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legend_018 02-18-2008 02:17 PM

What do I do with whole boiled oysters?
ok, I bought them because they have a lot of iron in them. However, I don't even know if I'll like them "lol". It's called All Natural Whole Boiled Oysters in water by Ace of Diamonds.

Without getting too fancy, how can I prepare these? I suppose I could try eating them plain, but anything else I can do with them? Once again...without getting too fancy. I'm also looking to keep calories down.

I do like seafood, and for new years eve, we had clams (that were shucked from the beach). I was never too too crazy about clams, but I will eat them.

kitchenelf 02-18-2008 02:21 PM

Give your oysters a quick saute in a bit of butter to curl the edges. Add some low fat evaporated milk and a bit of low fat milk. Salt, pepper, paprika. That is a basic, lower fat, oyster stew and very good! The evaporated milk gives a certain richness without the calories.

You could also look up a recipe for oysters rockefeller - you don't have the shells, but you could alter the recipe to keep it lower fat and just heat in a casserole dish.

legend_018 02-18-2008 03:53 PM

Thanks I'll give that a try.

babetoo 02-18-2008 08:11 PM

scramble with eggs and cheese.

put in soup

use on a salad, i use smoked ones this way. if i don't eat em all . lol

can't think of anything else. good luck


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