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Lovefood Logo By Jane Curran of Lovefood | Slide 2 of 31: There are many variations on this classic mussels recipe from Normandy, but the original is still the best. You'll need a large pot to cook the mussels – they're steamed open in white wine, shallots or onion and herbs. You can then add a little cream to the sauce. If you find the mussels are gritty, remove them from the pan then strain the sauce through a fine sieve. Serve with crusty bread. Get the recipe for moules marinière here

Moules marinière

There are many variations on this classic mussels recipe from Normandy, but the original is still the best. You'll need a large pot to cook the mussels – they're steamed open in white wine, shallots or onion and herbs. You can then add a little cream to the sauce. If you find the mussels are gritty, remove them from the pan then strain the sauce through a fine sieve. Serve with crusty bread.

Get the recipe for moules marinière here

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