Mussels in Asturian Cider
recipe for Mussels in Asturian Cider has been reproduced
courtesy of Orce
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Steamed mussels are popular Spanish tapas and are served
in many tapas bars in the Granada region, sometimes
with tomato salsa, white wine and garlic and on occasion
with cider. Notably different in the flavour department
but tremendously tasty!
for Mussels in Asturian Cider
2 Kilos fresh mussels
1 Onion (diced)
1 Bay leaf
Cracked black pepper
to make Mussels in Asturian Cider
up your fresh mussels by removing the beards and scraping
the shells of required.
the mussels in a large pan or Spanish Olla and put
on a high heat, steam for 6 - 8 minutes until opened.
place your diced onion, bay leaf, pepper and cider
into a cazuela and reduce by around half over a high
in any remaining juices from the steamed mussel and
the mussels into a large bowl/cazuela and pour over
the cider sauce.
with fresh crusty bread!
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with permission of Orce