Mussels in White Wine and Tomato Sauce With Pasta

Hello everyone, this is my very first cooking blog post, which is a very easy and fun recipe that I made. Hope ya enjoy!

Ingredients:

  • -Mussels
  • -Pasta
  • -White Wine
  • -Garlic
  • -Oregano
  • -Parsley
  • -Tomato Sauce
  • -Salt

First step is cleaning the mussels and let them run dry until we prepare the rest of the meal.

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For the sauce, we stewed the garlic for a couple of minutes, before adding the tomato sauce. We stirred them for approximately 10 minutes, then we carried on by pouring a glass of white wine. Quick tip: keep stirring until the sauce is more creamy than watery in the pan.

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Add salt to your liking, and for more flavor add some oregano. Pour the mussels in the sauce, and keep stirring for 5 minutes. To make sure they are cooked, taste the mussels.While you let them sink in, carry on with the pasta, which you only need to boil for 10-15 minutes.

Add some parsley at the end to make the mussels more tasty. In the plate, arrange the pasta and mussels as you desire.

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They can be served with a glass of white wine, and trust me, it will taste delicious!!

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So, what do you think? I am in no way an expert in cooking and this is my very first cooking post so please excuse it if its not that great, but nonetheless,  I really hope you have enjoyed it! Let me know if you give it a try! Until my next blog post,

Lots of love and hugs,

Nico

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8 thoughts on “Mussels in White Wine and Tomato Sauce With Pasta

  1. Yum! Look at all those mussels! Did you use fresh ones? Maybe you could include your tips on how to clean mussels in your next post! Great photos.

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  2. What a wonderful post! I love this mussels recipe and all the great photos. And I liked that you paired this fabulous dish with a nice glass of wine. You’ve provided me with great food inspiration. 🙂

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  3. sounds so easy! mussels in white wine with pasta is something my dad always makes for me and i have never learned his recipe. this recipe sounds manageable, and delicious! i can’t wait to make it and dip some crusty bread into it. mmm

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