Bouchot mussels stuffed with herbs, gingerbread and Emmental cheese
Have you already tasted mussels au gratin? Here's an innovative version with Emmental and gingerbread! Sounds strange? Prejudices are always out of place when cooking. We don't shy away from curious mixtures, and the result is amazing. A combination of sea and land, a great starter with potential for success! Sami can confirm it!
Cook the mussels à la marinière, using cider instead of wine. Mix the coarse salt and pink pepper.
Chop the ingredients for the filling: shallots, parsley, gingerbread and Emmentaler.
Stuff the shells and gratinate in the oven.
Semi-dry white wine
Growing region: Rhone Valley
At nose: delicate notes of white flowers, white fruits, fresh and soft. Organic and well balanced.