Have a great kombucha tea a tad on the sour side. Love Kombucha + Seafood.
Try this really quick recipe.
I cup of Kombucha Tea. May be fresh or really soured. Preferably one of favorite kombucha tea that you just know will go great with seafood.
Add ~ 2 pounds of mussels. Discard mussels that do not open.
Rinse mussels in cold running water. Discard any cracked, damaged mussels, or mussels that remain open after cleaning. Remove their “beards” (look like seaweed, grab and gently tug and move back and forth, may be present or not) Scrub to clean off any sand or barnacles. If you find any pearls - then you're really doing oysters - which go great as well.
Raw Shrimp.+/- 1 pound. May be peeled or unpeeled. if frozen then threw first.
Add Kombucha Tea to a skillet
Add Shrimp ; depending upon their size may add shrimp at the same time or wait a minute or two. Small shrimp cook faster than do the larger sizes. Anywhere from 2-5 minutes.
Cover and simmer until mussels open, and Shrimp are pink and opaque. about 3 to 5 minutes.
Serve with your favorite garnish, herbs and spices.
note: use your Kombucha Tea as a substitute for water, juice or vinegar when creating your sauces.
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