R210 Saving (24%)! It would cost you R855 if you purchased the below items individually.
Included in this box:
- 2 bottles Paul Cluver Estate Wine - You choose if you'd like the Estate Chardonnay or Estate Pinot Noir or one of each (Link to product)
- 800g Blue Ocean Mussels - half shell fresh frozen (Link to product)
- 1 Fresh Schoon Baguette
- 250g Mooivallei Riggs Butter
- 250ml Rio Largo Olive Oil
- 200g Garlic Bulb
- 30g Fresh Thyme
- 30g Fresh Flat Leaf Parsley
Serves 2-3 pax
- Melt a good size dollop of butter together with some sliced shallots, thyme and olive oil in a large pot.
- Open that delicious Paul Cluver Estate Chardonnay, pour the chef (yourself!) half a glass and share half a glass with the pot!
- Add the frozen mussels to the pot and gently turn them to incorporate the ingredients.
- Put the lid on and let the mussels steam for 3 minutes! Make sure the chef keeps hydrated.
- Dip a piece of your french baguette to taste the sauce and season accordingly.
About the mussels:
The Mediterranean mussel is naturally rope grown in the nutrient rich waters of Saldanha Bay. Available throughout the year, and best during the cold winter months when they are bigger and juicier. IQF pre-cooked half shell.
Saldanha Bay is home to Blue Ocean Mussels, South Africa’s premium mussel farming operation known to many as simply “the BOM” – over the last 30 years they have built a proudly South African business that prides itself in consistently supplying the best local mussel products accompanied by a side-dish of excellent service.
The location of the farm is paramount to the mussels excellence, plump, juicy and slightly sweet taste. The unpolluted, pristine seawater in Saldanha Bay and the windy West Coast conditions create up-welling currents that provides fresh, clean, cold and nutrient-rich water that’s perfect for growing some of the best mussels in the world.Did you know? Mussels are also loaded with high levels of essential vitamins and minerals like Selenium, Manganese, Zinc, Vitamin B-12, Vitamin C and Iron, just to name a few.