Seafood » Mussels Mariniere
Classic does not have to be complicated. Martin Breslin, Director for Culinary Operations at Harvard University, shares a simple yet elegant recipe for a popular French dish, Moules (mussels) Marinière. Mussels are an inexpensive mollusk that need little to flavor them - white wine, fresh herbs, cream, butter and shallots. It's all in the technique which is surprisingly easy and yields a flavorful seafood appetizer or entree you can literally prepare in minutes.
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