Wine, Saffron and Chili Infused Mussels

A beautiful flavor combination, combined with fresh substainable mussels.

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Wine, Saffron and Chili Infused Mussels

Yield: 4 Serving Prep time: 30 Minute’s Total time: 45 Minute’s



  • onions, peeled and halved

  • red chilies, stem removed

  • 2 tbsp olive oil

  • 1/2 tsp saffron threads, soaked in 2 tablespoons hot water

  • 300 ml dry white wine

  • 500 ml fish stock

  • 2 tbsp tomato paste

  • Sea salt flakes and freshly ground black pepper

  • kg fresh mussels, beards removed and cleaned

  • Several thyme sprigs



  1. For best results, use a KitchenAid® Stand Mixer and Food Processor Attachment.

  2. Fit the Food Processor Attachment to the Stand Mixer with the slicing disc. Place the mixing bowl under the chute. Select ‘thin’ and turn to speed 10. Add the onions and chilies and slice

  3. Add the oil to the KitchenAid® Copper Core 3.3L Braising pan. Place the pan over a medium low heat, add the onions and chilies and cook stirring for 5 minutes until the onions glisten and soften

  4. Add the saffron thread mixture and cook 30 seconds. Add the wine, fish stock, tomato paste and season well with the salt and pepper. Bring to the boil, reduce the heat to low and simmer 5 minutes

  5. Increase the heat to high, when the sauce is boiling add the mussels and thyme sprigs. Cover with the lid and cook 3-5 minutes, shaking the pan occasionally, until the mussels steam open

  6. Serve immediately with crusty bread

About Straight Outta My Kitchen (103 Articles)
Hi, I'm Chris I've been working in kitchens for almost 20 years. Straight Outta My Kitchen is about Sustainable Fresh Local Products. Content Simple Easy Recipes to follow along at home. Straight Outta My Kitchen will strive to produce quality content on home cooking, cast iron, recipes, Product reviews, Food Photography and other things as I go along Looking forward to see how this all pans outs. When It comes to eating I definitely enjoy great flavors, seasonal inspired, great home cooked meals. Growing up I was always in the kitchen learning, watching, learning what does and doesn't go well together. Well Thanks for stopping by here and checking out my photos hope the make you hungry and want to go cook.

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