Oyster Recipe Ideas
Nothing better than a dozen Oysters fresh from the ocean
Right around the world, oysters are often considered a delicacy. To many, they are known to be an aphrodisiac.
Most people enjoy oysters natural, ie freshly shucked with remnants of the ocean within and served with an edge of lemon. However oysters are such a versatile ingredient which can be eaten raw, smoked, boiled, baked, fried, roasted, stewed, canned, pickled, steamed, broiled or featured in a range of cocktails.
In recent times, raw bars have popped up offering a wide selection of oyster varieties, but there’s nothing better than serving fresh oysters at home with your friends and family. So we’d thought we’d share some common and uncommon recipes using Oysters.
Oyster Recipe Ideas
Raw Oysters served with a wedge of Lemon
Simple, fresh and easy.
Originating in New Orleans this cooked oyster recipe is packed with flavour
Lightly broiled with a little garlic, parsley and butter.
Usually served creamy, don’t forget to keep a few whole oysters as garnish. Great for winter.
Lightly fried in tempura batter – serve in the shell for great presentation.
Oyster & Bloody Mary Shooters
Freshly shucked oysters paired with the cocktail classic, served in shot glasses.
Classically prepared with fresh mushrooms, in a cream base this oyster dish is a rich. Serve with fresh bread.
Classic Surf & Turf – try oysters stuffed into a fillet of steak and grill to perfection.
Oysters Kilpatrick Recipes
The Kilpatrick is a classic oyster dish featuring bacon, garlic and worcestershire sauce.
Tea Smoked Oysters
Lightly smoked in the shell with tea leaves for a couple of minutes on low heat
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