This savory appetizer will convert anyone still timid about mussels.
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Loved it! Packed with nutrition, just left out the butter and used a little olive oil.
These mussels will be the second course of this year's Christmas Eve dinner, the third time I have included it in my favorite meal of the year. Absolutely delicious, easy to make, can be prepped ahead of time (really important when you are have a formal dinner party for eight). Thanks Molly Stevens for this classic.
This is definitely a great muscle dish! My wife and I loved it when we prepared it. It is sure to wow anyone as an appetizer or just as a meal, as we ate it. Preparation takes a little bit of time, but it is well worth it!
WOW! Excellent! My husband and I agree that this is the best preparation of mussels that we've ever had. (And I, especially, have eaten lots of mussel dishes.)I didn't have thyme so I left that out. I only had half and half, so I doubled the amount and simmered it down longer.I used a smaller, local, mussel --- not the same presentation that the medium mussel would have, but ever bit as good if not better.Excellent
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