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August 25th, 2014 4 Comments

Cheese-Mayo Baked Mussels (Mussels Dynamite)

Cheese-Mayo Baked Mussels
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Cheese-Mayo Baked Mussels

Baked mussels with cheese-mayo or mussels dynamite is so delicious. Easy recipe with cheese, mayonnaise, mussels and you’ll have the most amazing appetizer ever.

Cheese-Mayo Baked Mussels (Mussels Dynamite)

Cheese, mayonnaise and seafood pair so well together and they are perfect match made in food heaven. I especially love it with shellfish such as green mussels. Frozen green mussels (imported from New Zealand) are topped with the rich, creamy, cheese mayonnaise sauce and then baked. When they are out of the oven, I love topping them with some Japanese fish roe or tobiko so every bite is also bursting with the wonderful flavors of the tabiko. Ah….so yummy.

Cheese-Mayo Baked Mussels (Mussels Dynamite)

These mussels are also called Mussels Dynamite and often served as an appetizer at Japanese restaurants or at Japanese seafood/sushi buffets. There is another similar dish called Shrimp Dynamite and I have the recipe. Every time I see these two items on the menu, I just have to pick them up and indulge myself in the creamy deliciousness.

Green mussels are readily available at the frozen section of many supermarkets, so you can make this Japanese appetizer in a jiffy. With the Labor Day weekend just a week away, you can serve this cheese-mayo baked mussels or mussel dynamite as an appetizer with your regular BBQ and meats. I am sure your guests would love you forever for pampering them with this utterly mouthwatering recipe.

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  1. NiruR says:

    Bee: If frozen mussels are used, do you thaw them first?

  2. Michael says:

    Hi, great recipe..but bake for no more than 12 mins as if you bake for 25-30 mins wow! you will totally overcook the mussels and they will be unedible…remember mussels do not take long to cook.. think of it if you cook a thick steak for 25-30 mins it would be well over done and mussels are 1 40th the size. enjoy

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  4. Marie says:

    Yum! Sounds addictive. I love mussels and mayo separately, but don’t think I’ve had them together before.

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