Debeard and scrub mussels under cold water. Drain.
Melt butter with oil in a large pot.
Brown shallots. Add mussels, garlic and parsley.
Add wine and pepper.
Cook, covered, on high until mussels open. Discard any unopened ones.
Melt butter in a small pot. Stir in flour to make a white roux. Stir in mussel cooking liquid. Combine roux with mussels.
Add cream and season. Simmer for a few minutes.
These dry wines are characterised by their intense spice, toast, or exotic fruit aromas. They leave a full-bodied texture on the palate and are well-balanced.
Product categories: white wine, Champagne and sparkling wine.
© Société des alcools du Québec, 2007
A thirstquenching favourite.
A slightly bitter light-bodied beer with a noticeably sweet, malty taste and a dry finish.
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