Onion, herbs, cheese, garlic and butter.And breadcrumbs, I usually cook them myself, but purchased ones will also do.
And breadcrumbs, I usually cook them myself, but purchased ones will also do.
Take a sufficient number of mussels and put them under cold water for defrosting - I usually have 32 mussels in one pan.
Wash the mussels thoroughly and separate the clams from the shells (so that they are easier to eat later).
Chop the onion and herbs with a knife, squeeze the garlic through a press.
Mix the resulting mixture with melted butter, add a little salt to the mixture, because the parmesan is quite salty.
Grate the cheese.
Mix the cheese with the breadcrumbs one at a time.
Place the mussels in shells on a baking sheet and grease the top with a mixture of oil, herbs and garlic.
Put in a preheated 180 degree oven for a while, until the butter melts, remove from the oven... And now sprinkle with a mixture of cheese and crackers and send it to the oven until the breadcrumbs have a golden-amber crust (the heating temperature can be increased, because 4 minutes is enough for cooking mussels). Remove from the oven and place on a plate!!! Serve with lemon.