Looking for mussels recipes? Here is our guide to cooking mussels and plenty of recipes to try for a seafood supper. From mussels in white wine to Thai red curry, seafood fideau to mussels in tomato sauce.
Try our flavour-packed mussels in a tomato sauce with orzo and spicy ‘nduja. This easy recipe is low in calories and ready in under an hour – great for impressive weekend entertaining.
This recipe for Thai red curry mussels is a great new way to serve mussels. It’s a really easy dish to make, is ready in just 30 minutes and is under 300 calories but is still packed with flavour and a great chilli kick.
This miso mussels recipe is a quick, easy healthy way to use mussels in a new, Asian-inspired way.
A quick and easy starter of spicy Catalan mussels with almond picada from Oldroyd’s.
This recipe for saffron mussels with orzo and tomatoes is really easy –it’s a one-pot and takes under and hour but it looks fantastic and is packed full of delicious flavours. It’s a great new way to make the most of mussels and tomatoes. Try our other one pot recipes here…
Trade in your usual moules mariniere for this pepped-up Spanish recipe for mussels with saffron and spinach that’s ready in just 30 minutes. Cook it for a dinner for two, or serve as part of a mixed tapas.
This is lovely eaten with crusty bread as a starter but you could also serve them as canapés with drinks. Mussels are at their best in the colder months so look out for ones grown locally.
A quick classic shellfish soup made easy. Mussels and clams cooked in sherry and finished off with the garlic mayo, Aïoli. All you need to serve with it is slices of baguette for dunking.
The best recipe for mussels. Make a quick tomato and chorizo sauce, throw in the mussels and serve with paprika-dusted skinny fries for a midweek meal for two.
The best recipe for Fidea and will definitely serve a crowd. This typical Spanish dish, think paella with pasta instead of rice, is packed with king prawns, chicken and mussels as well as smoked paprika for that authentic taste. Ideal dinner-party dish.
This recipe is a twist on a classic moules mariniere but instead of using white wine for the creamy sauce, it uses cider. Try this easy mussels starter at you next dinner party.