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Pickled Mussels Recipe
Pickled mussels are a delicacy product, but for an amateur. My family loves them. I used to buy them, but not very often. Then my husband suggested to try to buy frozen mussels and try to cook them as much as possible. I experimented for a long time, but still found the best recipe for myself, which I use with pleasure. Great as a beer snack or as an ingredient in various dishes. Come in, help yourself!
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Servings
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Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
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  1. From 900 grams of mussels, 1.5 liters of cans of the finished product are obtained. I usually cook 450 g for 1 time. Boil the mussels in fresh water for 5 minutes.
    From 900 grams of mussels, 1.5 liters of cans of the finished product are obtained. I usually cook 450 g for 1 time. Boil the mussels in fresh water for 5 minutes.
  2. Garlic cut into plates, onion - petals.
    Garlic cut into plates, onion - petals.
  3. Put garlic, onion, your favorite spices for fish and seafood, a small leaf of bay leaf in a jar.
    Put garlic, onion, your favorite spices for fish and seafood, a small leaf of bay leaf in a jar.
  4. Strain the mussels through a sieve. For the preparation of brine. For 1 liter of water, add 1 tablespoon of salt and sugar and 1 teaspoon of citric acid without a slide. After adding citric acid, the brine should be tasted. It should be pleasant and sour. Mussels, onions, garlic and spices themselves will take away some of the acid.
    Strain the mussels through a sieve. For the preparation of brine. For 1 liter of water, add 1 tablespoon of salt and sugar and 1 teaspoon of citric acid without a slide. After adding citric acid, the brine should be tasted. It should be pleasant and sour. Mussels, onions, garlic and spices themselves will take away some of the acid.
  5. Fill the jar with spices to the top with mussels and pour brine. Leave to cool a little. After 2 hours, try the brine for acid. If there is not enough acid, carefully add citric acid diluted with boiling water. After cooling, refrigerate for 1 day. The next day you can eat. Enjoy your meal!
    Fill the jar with spices to the top with mussels and pour brine. Leave to cool a little. After 2 hours, try the brine for acid. If there is not enough acid, carefully add citric acid diluted with boiling water. After cooling, refrigerate for 1 day. The next day you can eat. Enjoy your meal!
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JAN BOLLE
JAN BOLLE
9 months ago

can you can pickeld mussels?