New Orleans Oyster Fritters

Delicious New Orleans Fritters
Delicious New Orleans Fritters

New Orleans Fritters Recipe

Here I'm going to teach you how to make delicious New Orleans Oyster Fritters. Oysters are a big part of the culinary lifestyle in the Big Easy. And there is nothing that tastes like delicious fresh Gulf of Mexico Oysters.

Your oysters don't have to come from the Gulf of Mexico to make this delicious New Orleans dish but you are going to need a fresh pint of oysters and the liquid that comes packed with them.

Its very important that when you deep fry your oyster fritters that you don't overcook them. You want them to turn out golden brown and the cooking oil you fry your oysters in needs to be at 350 degrees. As you fry your oyster fritters you can break one open once in a while to make sure they are getting done in the center.

For Your Oyster Fritters Your Going To Need.

1. 1 Cup Of Pancake Mix.

2. 1 Pint Of Oysters with their liquid.

3. 2 Heaping Tablespoons of Green Onions with tops chopped very fine.

4. 1 Teaspoon Of Baking Powder.

5. 1 Large Egg.

6. 1 Teaspoon Ground Cayenne Pepper.

7. Cooking Oil to cook your Oyster Fritters in.

First of all you will want to chop your oysters up fine in a food processor or blender. Be sure to save the liquid the oysters were packed in to go in the oyster fritters. Once you have chopped the oysters add all the ingredients 1-6 together and mix well in a large bowl.

You will want your cooking oil to be at about 350 degrees and you will want to fry your oyster fritters until they are golden brown.

Serve your oyster fritters with ranch dressing or cocktail sauce for a delicious tasty treat. I think you will find that most people will agree that these are some of the best oyster fritters they have ever tasted.

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Celiegirl 3 years ago

Thanks, i love battered seafood and i love oysters, so i'll have to try these.

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