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what to do with frozen mussel meat?

so i've tried the paella style thing and found out...i dont like mussels anymore. the paella was great but i had to pick out the mussels. funny thing as i used to love mussels. at least i know now that i don't like them anymore. thanks forr all your input though. sanni

what to do with frozen mussel meat?

thanks for all your input. yes, they are precooked. i'm glad enough they don't have to be defrosted, bcs i forgot to remove them from the freezer yesterday and i'll probably be making some paella-thing today. i'll i to make do with some seafood broth because for some reason you can't get clam juice in germany. Will keep you posted how it works. sanni

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not so greasy satay sauce

thanks for your recipe will try tomorrow and i'll report back

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i used recipes based on coconut milk (canned) and peanut butter with added spices. that could be it, i don't have avitamix only a regular blender but i'd be grateful for your recipes..thanks sanni

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Hi there this recipe looks great but i can't find broad bean paste (no, amazon german doesn't sell it :-( What could be a substitute? Yellow bean sauce probably? Thanks for your help! sanni

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what to do with frozen mussel meat?

Hi there, i bought a bag of frozen, deshelled mussels because i had a sudden mussel i don't know what to do with them. Do i defrost them before using? how to use them in recipes calling for freshly cooked mussels? any avice will be appreciated, thanks.

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hi guys i've tried a lot of satay sauces lately and all of them have a greasy mouthfeel. is this just the way satay s. are? i don't care for the calories i just don't like the fel. would anyone have a non greasy satay sauce? thanks in advance sanni

best way to roast a duck help asap needed

i thought it would be easy to find a good recipe for crisp roasted duck - it's not. the duck is supposed to be lunch today so no more time for brining etc. i'd also prefer unstuffed. does anyone have a proven technique /recipe? i'd owe you forever! thx sanni