Ready in 45 minutes
It will save you a trip to Pizza Bellaroma in Fremantle. Make sure you have some great bread to soak up the juices.
"It is the best! So simple and taste fantastic! I missed out on the tomatoe paste, but dice tomatoes are super tasty with it already! After the mussels I drank up all the soup with plenty of bread! Be careful with the chillis though, the chilli seems to release more spice in soup."- harolzoidium
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Heat oil and saute onion.
Reduce heat and add garlic and chilli. Cook for 1 minute.
Stir in tomatoes, tomato paste and wine.
Season and simmer, covered, for 10 minutes.
Wash andscrub mussels, discarding any which are open.
Add mussels to pan and cook covered for 5 minues, or until mussels begin to open.
Garnsih with parsely and serve with fresh crusty bread.
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Sambo123 3 months agoI make this regularly now thanks to this recipe. Lovely.
Gardre123 8 months agoThis is delicious and a keeper. I did add the Thai chillies great. Thank you
chippernewman 1 year agoWas very quick and foolproof! Just what I was looking for to quickly feed a crowd. Everyone loved it :-)
svincent294 1 year agoExcellent recipe, just what I was looking for easy to make and really tasty!
Vermonstercook 2 years agoSo delicious! Made this in a rustic cabin in the woods with the simplest of supplies and it really hit the spot.
fkraaier 2 years agoGreat recipe! Added a few extra Thai chillies for a little extra zing. But that's personal preference.
harolzoidium 5 years agoIt is the best! So simple and taste fantastic! I missed out on the tomatoe paste, but dice tomatoes are super tasty with it already! After the mussels I drank up all the soup with plenty of bread! Be careful with the chillis though, the chilli seems to release more spice in soup.
SassySW 5 years ago[I posted this recipe.]