These Baked Mussels are very easy to prepare. With just 4 ingredients, you can make a great appetizer that everyone will enjoy. It is buttery, garlicky, and cheesy. Simple yet so delicious. Mussel or Tahong, as we call it in the Philippines is a common dish for us. We always get it fresh from the market because as you know, Philippines is surrounded by water so fresh seafood is a common sight in the wet market.
Here in California, it's a little hard to find fresh ones. Frozen mussels are available in many grocery stores so that's what I used on this recipe. The mussels I bought are already on the half shells so there's really no need to do some prepping like forcing them up open except, I need to do some scrubbing on the shells and removed some dirt and hair bit. Make sure to read my recipe notes below so you know what to do if using fresh ones and what options you have for this recipe. Enjoy.
Baked Mussels Recipe
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