Oysters Rockefeller is the perfect way to serve oysters, especially if you are not fond of raw oysters. These are cooked and delicious.
Very simple to make, this oyster recipe does not have specific quantities.
See notes below in the "Did You Know?" section.
6 oysters per serving
Cream the butter with the onion juice, parsley, salt, cayenne, bacon, spinach and bread crumbs. Season the oysters with salt and pepper, then cover them with the butter mixture.
Place the shells on baking sheets covered with a layer of rock salt. Bake for 10 minutes or until plump. Turn the oven to broil. Place the oysters under the broiler to brown and serve at once.
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Did You Know?...
The onion juice, salt and cayenne are used in small quantities to suit your taste.
The minced bacon, puréed spinach and chopped parsley in this recipe are added in fairly equal amounts.
Add enough butter to cream them all together well.
Then add enough bread crumbs to hold it all together but still keep the mixture moist.
You can easily adjust it to however many oysters you are making.
Knit with tiny, interlocking metal links and designed to fit either hand, this mesh glove is intended for use with oysters but would be suitable for any operation that requires hand protection—such as boning or filleting meat or fish, or even just slicing bagels.
One Size Oyster Glove
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