An Oyster Life (Blog) — Recipes
Fresh oregano and a lemony butter sauces elevate these fried oysters in this easy recipe from Garlic & Zest. Fried oysters are great in a po-boy or on their own. For this recipe, you can use our jarred oysters or shuck them yourself. Ingredients: 12 WhiteStone oysters shucked 2 cups flour 3 large eggs whipped 2 tablespoons half and half 1/2 cup asiago grated 1/2 cup parmigiana Reggiano grated 1 cup panko breadcrumbs 2 teaspoons fresh oregano finely chopped 1/2 teaspoon black pepper pinch crushed red pepper 3 lemons divided 1 tablespoon lemon juice 1/4 cup parsley chopped pinch oregano finely chopped 1/2 cup salted butter 1 inch olive oil in the bottom of the pan Recipe: Set up a dredging station with 3 shallow bowls or dishes: 1st bowl is flour, 2nd bowl is egg and...
Need something new to serve this upcoming holiday season? Deviled oysters are just as easy as deviled eggs and the beautiful shells can make an incredible statement. This savory and flavorful dish is sure to be a conversation starter. Try your own with this recipe from New England Today. Ingredients: 1 cup kosher salt 3 tablespoons (approx.) water 24 fresh oysters 6 tablespoons unsalted butter, divided 1/2 cup minced onion 1 teaspoon chili powder 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce 1 tablespoon chopped parsley Dash freshly ground black pepper 2 large eggs, beaten 1/2 cup cracker crumbs (such as saltines) Steps: Preheat...
Oyster casserole is a classic that’s graced southern tables for decades. This delicious variation from Southern Living uses Whitestone oysters in a creamy parmesan cheese sauce, dressed with breadcrumbs. It’s perfect for the holidays, a potluck or as a way to feed the family something a little different during the week. Ingredients 5 tablespoons salted butter, divide 1/4 cup chopped yellow onion 1/4 cup chopped green bell pepper 1/4 cup chopped celery 2 scallions, thinly sliced 1 teaspoon minced garlic 25-30 Whitestone Oysters, drained well 4 ounces fresh mushrooms, sliced (about 1 1/2 cups) 2 tablespoons all-purpose flour 1/2 cup...
The oyster shooter is a legend of its own. The versatile treat can be served as a fun appetizer, a chilling and energizing refreshment, a nightcap or as part of a larger seafood spread. How and when you choose to slurp is up to you, but this delicious recipe will ensure you get a perfect shooter every time. Ingredients: 1 raw WhiteStone Oyster 1 teaspoon cocktail sauce (commercial or homemade cocktail sauce) 1 tablespoon vodka Preparation: Gather the ingredients. Assemble your ingredients. How many oysters you need will depend on how many shooters you plan to make. Just note that you'll need...
Delicious, warm, cheesy baked oysters- simple is best. Pair this delicious recipe with some wine and a backyard fire on a cool spring evening for best results. Ingredients: Fresh oysters – Select 12-14 average-sized oysters or 16-20 small oysters. You can also use our jarred selects. Cream cheese Shredded white cheddar Crumbled bacon Chopped spinach Garlic Crushed red pepper Parmesan cheese Steps: How to Shuck Oysters: Place one oyster in a folded dish towel. Look for the natural hinge in the small end of the oyster. Insert the tip of an oyster shucking knife into the hinge and firmly dig and twist. Once the...
Fried oysters are delicious little flavor bombs hearkening southern culinary tradition and the flavors of their region. The best thing about frying oysters is the limitless combination of spices, oils, and breading that can be used to create a new style of fried oysters. We found 3 great recipes to start your fried oyster addiction and introduce you to the world of possibilities. Peanut Fried Oysters These traditional fried oysters rely on the flavors of peanut oil, buttermilk, hot sauce and paprika to create a savory and sweet final product. Serve with spicy remoulade. Ingredients Peanut oil, for frying...
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