"This is great as a light meal with a salad and crusty bread for dipping." — KitchenWitch
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canned tomato sauce
red pepper flakes
mussels, cleaned and debearded
chopped green onions
Delicious! My husband and I made this and served it over linguine. The sauce is just awesome-capers add a touch of salt and the red pepper gives it a nice kick. I added some white wine before I put the mussels in the pot. This is a new favorite! Thanks.
It was good. Like Julia said all right, but nothing spectacular. I made garlic bread with it. Which it was a really good sauce for dipping, lots of extra. I think if I did it again I'd toss it with linguine noodles. I did add diced tomatoes when I put in the mussells. Otherwise, I kept it the same.
Excellent dish! I especially enjoyed dipping some toasted bread in the sauce. I didn't have capers so I substituted chopped dill pickles and it worked out great.
These were great and absolutely delicious. I found when I made them there was not a lot of sauce, not sure if it was me or the recipe. Next time I may try to make extra sauce.
I made this and then shelled the mussels and put them and the sauce over linguini.
Definitely a go to recipe.
These were awesome!
Great recipe. Added 1/4 cup white wine to sautéed onions and garlic. Used 2 lbs of mussels - plenty of sauce! Served as main course for 2 people with garlic bread.
These were fantastic!! The sauce is very flavorful and great for dipping our new favorite Yum!!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 64
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