Each)

The Crab Place Premium Breaded Super Surfer Clam Strips (Buffalo), 2 Pounds (8 Pkgs of 4 oz Each)

The Crab Place Premium Breaded Super Surfer Clam Strips (Buffalo), 5 Pounds (20 Pkgs of 4 oz Each)

The Crab Place Premium Breaded Super Surfer Clam Strips (Country Crispy), 1 lb (4 Pkgs of 4 oz Each)

The Crab Place Premium Breaded Super Surfer Clam Strips (Country Crispy), 2 lbs

The Crab Place Premium Breaded Super Surfer Clam Strips (Country Crispy), 5 lbs

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