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Mussels with White Wine and Garlic
Mussels with White Wine and Garlic
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A French homemade recipe for how to cook mussels the best way. It will take you only 25 minutes to get a wonderful dish of mussels on your plate. It is common to serve as an appetizer, or as a main dish together with French Fries.

Ingredient List for 2 servings:
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1400 gr Mussels
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250 ml White wine
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1 Garlic clove
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1 Onion
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1 tablespoon Flour
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1 Carrot
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2 Celery stalks
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1 small Leek
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1 teaspoon Butter
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1 pinch Salt
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1 pinch Pepper
Instructions:
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Clean the mussels well under running water to get away the sand and dirt.
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Cut the onion and garlic in small pieces.
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Cut the celery and carrot in small cubes.
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Cut the leek in thin slices.
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Melt the butter in casserole and cook the vegetables, onion and garlic for 5 minutes.
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Sprinkle the flour over the mixture and stir well.
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Add the mussels and white wine and cook on high heat for 10 minutes or until the mussels are open. Add a sprig of thyme, salt and pepper. Cover the casserole while cooking them to get the steam.
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Serve warm ina big bowl.
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