Chocolate Beetroot Cake and other recipes from my demo at FEAST!

beetroot cake 3This weekend I’m doing a cookery demo at Feast, the new Food & Drinks Festival in Midleton, Co.Cork. Midleton is very near where I live and has one of the best Farmer’s Markets in the country. There are so many fantastic producers in the area and we’re very lucky to have access to all of their beautiful produce. I seem to constantly buy beetroot there every Saturday, especially this time of year. There are only so many salads you can eat so I’ve made a chocolate cake with some! This cake is sublime. There’s no other word for it. The earthiness of the beets with the rich cacao and fruity olive oil is all balanced with a honey kissed cream cheese frosting. So beautiful! I hope you try it.

I’ll also be making a Feta Bake with the last of the summer’s tomatoes, the recipe is below, this Chocolate Granola and golden beetroot hummus.

Lilly x

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Chocolate Beetroot Cake

Makes 1 loaf

160g caster sugar

2 eggs

1 tsp vanilla

200g grated raw beetroot

110g plain flour

35g cocoa powder

1 tsp baking powder

100ml light olive oil

For the frosting:

1 tbsp honey

1/2 tsp vanilla extract

200g cream cheese, cold

Preheat the oven to 170C. Brush a loaf tin with olive oil and dust with cocoa powder. Set aside.

Beat the eggs and sugar together till pale and light. Add the vanilla. Fold in the grated beetroot. Sieve in half the flour, baking powder and cocoa powder. Mix gently till combined. Add the olive oil and the remaining flour. Mix only till there are no lumps.

Spoon the mix into the prepared tin and bake for 50 minutes or until the cake starts to come away form the side of the tin and a toothpick comes out clean. Leave to rest in the tin for five minutes before cooling on a rack.

To make the frosting just combine the cream cheese with the honey and vanilla. Once the cake is cool spread the icing in a thick layer on top. You can drizzle with a little glace icing tinted with beetroot juice and scatter some cacao nibs or berries over the top too.

This cake tastes best when kept in the fridge.

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Tomato & Feta Bake

(Serves 6)

  • 1 red onion, halved & thinly sliced
  • 1kg Tomatoes, halved or quartered
  • 8 basil leaves
  • 2 tbsp Marjoram leaves
  • 80 g Kalamata olives, destoned & chopped
  • 1 clove garlic, minced
  • 1 tbsp olive oil
  • Chilli flakes
  • Black pepper
  • 500g Feta
  • Crusty bread & a great salad to serve

Preheat the oven to 200C. 

Place the onion, tomatoes, olive oil, half the herbs, chopped olives and garlic in a bowl. Season with black pepper and a pinch of chilli flakes. Be very cautious in seasoning this dish as the feta and olives are already salty Mix gently. Place the feta in the centre of an oven safe serving dish. Arrange the tomato mixture on top and around the feta. Bake in the hot oven for fifteen minutes , scatter the remaining herbs over and serve immediately.

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Braised Lamb Shanks with Orange Flavoured Gremolata

As I mentioned in my previous post I’ve partnered with EU Lamb again this year to promote it as being the modern, convenient, versatile and tasty meat for everyone. The 2017 Lamb campaign runs from July- September so expect to see plenty more tasty, easy and fun lamb recipes online. I chose two recipes from a creative list of many over on www.tastyeasylamb.ie.

lamb shank4This lamb shank dish is divine and incredibly easy to put together. The slow cooking process does all the work in making this a melt in the mouth midweek winner of a dish. The orange gremolata adds a fresh pop of flavor to the finished dish. The kids particularly loved this one. I served it with herb laden couscous and toasted almond flakes. There was more than enough in this recipe for two adults and three kids. The first time I made this I cooked it as is and it was delicious but the second time I made it I let it simmer for an extra hour and only added the carrots half an hour towards the end. We ate this outside with big bowls of couscous but I imagine it will taste amazing during colder months with mashed sweet potato and a hint of cinnamon! I regularly get asked for slow cooker recipes. The slow cooker is your best friend when it comes to quick and easy dinners. This lamb shank dish is THE perfect recipe for the slow cooker. Just spend a few minutes assembling it the night before or that morning then turn it on low. By the time you come home that evening it will all be perfectly cooked and ready to serve. There’s no reheating involved with a slowcooker, just lift the lid and serve. I just soak some couscous for ten minutes and whip up the gremolata. It’s couldn’t be easier.

I bought my lamb shanks in The English Market here in Cork. The butcher said they are hugely popular on restaurant menus and should be cooked at home more often as they’re so cheap and, in his opinion, the tastiest cut. Having made this a few times now I think he’s right and this is something I’ll make again, especially with the citrus twist.

This is a sponsored post promoting how undeniably delicious lamb is to cook and eat! See #tastyeasylamb on Twitter and Instagram for more recipes or visit www.tastyeasylamb.ie

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Braised Lamb Shanks with Orange Flavoured Gremolata

Preparation time: 20 minutes Cooking time: 1 hour 30 minutes

Ingredients for 4 people:

4 lamb shanks

2 tbsp. olive oil

a knob of butter

salt and pepper

3 carrots, cleaned and sliced into batons

6 shallots, peeled

2 tbsp. plain flour

1 bouquet garni

500 ml stock or water

Gremolata:

Handful of flat-leaf parsley 1 clove of garlic
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  • Heat the oil in a large hob-proof casserole dish then add a knob of butter. Add the lamb shanks and brown on all sides. Season with salt and pepper.
  • Remove the meat and add the carrots and shallots to the casserole dish. Allow to brown for a couple of minutes then sprinkle in the flour. Mix this for 1 minute then return the lamb shanks to the dish along with the bouquet garni and the stock or water. Cover and bring to the boil, then reduce the heat. Leave to simmer on a very low heat for at least 11⁄2 hours, turning the shanks occasionally. The meat should be very tender after this time.
  • To make the gremolata: Finely chop the parsley leaves, crush the garlic clove and grate the orange zest, then mix together.

Serve the shanks with vegetables and scatter the gremolata over the top. Tip: You can replace the orange zest with lemon zest.

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Roast Lamb with Tapenade and Spring Onions

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I’m proud to be a lambassador again this year, discovering how tasty, easy and fun lamb is. The campaign shows what a modern, convenient, versatile and tasty meat lamb is. I’m sharing one recipe with you today but there are loads more at www.tastyeasylamb.ie to show just how cooking with lamb can be a fun and creative experience.

The first recipe I’ve chosen is the Roast lamb with tapenade and Spring Onions, mainly because I seem to be stuck in a ‘roast leg of lamb on a Sunday’ rut and thought it would be fun to roast a different joint midweek. My butcher, I went to O’Farrells in Midleton, gave me plenty of options for joints that I could roast. There were some with a bone in for more flavour and others with no bone so that slicing it up would be super easy.

I used new season spring onions for this and they were delicious. Along with sun ripened cherry tomatoes this is one easy dinner to rustle up. I served it with some hot buttered orzo one night and made it a few days later and served it with potato wedges. It’s got that special Sunday roast feel to it but with none of the hassle. The salty tapenade is delicious with the lamb, definitely a combination I’ll repeat again.

This is a sponsored post promoting how undeniably delicious lamb is to cook and eat! See #tastyeasylamb on Twitter and Instagram for more recipes or visit www.tastyeasylamb.ie

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Roast Lamb with Tapenade and Spring Onions

Preparation time: 20 minutes Cooking time: 45 to 55 minutes

Ingredients for 4 people:

A small lamb joint (750 to 800 g)

A knob of butter

salt and pepper

120 g black olive tapenade

2 tbsp. breadcrumbs

400 g cherry tomatoes

3 bunches of spring onions or baby leeks

2 tbsp. olive oil

4 sprigs of rosemary

  • Take the lamb out of the fridge 1 hour in advance.
  • Pre-heat the oven to Gas Mark 4, 180°C, 350°F.
  • Melt a little butter in a large frying pan. Then brown the lamb on all sides. Season with a little salt and pepper. Place in a large oven dish and cook for 25 to 35 minutes.
  • Take the dish out of the oven, spread half the tapenade over the joint then sprinkle the breadcrumbs over the top. Surround the joint with the cherry tomatoes and onions/leeks. Mix the olive oil with the rest of the tapenade and spread over the vegetables. Add the sprigs of rosemary and place back in the oven for 20 more minutes.
  • Remove from the oven, cover the dish with tin foil and leave to rest for 10 minutes.
  • Slice the meat and serve with steamed vegetables and roast potatoes 
Tip: You can also use two racks of lamb for this recipe (around 400 g per piece). In that case, the first time they go in the oven they will only need cooking for 10 to 15 minutes.

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Edible Flowers and how much I love them!

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I’m a big fan of edible flowers. They make everything look more beautiful and give a sense of nature to a dish, celebrating the seasons and adding a touch of Mother Nature’s magic.  I’m so delighted to see so many edible flowers popping up everywhere in the garden. Whilst some flowers are more for decoration than eating there are others that actually add to the flavour too. My favourites are peppery nasturtium petals, little chive blossoms, wild garlic and three cornered leek flowers. For cakes I love all types of primrose, primula and pansy. Apple blossoms are incredibly pretty too. They make even the healthiest breakfast feel like a treat! My borage is finally flowering and destined for eye catching ice cubes to jazz up my gin & tonics.

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Recently I discovered Bumblebee Flower Farm in West Cork. Their website is beautiful and I love spotting their gorgeous creations on my Instagram and Twitter feed. Instagram is just the perfect place to find a small family run business like this with such a passion for what they do. Recently I’ve spotted them making amazing floral headpieces too, if you’re looking for a wedding florist look no further! They have the most amazing edible flower selection, they sent me a few boxes a few months ago and I had great fun putting them on absolutely everything!! I put some pansies on the rhubarb frangipan I made on The Today Show on RTE. The allium flowers went on a roast vegetable dish, the camelias went on my favourite Paleo chocolate cake, the recipe is from Elanas Pantry. I fill and frost it with an avocado chocolate mousse from my second book, Dream Deli. I made a raspberry and rosewater chia jam for it too. Incredible.

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I bought loads of edible flower seeds from Sarah Ravens website and they’re doing great or Irish Seed Savers have some lovely edible ones like Sweet William and Marigold too.

Here’s a list of edible flowers and there are photos too so you can easily identify them.

There are so many fun and creative ways to use edible flowers, my favourite has to be using them to decorate cakes instead of using sugary fondant or multicoloured sprinkles. There’s nothing prettier than a few locally grown blossoms. Get in touch on Instagram or Twitter and let me know how you use edible flowers!

Lilly x

PS. This post isn’t sponsored or anything, it’s just a few links to people and things that I love!

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St. Patrick’s Day Multicoloured Bagels ( recipe & tutorial )

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Making your own bagels is great fun but making your own multicoloured bagels is just mind blowing! What better time to dye that dough than this week in honour of St.Patrick.  Get kneading and your family and friends could be lucky enough to share in the delicious results.  These tricolour beauties are not just pretty they’re chewy and crusty, with a soft yeasty interior. You’ll never look back. Paired with some cold dill cream cheese and organic Irish Smoked Salmon these make a suitably festive brunch come St.Patricks day. Perfect fuel for all the family before the big parade. I’m not one for going overboard on food colouring but had to make an exception for these! This recipe ( from my first book Make Bake Love ) makes a huge amount of bagels but they do freeze well, just don’t forget to slice them in half. These would make a really nice gift over the weekend for friends and family too. Enjoy!
Lilly x

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St. Patrick’s Day Bagels

Makes about 21

Make the dough recipe below x 3

For 1 batch of dough you’ll need:

300ml warm water

½ tsp salt

1 sachet (7g) fast action yeast

2 tablespoons sunflower oil

580g (1lb 4oz) strong bread flour

Food colouring in orange or green (I had no orange so mixed red & yellow)

Mix the water, salt, sugar and yeast in a bowl. You can add the food colouring now too. Add a little at first and see what results you get. You can always add more to the dough as you knead it.

Add the flour and oil. Mix until a dough forms. Add more food colouring as necessary.

Knead for 10 minutes. Repeat three times so you have one ball of plain dough, one orange and one green. Leave each dough rest for half an hour in a large bowl covered with cling film.

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3 orange dough

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Roll each ball of dough out into a large rectangle about 16″ long and 10″ wide. Layer the rectangles on top of one another. Use a sharp knife to slice down vertically, 1 1/2 ” strips of dough. Cut each length of dough in three then twist each length into a spiral bagel shape. It’s quite easy to do but complicated to explain! Make sure you seal the ends tightly. Place the bagels on an oiled tray and cover with a clean cloth. Leave to rest for half an hour.

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Preheat the oven to 180C.

Bring a large pot of water to the boil.

Gently drop each bagel into the water, turn every minute or so.

After 3 minutes of boiling carefully place each bagel on a rack to dry slightly.

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St.Patrick's Day multicoloured bagels tutorial www.lillyhiggins.ie

Place the boiled bagels on a greased baking tray and bake for 15 minutes, turn over and bake for a further 5 minutes until golden. Leave to cool on a rack. Serve lightly toasted with dill cream cheese and smoked salmon.

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St.Patrick's Day multicoloured bagels tutorial www.lillyhiggins.ie

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Roast Mussels with Chorizo, Tomato & Basil

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I’ve teamed up with Bord Bia again this year for their #FlexYourMussels campaign. It’s a great excuse for me to recipe test lots of gorgeous mussels dishes and this one was by far our favourite.

I devised this recipe, as usual, from picking up some delicious key ingredients. The queue at the fish stall at my local Farmers’ Market is always the longest and starts early but it’s easy to see why. The fish is so incredibly fresh. I got a huge bag of mussels last weekend for about four euro so picked up some chorizo and crusty bread to have with it. I usually steam mussels and love delicious Moules Mariniere with white wine and garlic. I had been describing to the kids how the shells open so we decided to oven roast them and watch through the glass as each shell sprang open in the heat. To say these went down a treat would be an understatement! I’m going to cook them like this from now on. I didn’t use any oil and just relied on the juices from the chorizo and mussels to create a spicy salty sauce. It was so gorgeous with sweet liquorice basil leaves wilted in amongst the burst tomatoes.

These mighty little shellfish are packed full of nutrients being a great source of quality protein and provide several vitamins and minerals including iron, zinc, selenium, iodine, some B group vitamins and omega 3 fatty acids. They are also low in fat but I balanced that out nicely with the chorizo! I was delighted to see the kids eating them so eagerly. The entire dish took twenty minutes to make and that included scrubbing the shells and cooking time. I did have plenty of insistent help though!! I’m going to throw in some crushed fennel seeds next time I make this and top it with flat leaf parsley. It would have been delicious drizzled with pesto too.

For tips, videos and recipe inspiration, check out www.bordbia.ie/fish

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Roast Mussels with Chorizo, Tomatoes & Basil

Serves 2-4

800g of mussels, washed and de-bearded

2 large handfuls cherry tomatoes

150g chorizo, sliced into coins and cut into quarters

Crusty baguette or sourdough bread

Large bunch of basil leaves, roughly torn

Preheat the oven to 250°C

Wash and debeard the mussels. Tap each one on the sink if it is open, if it doesn’t close then discard it. Dry any excess water from the shells with kitchen towel and place the mussels on a baking tray. Add the tomatoes and chopped up chorizo.

Roast in the oven for 10-15 minutes until the tomatoes are almost bursting and the mussel shells are open.

Discard any mussels that have not opened. Transfer the mussels, chorizo and tomatoes into a wide serving dish. Spoon over the gorgeous chorizo juices, make sure you pour it into the mussel shells too. Scatter with plenty of torn basil and serve right away with the crusty bread.

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Easy Homemade Chicken Nuggets using leftover roast chicken

Easy Homemade Chicken Nuggets

If you shudder at the thought of what goes into some shop bought chicken nuggets then this recipe is for you! Simply use leftovers from a plump free range roast chicken and these nuggets will be on the table in no time. They’re a big hit with kids and freeze really well too!

Lilly x

Homemade Chicken Nuggets

Makes 12-15

1 small onion

225g cooked chicken, brown and white meat

1 tbsp marjoram

1/2 tsp rosemary

1 egg

1 tbsp mayonnaise

50g parmesan, grated

80g breadcrumbs

To serve: Chips, baked potatoes or salad

 

Preheat the oven to 200C.

Brush a baking tray with oil. Place the onion, chicken and herbs into the bowl of a food processor. Blitz briefly chopped up but still rough in texture. Next add the egg, mayonnaise and parmesan. Blitz till just combined. You don’t want a paste but rather a uniform mix that comes together. Roll tablespoons of the mixture into little balls then flatten slightly, coat in the breadcrumbs and place on the tray. Bake for ten minutes then turn over and bake for a further 8-10 minutes until golden. Serve right away with chips, salad or baked potatoes.

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Our Wedding Day!

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Are you ready to finally see photos from our wedding?! I know. I’ve become one of those people that says ‘Pop in for a cup of tea!’ then presents you with four huge albums weighed down with photos of the food, the flowers, the children, and even the family dog got her photo taken on the day. The amazingly talented Brid O’Donovan took our photos way back in August and I’m finally sharing some here on the website. The time has just flown and it’s been such a busy year, but a truly fantastic year. There are so many people I need to thank and acknowledge. For me the food was the most important element. I knew Eunice Power would do an incredible job creating a Middle Eastern Feast for us! She’s so talented and I can’t recommend her and her amazing team enough. Our stunning flowers were from Hanako and we celebrated it all at Cuskinny Court in Cobh. It was the perfect relaxed location for us. Caitriona and Eric are brilliant and basically let myself and Colm take over the house and do what we wanted. There was even a room for the kids to just relax and play. We put up so many handmade decorations with apples and vegetables everywhere and they decorated the place beautifully too, we really felt at home there on the day. So an amazing crack team all came together for a really relaxed and joyous day. Thanks to everyone involved for so much work, we will never forget it!

Lilly x

Photography: Brid O’Donovan. We didn’t even see her for the whole day yet she captured everything beautifully. How?! And we had the photos quicker than you can say “Honeymoons over guys!” Thank you Brid!x

Flowers: Hanako. I gave her such a vague description of what I wanted and she just knew exactly what to do

Food: Eunice Power. There is nothing Eunice and her team didn’t think of. They are fantastic and I’ll get Eunice to do all my weddings. Wiiiiiiink!

Cheese: On the Pigs Back (Assembled by Eunice)

Hair: Debbie at DKH in Cobh. I do love Debbie and she is the best.

Make Up: Rosie Higgins. My little sister is an incredible make up artist! SO handy!

Dress: Phase EIght

Venue: Cuskinny Court, Cobh, Co.Cork. A fantastic private house that can be made into anything!

Music: Alan Carney and Caitriona Anderson from Cookie and the Vaudevilles provided incredible music at the ceremony. Ikarumba from West Cork (who I first saw at Mahon Farmers Market!) played all afternoon at the reception and my amazing cousin Jeffrey Higgins DJ’d that night.

Thanks to my amazing sister Ettie for bringing so many beautiful handmade sweets, zaatar and sumac back from Jordan. It was her entire baggage allowance!

Here’s to a fantastic 2017 and all that it may bring x

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Tasty, Easy Lamb Tagliata

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I love lamb. Whenever I cook it it’s usually in the form of a big Sunday roast with all the trimmings, a leg of lamb with plenty of leftovers to make a shepherds pie. I always make mint sauce to go with it, so delicious! I buy minced lamb regularly and make Greek meatballs full of herbs and lemon zest, the kids love them on skewers. I’m not familiar with cooking lamb fillets so was looking forward to trying this recipe from http://www.tastyeasylamb.ie . Bord Bia have just launched their new lamb campaign (or lambpaign!) showing how tasty, easy and fun lamb can be. The website provides all the information you’ll need on cooking lamb, helpful tips and hints and of course a fantastic selection of delicious recipes. I’ve made this dish three times since I first came across the recipe and it’s a big hit with everyone, so incredibly quick and easy to make. Dinner is literally on the table in fifteen minutes. I serve it with couscous or flat breads. I’ve used spinach leaves here but any salad leaves will do. I’ve even massaged some kale leaves with lemon juice and olive oil then added a few finely shredded mint leaves and it’s tasted amazing. I’m going to try the lamb cutlets with chimichurri sauce next and then the Greek salad with lentils and lamb. They’re lovely summery dishes that are quick and easy to make and a little bit different from the usual dinners I tend to make midweek.

Lilly x

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Lamb Tagliata with Spinach

Serves 4

4 x lamb fillets

125g parmesan cheese

200g baby spinach leaves

2-3tbsp olive oil

Balsamic Cream

Salt & Pepper

Take the lamb out of the fridge 30 minutes in advance.

Using a peeler, cut the cheese into shavings.

Divide the spinach between 4 plates or spread out on a large dish.

Pre-heat a barbecue or frying pan on a high heat. Brush the lamb fillets with olive oil, season with salt and black pepper and place on the barbecue or in the pan.

Grill them for 2 minutes on each side, then reduce the heat and continue to cook depending on your preference and the thickness of the cut. Remove from the barbecue or pan and leave to rest for 2 minutes.

Drizzle olive oil over the spinach. Slice the meat and place on top, drizzling the balsamic cream over the top in a zigzag pattern. Top with the cheese shavings.

Serve immediately with bread or crisp baby potatoes fried with coarse salt and herbs.

Tip: You can add a few toasted pine nuts to the spinach.

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#FlexYourMussels with Moules Marinières

Moules Mariniere

Moules Mariniere

Eating mussels reminds me of being on holidays in France where we sat for hours one summers evening eating a huge pot of Moules Marinières in Bordeaux. There’s something so enticing about lifting the lid and smelling those garlic and white wine aromas wafting from the pot. I’ve been cooking them at home ever since, sometimes steaming them with cider, grilling them with garlic butter or adding them to a seafood stew. Mussels are the ultimate healthy fast food and something I love to cook. Bord Bia now have a whole range of delicious recipes using mussels on their website here and have just launched a great competition that gives you a chance to #flexyourmussels by posting a photo of a mussel dish that you’ve cooked at home and using the hashtag #flexyourmussels to be in with a chance to win one of three €100 One4All vouchers. I’ll select the winners by Monday 4th July so good luck!

I can’t wait to see loads of creative mussels recipes and get even more inspiration! In the mean time here’s the perfect recipe for the traditional Moules Marinières. It couldn’t be simpler and is surprisingly quick to make. Make sure you have plenty of crusty bread to hand for mopping up all of the delicious sauce at the end of the pot!

Moules Marinières

Serves 2 as a starter, one as a main course.

Time: 10 minutes

1kg mussels, prepared

A knob of butter

1 shallot, finely chopped

1 clove of garlic, peeled and crushed

60mls white wine

Chopped parsley, to serve

Set a large saucepan over a medium heat.  Melt the butter.  Add the chopped shallot and garlic and cook for a couple of minutes. They should soften but not brown.  Add the wine and mussels, turn the heat up to high and cover tightly with a lid.  Allow the mussels to cook for 3-4 minutes, shaking the pan from time to time to ensure they cook evenly. Discard any that have not opened.

Remove the pan from the heat to stop the mussels cooking any further. Sprinkle with chopped parsley, then spoon them into warmed bowls and pour over the pan juices.

Serve with lots of crusty bread.

Nutritional Analysis per serving:
Energy: 424kcal
Protein: 20g
Carbohydrate: 47g
Fat: 15g
Iron: 6.47mg
 
 
 

 

 
 
 
 
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