What ever the hell that means right?? Break it down, Mussels recipes for Moules Marinieres…Well I don’t know the proper translation in french but I do know in English it means fantastic! Butter, garlic, white wine…sounds like a party! Now if we can just figure out how to cook these damn Mussels we might even have something to snack on in the meantime.
Mussels recipes for Moules Marinieres made easy:
Well believe it or not, this Mussels Recipes for Moules Marinieres is quick and easy like anything else I’ve demonstrated, and quite honestly they even make you feel proud when your done. Just be sure that you don’t over cook the actual mussel when you steam them. The last thing you want in the world when you are making this recipe is to end up with a bunch of chewy tateless mussels with only a bad ass salsa to show for it. But don’t be scared, Jump right in, Mussels rock and you know it. Just watch the quick flick below and prove to your self you can do it!
In this Mussels Recipes for Moules Marinieres you will use:
1 cube butter
1 tbls chopped garlic
1/2 tsp. Anchovy paste
2 tbls scallions
1 tbls. green bell pepper(optional)
1/2 cup white wine
1 pinch parsley
1 pinch thyme
1/4 tsp. chili flakes
When you make the salsa start everything in this order; butter, then garlic, anchoy paste, scallions, bell pepper, white wine, parsely, thyme, and then chile flakes. After you’ve steam the Mussels the you give them a good toss in a large enough bowl to distribute the salsa evenly through the shells. You can then seperate your portions onto plates and serve your Mussels Recipes for Moules Marinieres.