Italian mussel recipes

Enjoy classic Italian aromas with our Italian mussel recipes using our premium mussels. Whether you're looking for something new to try in your pasta or learning how to cook mussels, our Italian mussel recipes are a delicious way to enjoy fresh ocean flavour.

How to Cook Mussels... deliciously soft

Our guide on how to cook mussels is extremely simple. You’ll always make the right choice with our premium mussels products.

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Mussels with Tomato and Parsley Linguine

Bring the classic Italian aromas of tomato and parsley into your kitchen with this mussels in tomato recipe.

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Mussels with Rag Pasta and Pesto

The fresh, clean flavour of a classic basil pesto and the richness of mussels pasta are magical partners to Kinkawooka Mussels.

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Baked Mussels using Kinkawooka Pot Ready Mussels

While mussel recipes more commonly call for steaming, baked mussels are a delicious way to enjoy this superfood from the sea.

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News & Articles

Now is a great time to enjoy the mussel season ~ sweeter flavour and a creamy texture

Now is the best time for mussels. Winter mussels from EP Seafoods are plump, juicy and have a sweeter flavour. The best mussel season is March to November and in June and July the mussels begin to spawn. This is a great time to enjoy Australia’s very best mussels from the Eyre Peninsula.

Eating mussels for the family meal became a habit that we all enjoyed

Busy? Aren’t we all! Since we came out of a lockdown it can feel like the days are moving faster and we have less time to do those things that are important to our health. Whilst the lockdowns were hard, we found we had more time and more reason to make time for our own wellbeing and that of our two children. Mussels for the family meal became the norm.

Black mussels and blue mussels are found on the menus of leading restaurants

Black mussels dominate the menus of the world’s leading restaurants. Native to the waters of Southern Africa, the Arctic Ocean, the North Pacific and North Atlantic Oceans the similarity of black mussels to blue mussels grown in the Southern Ocean of mainland Australia is beginning to gain a great deal of attention with many Australian chefs.

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