Bouchot Mussels 400g
Bouchot mussels are a type of small, flavorful, and tender mussel cultivated in France, particularly in the region of Mont-Saint-Michel bay and the Atlantic coast. They get their name from the traditional cultivation method used – wooden posts called "bouchots" are placed in the water to provide a surface for the mussels to attach and grow.
How to eat?
Bouchot mussels are commonly enjoyed in various dishes, such as moules marinières (mussels cooked in white wine and garlic), seafood stews, and paella.
Did you know? Mussels have lots of water within their shells which is why you don't need to add water when you steam them. They lit...