Baked Oysters Recipe

Grilled oysters (baked oysters) – oyster on the half shell with garlic, butter, parsley and paprika. Juicy, briny and crazy delicious Bon Appetit.

Baked Oysters Recipe

Baked Oysters Recipe

Grilled oysters (baked oysters) – oyster on the half shell with garlic, butter, parsley and paprika. Juicy, briny and crazy delicious Bon Appetit. 

Awesome 2 recipes, ingredients. Oysters are plentiful and affordable in the United States. We’re blessed with fresh, live, big, fat, and succulent oysters all year long from the east coast and west coast.

I love them any which way. Usually we eat them raw, but sometimes I crave a cooked oyster, like… or a really light Oyster Stew. I was in the mood to create something different with the oysters. I opened the fridge and saw that we had 3 pieces of leftover bacon from breakfast, and voila – this recipe was born!

It’s so delectable the way the ingredients all meld together with the oysters and oyster juice. Be sure to get a great loaf of crusty bread to fully enjoy this dish!

Cook’s Note:

The secret trick about shucking oysters is to have the “flatter” side of the oyster facing you, then start at the hinge of the oyster (the pointed end of the oyster). Insert an oyster knife or a small knife at the hinge, twist the knife a few times and pop the shell open.

Ingredients: 1 Recipe

Ingredients: 2 Recipe

Instructions:

1. METHOD. In a small bowl, mix the butter, parmesan, bacon, garlic, shallot, parsley, oregano, black pepper and paprika.

2. Set aside Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Shuck the oysters and place on a baking sheet. Top each oyster with the butter mixture, dividing evenly among the oysters until it is all used.

3. Bake in the oven for 15 minutes, until bubbly.

4. Place the oysters on a serving plate and be sure to put all the leftover juice on the plate, as well (for bread dipping!) Garnish with fresh parsley and lemon wedges, if desired.

5. Serve with hot crusty bread. Enjoy immediately.

Bon Appétit