• Garlic & Herb Mussels

    Garlic & Herb Mussels
    I’ve always had an affinity for mussels, and they are relatively quick and easy to make. Seafood (including mollusks) and eggs are primary sources of protein for me, and I have mussels about twice a month.

    Living in the Pacific Northwest, I have fairly easy access to Penn Cove mussels. Mussels are in peak season from October to March, but you can purchase live or frozen mussels year round, online or from a seafood market. Mussels are a great source of protein and vitamins (especially C, iron, and B-12).

    Garlic & Herb Mussels

    I’m a bit spoiled these days since my office is a 10 minute walk to and from Pike Place Market, so I can pick up fresh seafood from the market before heading home and have it for dinner that evening.

    For this recipe, I make the cauliflower rice first, and while it’s roasting I prepare the mussels. You can keep the mussels warm and steamy in the pot, covered until the rice is ready and then serve together. And I recommend pouring some broth over the mussels and rice.

    Garlic & Herb Mussels

     

     
     
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