If you're all about oysters in all ways, shapes and sizes, then this recipe roundup is just the one for you. We've got them raw and fried, roasted and baked. But first, make sure to learn how to shuck oysters with this handy tutorial from food blogger Country Cleaver. And this brief guide to oysters will get you up-to-date on how to choose them.
Fire up the grill, and make these grilled oysters with herb butter, because grilling is one of the best ways to cook these mollusks. Make sure to score some fresh, local oysters if possible.
As a traditional Thanksgiving side dish, try this oyster dressing at your next family get-together. Serve alongside ham or turkey for a true holiday meal.
A classic oyster preparation, these fried oyster po'boy sandwiches are the perfect summer treat.
We love ceviche for its ease of preparation, and this refreshing oyster ceviche is just what you would need after a hot summer day.
The flavor of sweet apples really balances the briny oysters in this baked oysters and apples recipe.
What do you get when you mix classic New Orleans cuisine with the traditional tacos of Mexico? These oyster po'boys with jalapeño remoulade — a treat for your palate.
Easy grilled oysters with herbed garlic butter is the simplest oyster preparation but the most perfect one for summer cookouts.
Keep it simple, and make some fried oysters to snack on before your cookout is ready.
Angels on horseback, also known as bacon-wrapped oysters with horseradish, are the perfect retro-style party snack.
It's a party when you have this oyster shooters recipe ready to go.
We're loving these buttermilk fried oysters with caper aioli, because we know what buttermilk does to seafood — it tenderizes it and makes it delicious. Plus, a caper aioli sounds like the perfect dipping sauce.
Oysters Rockefeller is a classic oyster preparation and a must for any seafood party.
A unique root vegetable soup, this salsify oyster bisque is a comforting recipe for chilly summer nights.
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