Chef’s Quick Tip: Roasted oysters

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Jay LeBlanc, of the Knot Norm's Catering Company, shows Tina Redwine how to make roasted oysters.

Roasted Oysters

Ingredients:


1 dozen shucked oysters
1 stick of butter
2 lemons
Panko
Grated Parmesan
Fried onions or leeks
Chives

Method: 

Shuck your oysters And hold over ice

Add stick of butter into pan.. keep on a medium heat. Let it start to brown while gentle swirling the pan. Once lightly browned. Remove from heat .

Mix Panko / Grated Parmesan / fried onions

Take a large pinch and place over raw oysters. Cover entire oyster thinly.

Take one tea spoon of brown butter and place over oyster and panko mixture

Place in a convection oven set at 425

Cook time is approximately 3-5 min. Pull once lightly golden brown

Chop chives fine. Place over the top of cooked oyster

Cut lemon wedges and serve !

 

Contact: 

Jay LeBlanc
Knot Norm's Catering Company

10A First St., Norwalk, CT 06855

203.354.3194

https://www.knotnorms.com/

 

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