In a pot of cold water cook the beans previously soaked overnight .
Simmer two tablespoons of olive oil, leek and celery diced . Add the beans with a little of cooking water ( set aside the rest of water)
In a large frying pan put a tablespoon of olive oil and a clove of garlic , a bit of fresh chilli ( no seeds ), and then open the mussels previously well washed . Sprinkle with a dash of white wine and let evaporate . Do not put salt , mussels are salty on its own.
Remove the mussels and keep them warm , keep cooking the liquid , which will add to the beans .
With a blender puree the beans until soft and creamy but not liquid , if needed , add some of with the cooking water kept aside .
Blend parsley with olive oil , pass through a sieve .
Placed the cream on plates , spread over the mussels and garnish with the parsley oil . Serve hot.
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