Slow cooking is the way to go with fresh whelk, says Chef Taibe. Simmering them helps to break down the protein and create a tender, meaty bite. When introducing an unexpected ingredient such as whelk to your guests, he adds, pair it with a delicious, more accessible food like these roasted potatoes. If whelk isn’t available in your area, you can substitute quahogs.
Recipe adapted from Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking.
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