MUSSELS WITH MARINARA SAUCE

 

Nothing better than to enjoy the rich flavour the sea has to offer, because the variety in our country is very varied and also very recognized around the world.

A quick, simple and delicious Mussels recipe you’ll love to cook to your family, friends and of course, yourself. If you’re a seafood lover, this easy recipe will make your palate really happy.

In Spain, Galicia is the region where the best mussels of the country are found that are bred and processed in waters of the Cantabrian sea, whose temperature makes an ideal ecosystem for its reproduction.

Meaty and juicy are its greatest attributes, but without a doubt its flavor and versatility are the highlights of this product of the sea.

Time to cook: 25 minutes   –  Serves: 4
INGREDIENTS:

1200 grm medium mussels

1/2 teaspoon Sweet paprika

1 tablespoons wheat flour

1 medium onion

4 tablespoons olive oil

1/2 glass of white wine

20 grm parsley

2 garlics

Salt and pepper

Fish stock

PREPARATION:

Clean the mussels , removing the beards and cleaning the shells. Peel and dice finely the onion and garlic.

After put in a deep pan with 2 olive oil teaspoons, lightly browned both.

Add the sweet paprika and flour, mix all together.

Later add the white wine and let evaporated the alcohol.

Next add the boiling  fish stock and boil for 10 minutes until obtain a textured sauce, then add salt and pepper.

Add 1 tablespoon of finely chopped parsley. Next add the clean mussels, cover and cook  until they open.

Served in a bowl and add the rest of chopped parsley.

One last recommendation that we can make, enjoy it with a very cold beer although a wine with citrus notes such as Verdejo or Chacoli typical of the Basque Country, also marry perfectly.

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