Del's x Iggy's - The Wicked Big Rhode Island Kit

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We may be the smallest state but we have A LOT to offer! Two Rhode Island Iconic Brands have teamed up to create the perfect gift for Rhode Island lovers across the nation. This Wicked Big Rhode Island Kit is full of goodies and makes a great gift.

Iggy’s is a true taste of summer in Rhode Island! Since its founding in Warwick’s Oakland Beach in 1989 by husband and wife Gaetano and Sally Gravino, Iggy’s has become renowned for its doughboys, clam cakes, stuffies, clam chowder, fried calamari, and other New England summertime staples. Whether you’re looking to recreate the summertime staples of your youth or to sample these delicious regional specialties for the first time, you’re in for a real treat!

Del’s is an iconic Rhode Island frozen lemonade brand. The family recipe originated in Italy where fruit ices were very popular. At the turn of the century, Frank DeLucio brought his recipe to America and his son Angelo DeLucio started working on a machine to produce the frozen lemonade. Del’s is now a Rhode Island house-hold name and a frozen treat that is enjoyed by many in the summertime.

Iggy’s just recently partnered with Del’s Lemonade and has come up with the most versatile kits for anyone that wants a Taste of Rhode Island with no travel necessary!

More Details

This package includes:

  • 1 can Iggy’s Chopped Clams
  • 1 bag Iggy’s Fritter & Clam Cake Mix
  • 1 bag Iggy’s Fish and Chicken Breading Mix
  • 1 bag Iggy’s Doughboy Mix
  • 1 can Iggy’s New England Clam Chowder
  • 1 quart Del’s Lemonade Mix
  • 1 quart Del’s Watermelon Lemonade Mix
  • 1 Del’s Pint Glass
  • 1 Rhode Island-Themed Sticker Pack
  • 1 Collector’s Pin of Iggy’s Doughboy Drinking Del’s Lemonade
  • 1 T-Shirt of Iggy’s Doughboy Drinking Del’s Lemonade

Be sure to pick your shirt size before you check out!

Instructions / Storage

  • Arrives ready to use
  • Shelf Stable

To Serve (Iggy’s Chopped Canned Clams)

Iggy’s Chopped Clams can be used for several different dishes.

  • Add our canned clams to our fritter mix for Rhode Island-style clam cakes
  • Or indulge in a White or Red Clam Sauce over your choice of pasta

To Serve (Fritter & Clam Cake Mix)

Ingredients needed:

  • 1 bag IGGY’s Fritter and Clam Cake Mix
  • 1 can IGGY’s Chopped Clams (do not drain) or 16 oz of filling of Your Choosing
  • ½ cup cold tap water 

Recipe:

  • Combine all above ingredients
  • Mix until smooth 
  • Let stand for 5 – 10 minutes until batter rises 
  • Use an ice cream scoop to drop mixture into a deep fryer 
  • Drop fritter mix into a deep fryer at 330 degrees for 3-4 minutes until golden brown (gently turning after 2 minutes)
  • Remove fritters and drain onto absorbent paper
  • Serve hot and Enjoy!

Notes on Fritter and Clam Cake Mix

  • 1 bag IGGY’s Fritter and Clam Mix will make 2-3 dozen clam cakes
  • Fritters may also be griddle fried 
  • Frozen or fresh clams may be substituted for IGGY’s Canned Clams, though you should add an additional one cup of water to the mixture 
  • Add minced onion, black pepper, and other recipes as desired 
  • Try these other fritter recipes: Corn Fritters, Fruit Fritters, Corn and Crab Fritters, Lobster Fritters, Smoked Salmon Fritters, Shrimp Fritters, Scallop Fritters, Spicy Fritters, (use your favorite spice blend), Cinnamon Sugar Fritters

To Serve (Iggy’s Fish and Chicken Breading Mix)

There is no wrong way to use this mix – unless of course you just let it sit in your pantry! 

  • Use as a breader, batter or combination wash/breader. 
  • Adjust proportions of the mix and liquid for your desired end result. 

Light Breaded Type Coating Recipe 

  • Moisten seafood, chicken, or vegetables with water. 
  • Tumble-coat seafood, chicken, or vegetables in dry breading mix. 
  • Deep fry at 350 degrees until golden brown. Or pan fry until golden brown. 

Batter Type Coating Recipe 

  • Mix 1.5 cups of breading mix and 1 cup of cold water until smooth
  • Let stand for 5 – 10 minutes 
  • Dip seafood, chicken, or vegetables in wet batter, let excess batter runoff 
  • Deep fry at 350 degrees Fahrenheit until golden brown 
  • If desired, you can pre-dust seafood, chicken, or vegetables in dry breading mix

Multi-Step Coating Recipe
 

  • Mix 1 part breading mix and 2 parts cold tap water until smooth to make a wash. 
  • Dip seafood, chicken, or vegetables in wet batter, let excess batter runoff.
  • Tumble in dry breading mix
  • Shake off excess dry mix
  • Repeat re-coating as desired to build up thickness of finished product 
  • Deep fry at 350 degrees Fahrenheit until golden brown 

To Serve (Doughboy Mix)

Ingredients needed:

  • 1 bottle of spring water
  • 1.5 ounces of shortening 

Recipe:

  • Warm the water until it is between 110 – 120 degrees
  • Put the water, Dough Mix, and shortening into a medium mixing bowl
  • Mix for 5 – 7 minutes or until ingredients are well combined. 
  • Let the dough rise while keeping it covered with a clean dishtowel on a large cutting board dusted with flour for 40 minutes.
  • When risen, cut the dough into 1.5 to 2 oz pieces
  • Preheat oil to 350 degrees
  • Cook until golden brown, approximately 1-2 minutes each side. 
  • Toss with preferred topping (such as cinnamon sugar, powdered sugar, granulated sugar, butter, or red sauce)

To Serve (Iggy’s New England Clam Chowder)

  • Makes Two Bowls of Chowder
  • Add an equal can of milk to the contents of this can.
  • Heat and serve. DO NOT BOIL  
  • For a richer chowder, replace milk with half and half, add one tablespoon of butter, a pinch of dill and pepper.

To Serve (Del’s Lemonade)

There are a few methods to enjoying Del’s in your own home. Check them out below and don’t be afraid to get creative!

Drink a Del’s like a true Rhode Islander

  • No straw or spoon required.
  • Shake the cup. The heat from your hand will slowly melt the ice.
  • Sip right from the cup. No straw needed.
  • Repeat whenever you need an icy treat.
  • Pro Tip – Using a straw is a dead giveaway that you’re either not from Rhode Island or that it may be your first time with a Del’s Lemonade. Plus, straws aren’t good for the environment so it’s a win-win!
     
    Standard Instructions
  • Add one packet of Del’s Make At Home Mix, 2 cups of ice, and 8 fluid ounces of water to your blender.
  • Turn that thing on high and let it rip.
  • After about 30 seconds or so (depending on your blender) you should have a perfect Del’s.
     
    Modified Instructions
  • Add one packet of Del’s Make At Home Mix to 16 fluid ounces of water.
  • Stir until dissolved.
  • Add liquid to ice cube trays and freeze.
  • Once frozen, throw them in the blender and go for it.
  • You may need or want to add a little bit of water to get the blending going.
     
    Adult Swim
  • Just like the first method, but substitute alcohol of your choice for the 8 fluid ounces of water.
     
    Del’s Popsicles
  • Add one packet of Del’s Make At Home Mix to 16 fluid ounces of water.
  • Stir until dissolved.
  • Add to popsicle molds, let freeze thoroughly, then put the notice out to all the kids in your life that you’ve got a party in your freezer.
  • You may have heard some rumors about needing a straw to drink Del’s. We’re here to tell you those rumors are not true.
Download Storage and Prep Instructions

Shipping Details

  • Iggy’s ships Monday-Thursday of each week
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  • Orders shipped to Alaska and Hawaii via 2-day will incur an additional $20 charge or $35 for Overnight Shipping. Sorry guys!
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