Steamed Mussels in Garlic and Herb Wine Sauce

Steamed Mussels in Garlic and Herb Wine Sauce

Steamed Mussels in Garlic and Herb Wine Sauce
Steamed Mussels in Garlic and Herb Wine Sauce

"You can quickly pull together a batch of Steamed Mussels in Garlic and Herb Wine Sauce for a simple and fresh seafood dinner that’s on the table in just 12 minutes! With a crusty loaf of bread to soak up the rich and flavorful broth, it’s an easy and nutritious weeknight meal that your family will devour! I’m so excited to share a steamed mussels recipe with you today that is literally as easy as boiling water! With just 5 minutes of prep and a handful of very basic ingredients, you can have a healthy, gourmet seafood dish on the table with almost ZERO effort!"

Serves4 people

Preparation Time5 min

Cooking Time7 min

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Before you cook these, make sure that you give the shells a good scrub, and let them hang out in a big bowl of tap water for a few minutes. This will get them to spit out any sand that they might still have inside them, Scoop them out, and you'll be able to see all the sand at the bottom of the bowl. My family will not eat anything from the sea, unless it is deep fried fish. So I plan to make this recipe just for me the next time they are out!

My family absolutely loves mussels and this recipe is perfect for us! The sauce is light but flavorful and the mussels are tender and juicy. I recommend having some fresh bread to dunk in the sauce after because otherwise you'll be trying to drink the rest of it from the bowl! It's also great with some pasta and fresh spinach or broccoli.

Very VERY good! I always thought that using mussels in the shell would be fiddly and fussy but no, not at all. This is such a good and really DELICIOUS recipe that I would be really happy to make it again for dinner tomorrow night, lol! Serve it with a fresh green salad and crunchy Italian bread and it is sheer heaven!

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