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Spanish Mussels in Escabeche from La Brújula

La Brújula

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Tinned Mussels in Pickled Sauce from Galicia, Spain

La Brújula's mejillones en escabeche start with pristine Spanish mussels sustainably-harvested from Galician estuaries. The mussles are steam-shucked, cleaned, gently fried and then hand-packed in a flavor-boosting mixture of olive oil, vinegar, salt, bay leaf and smoky Spanish Pimentón de la Vera. The mussels are plump and sumptuous with a clean briny flavor and a delicate smoky tang from the pickled sauce. 

Looking for more Spanish conservas? Try any of the tinned and jarred fish from famed Spanish producer Conservas Ortiz.

How to use

These mussels are exquisite straight out of the tin—all that is needed is some slices of bread, a few wedges of lemon and plenty of good Spanish white wine (may we suggest a nice, crisp Albariño?). For another simple tapa, serve these mussels and the pickled sauce over sliced boiled potatoes with a finishing sprinkle of fleur de sel. 

Note: Once opened, consume immediately.

About the producer

Based in Galicia, Spain, La Brújula (meaning “the compass” in Spanish) has been dedicated to creating the best Spanish tinned fish and seafood for over 20 years, from sustainable and responsible fishing practices to preserving traditional Spanish fish processing methods. Their state-of-the-art facility is located just a stone’s throw from the Galician estuaries—where most of their fish and seafood is caught and harvested—ensuring freshness and quality in their product. From small sardines caught at dawn to their razor clams harvested by free divers, La Brújula is committed to maintaining the environment and furthering the future of marine biodiversity. 

More Info

La Brújula
8-12 pieces 3.9 ounces (110 grams)
Mussel, olive oil, sunflower oil, vinegar, spices and salt

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Keith Ranna
La Brujula mussels in escabeche

they are ridiculously delicious...expensive but worth it!!!