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Tropical Storm Oysters

EricEric Posts: 83
edited 12:10PM in Seafood
Ingredients
• 12+ oysters, fresh shucked
• 1 stick butter- soft, salted
• 2  Cloves garlic
• 1 Tbs chives- dried or fresh
• 1 white onion- med or small
• 1 Oz chopped smoked sausage- pre cooked
• 2 Tbs parmasean (sp?) cheese
• 1 Oz vodka

InstructionsShuck oysters, save as much juice as possible, place on tray w/ rock salt (to keep oysrets up right). When out of rock salt, I use an old muffin tin- the openeings allow for a perfect place to balance the shell.Mix all ingredients togeather (except vodka and sausage and cheese) place a dot of the mix on the oysters, fill the shell w/vodka and any oyster juice that you saved, sprinkle w/ cheese, put 1-2 pieces of chopped sausage on top.Heat BGE to 350-400 deg. (add wood chips for a more smokey flavor if you like- I do).Cook direct for 4-6 min (bigger oysters longer time)Serve hot, eat them just like raw ones, slurp the juice- it is the best part.NotesSome people like crackers and cocktail suace w/ them but I like liquid bread....a beer.Number of Servings: Time to Prepare:

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  • Ingredients

    • 12+ oysters, fresh shucked• 1 stick butter- soft, salted • 2  Cloves garlic• 1 Tbs chives- dried or fresh• 1 white onion- med or small• 1 Oz chopped smoked sausage- pre cooked• 2 Tbs parmasean (sp?) cheese• 1 Oz vodkaInstructions

    Shuck oysters, save as much juice as possible, place on tray w/ rock salt (to keep oysrets up right). When out of rock salt, I use an old muffin tin- the openeings allow for a perfect place to balance the shell.Mix all ingredients togeather (except vodka and sausage and cheese) place a dot of the mix on the oysters, fill the shell w/vodka and any oyster juice that you saved, sprinkle w/ cheese, put 1-2 pieces of chopped sausage on top.Heat BGE to 350-400 deg. (add wood chips for a more smokey flavor if you like- I do).Cook direct for 4-6 min (bigger oysters longer time)Serve hot, eat them just like raw ones, slurp the juice- it is the best part.Notes

    Some people like crackers and cocktail suace w/ them but I like liquid bread....a beer.Number of Servings:

    Time to Prepare:

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