Rich Oyster stew

Rich Oyster stew

Today I went to the fish market to pick up some fresh seafood for a event that I and while I was there I came across some nice looking Oysters the first thing that came to my mind was stew its winter
Today I went to the fish market to pick up some fresh seafood for a event that I and while I was there I came across some nice looking Oysters the first thing that came to my mind was stew its winter | Source

Rich Oyster stew

Today while I was at the fish market and I came across some fresh Oysters and they looked so good I had to have them and the first thing that came across my was a stew a simple but tasty Oyster stew and that's what I did I made the stew here is the recipe for you to try,

Rich Oyster Stew

Ingredients

1 pint of cream

1/2 of pint milk

1 1/2 pints oysters with oyster liquor

1 pinch of sea salt

1 pinch of freshly ground black pepper

cayenne pepper

4 or more tablespoons of butter

Methods

Heat four good-sized bowls.


Using a heavy bottom sauce pan heat the cream, milk and oyster liquor until barely boiling. Add salt and black pepper to taste and a touch of cayenne.

Add the oysters and bring just to the boiling point again. In each hot bowl, place a good-sized piece of butter-at least a tablespoon. Ladle the stew into the bowls and serve and enjoy.

I really love to eat this tasty oyster stew with some hot crunchy French bread.


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My Cook Book 2 years ago from India

Wow yummy...


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sallieannluvslife 2 years ago from Eastern Shore

We live near the Chesapeake Bay on the Eastern Shore of Maryland and the oysters here are the best sweet little oysters you can eat....they would be delicious in this stew!


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Handicapped Chef 2 years ago from Radcliff Ky Author

sallieannluvslife you must get some soon and give me some feed back

thank you so much my cook book


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sallieannluvslife 2 years ago from Eastern Shore

Hi Handicapped Chef...well, I bought some oysters and made your stew....it was sinfully delicious. The only things I did different were to use Hungarian paprika in place of the cayenne...and a little bit less butter...I could indulge in a bowl of this stew, pretty much, every day, especially the cold, raw winter days we have been having. AWESOME RECIPE!!


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Handicapped Chef 2 years ago from Radcliff Ky Author

Sallieannluvslife so glad you like my stew and my mother said the same about the butter put the next time i make it i am going to try the hungarian paprika


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VVanNess 2 years ago from Prescott Valley

I've never had an oyster that I enjoyed, but I definitely know a great recipe when I see one. I bet this is delicious!


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cmoneyspinner1tf 2 years ago from Austin, Texas

Tweeted this! #HappyHubDay!


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blueheron 2 years ago from Odessa, MO

Oyster stew is marvelous!


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blueheron 2 years ago from Odessa, MO

I usually add a few chopped scallions and a little parsley.


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Handicapped Chef 2 years ago from Radcliff Ky Author

cmoneyspinner1tf thank you for the comments and blueheron the scallions sound really good to me also i must try that.


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torrilynn 2 years ago

I like all types of stew and I can't wait to try this sooner rather than later. Thanks! Voted up

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