There are a lot of ways to prepare oysters. You may not have a lot of experience creating oysters in fun, new way. But, we have you covered with this Pacific Northwest recipe that will help you see and taste oysters with a fresh perspective.
Yaquina Bay Sandwich Of Oysters
If you are a fan of sandwiches that are open-faced, you should check out this oyster-filled Yaquina Bay Sandwich. With oysters that are extra-small, you can enjoy this deliciousness that is based in Newport, Oregon. Add in a little coleslaw and tartar sauce, and you should be good to go.
For this recipe, the prep time will take 25 minutes, while the cook time will only take you five minutes. In total, you will have four sandwiches that are worth your while. The oyster recipe calls for 12 ounces of oysters, one egg, one cup of evaporated milk, and a 1/4 teaspoon of black pepper and salt. Add in a little Tabasco sauce, one cup of yellow cornmeal and flour each, canola oil, four rolls, and four tablespoons of butter, and you will be good to go.
To get your party started, get your oven up to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Cut the rolls and butter them. Toast them in the oven between seven and eight minutes. Cover the rolls before you get to frying oysters.
With the help of a deep skillet, use medium heat and add some canola oil. Put in the oysters and cook in minimal oil. While they cook, whisk milk, the egg, salt, Tabasco, and pepper altogether. Use another bowl to put cornmeal and flour together. Place oysters in the liquid mixture first, then the flour mixture, and cover them completely.
As you pan-fry your oysters, get them nice and crispy. From there, you are ready to add them to your rolls, coleslaw, and tartar sauce.