Top Rated Moules Frites Recipes

This classic recipe calls for steaming the mussels in white wine, which lends acidity and creates a flavorful sauce.
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noir
Delicious and similar to the famous recipe served at Pastis in New York. Enjoy! :)
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Karen Smithe
This is served everywhere you go in France & Belgium, particularly on the coast. However I most recently ate this at 'La Grande Braderie' in Lille where it is the specialty dish, it was fantastic! For the chips I have used my own recipe for chips as I a) prefer them and b) they are much healthier! Traditionally the 'frites' would be deep fried. I hope you enjoy the recipe!
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TopAtlantaChef
This is a great recipe! Since he did not win on the Throwdown the other one had to be extremely good because this was great when I made it and I am not a professional. It is time consuming so try to manage accordingly. Takes about 1 hour and 10 minutes to prepare. But it is well worth it. Also, the prep time is approximate listed below as well.
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French Tart
I adore Moules Frites - for me it is quintessential French and Belgian Bistro food at its best - plus I love tactile eating! You can treat yourself to Moules Frites anywhere in France and Belgium, and for most of the year. I often make the "Moules" part at home - Moules Marinière - but now and then, for a treat I also do the "Frites" bit as well......chips or French fries! Serve these with lots of paper towels or napkins, and a glass of chilled white wine would be the perfect accompaniment! I bought special Moules Frites dishes, as shown in the photos, but a couple of bowls would be fine - and don't forget a large bowl for the shells. If you really want to be 100% authentic, it is de rigueur to serve the frites with mayonnaise my dear.....sinfully good! Vive la France! Historical Note: Did you know that French Fries are really Belgian? Deep-fried chipped potatoes ("fries" in American English; "chips" in British English) are a very popular food item – and one whi
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