Charbroiled Oysters – Chargrilled Oysters – Better than Oysters Rockefeller – Low Carb Keto Seafood

Charbroiled Oysters – Chargrilled Oysters – Better than Oysters Rockefeller – Low Carb Keto Seafood

July 27, 2019 12 By William Morgan


Welcome all! Papa G here. Today I present
charbroiled oysters. This New Orleans
classic recipe has been around for a
while and is traditionally cooked on a
grill or under a broiler on the
half-shell.
I’m going to show you how to make this
low carbohydrate, delicious, seafood delicacy from
your own kitchen. Let’s get started.
Begin by adding 8 tablespoons of
unsalted butter to a mixing bowl. Add
minced garlic; salt; ground black pepper;
cayenne pepper; and some dried oregano.
Mix until the garlic and spices are
fully incorporated into the butter. Line
a standard baking sheet with some
aluminum foil, and if you aren’t sucking
your own oysters, or have access to
oyster shells, these handy little
clam shell tins work perfectly. They’re
the perfect size, and even have a flat
bottom for stability. Place the shells on
the foil. Place one oyster in each shell.
Now there are two methods of thought
when it comes to cooking the oysters –
with the oyster juice, or without. Here’s
my take. If you’re shucking your own
oysters, use the juice. If you’re buying
your oysters already shucked from a
container at your local store,
I recommend draining the oysters and not
using the juice. These were freshly
shucked so I’m keeping the juice with
the oysters. Evenly distribute the spiced
garlic butter over the top of each. Place
the oysters in the middle of a preheated
450°F oven for seven minutes. While
the oysters are baking, combine a half a
cup each of grated Romano and Parmesan
cheese, and add two tablespoons of
chopped fresh parsley. Give a mix to
incorporate.
After seven minutes, remove the oysters
from the oven and generously top each of
the oysters with the cheese, Place the
oysters back in the oven and bake an
additional five to seven minutes, or
until the cheese begins to brown. Let
cool just a bit. Serve hot with some
lemon wedges, and enjoy! There you have it folks!
My charbroiled oysters recipe. A great
way to enjoy a wonderful low carbohydrate
seafood classic. I hope you enjoyed this
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Thanks for watching and I’ll see you next time!