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Oyster Soup Recipe Using Boiled In Water Canned

Discussion in 'Recipes' started by Birdie, Feb 2, 2016.

  1. Birdie

    Birdie Member

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    I've had this can or tin of whole oysters boiled in water for a while. And I keep bringing it out of the cupboard, putting it on the kitchen counter, and in a few days putting it away because I never want to fix and eat them.

    Today, decided to look up a recipe and plan to make it even if I am not in the mood.
    So, here is the recipe which I modified from Gastronomique:

    Oysters a la rhetaise
    My 8 oz can of oysters.
    Juice and oysters into saucepan. Chopped shallot. Small knob butter.

    Reduce by 1/2. Add light cream 1 tablespoon? Pinch saffron. 1/2 tsp curry powder approx.
    Recipe says to add cayenne, but it's a nightshade so not for me. I have my own nightshade free curry pow.
    Blend and reduce. Drops lemon juice.

    I'll take the oysters out at the beginning (when they are warm) since they are already cooked and this recipe is for raw ones.

    This is supposed to make 4 servings but it is a tiny can. We'll see how it goes. I don't know if anybody else has trouble eating them. I like the idea and want to eat them but as I said it's been hard for me.
     
  2. Blossom

    Blossom Moderator

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    Thanks for the recipe Birdie.
     
  3. CoolTweetPete

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    Thanks for this. I tried a similar idea last night and it came out great. Here is what I used.

    1 quart half and half
    1/4 stick butter
    2 small shallots
    1 can oysters
    1/2 cup preboiled (4 hours) portabello mushrooms
    pink salt

    Cook shallots in butter until tender, and add mixture to half and half in pot over medium-high heat, brought almost to a boil, and added oysters, salt, and mushrooms. Garnished with shredded mozarella.
     
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