Escabeche with Mussels

Escabeche with Mussels

Give this Escabeche with Mussels a try next time you feel like a pickle vegetable salad. Escabeche is a cooking technique that originated in Spain and is commonly used in Mediterranean and Latin American cuisines. It involves marinating and preserving food, typically fish or seafood, in a flavorful vinegar-based sauce. Escabeche with mussels is a delicious dish where mussels are cooked, marinated, and served in this tangy and aromatic sauce.

Salads are quick and easy as well as good for you, so why not take your next salad to the next level and make an escabeche (pickled) salad with some tasty Chilean mussels in a Spanish escabeche-style sauce.

Escabeche with Mussels

Did you know: Escabeche is the name for a number of dishes in Spanish, Portuguese, and Latin American cuisines which can refer to a dish of fish or meat marinated and cooked in an acidic sauce (usually with vinegar) and coloured with Pimentón (Spanish paprika) as well as often citrics and other spices. In both Spain and Latin America many variations exist, sometimes frying the main ingredient before it’s marinated. Escabeche of seafood, fish, chicken, rabbit, or pork is common in Spain and Portugal. Source: Wiki

If you like mussels, be sure to check out our mussel recipes page for more inspiration and see our full range of mussels and oysters

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