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St. George Island Roasted Oysters

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St. George Island Roasted Oysters
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St. George Island Roasted Oysters

Added by: on Aug 2nd, 2011
In 2001, we rented a house on St. George Island which is near the thirty-mile, shallow oyster paradise known as Apalachicola on the Florida panhandle. Dom bought a bail of oysters which we stored in one of the bath tubs with 25 pounds of ice. When we had eaten as many raw oysters as we could, Dom .. more >
Rating:
5
Prep Time:
5 min
Cook Time:
10 min
Ready In:
15 min

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Original Recipe Yield: 2-4 servings
 

Ingredients:

  • 6-12 raw (Apalachicola) oysters, shucked on the half shell
  • 1 cup panko bread crumbs (or freshly grated bread)
  • 2 cloves of garlic, minced
  • 1 tablespoon fresh parsley, chopped
  • * Favorite hot sauce
Nutrition Facts
St. George Island Roasted Oysters

Servings Per Recipe: 2

Amount Per Serving

Calories: 240

  • Total Fat: 3.6 g
  •     Saturated Fat: 0.9 g
  •     Trans Fat: 0 g
  • Cholesterol: 16.8 mg
  • Sodium: 432.5 mg
  • Total Carbs: 41.1 g
  •     Dietary Fiber: 2.6 g
  •     Sugars: 3.7 g
  • Protein: 9.9 g
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Directions:

1

Preheat convection oven to 400F.

2

Melt butter in a small pan and add garlic. Cook for a minute then add bread crumbs and parsley and stir to mix.

3

Place oysters on a cookie sheet and add approximately 1 tablespoon of bread crumbs per oyster. Place oysters in the oven and cook until bread crumbs are well browned.

Cooks' note:
Serve with your favorite hot sauce and enjoy!

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