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Classic Seafood Recipes & Fish Recipes
Shellfish Recipes: Clams, Crab, Lobster, Oysters, Scallops & Shrimp

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OYSTER RECIPES

 Raw Oysters (1884)
 Oysters On Ice (1884)
 Broiled Oysters (1896)
 Oysters In Brown Sauce (1896)
 Cooked In The Shells (1884)
 Creamed Oysters (1884)
 Oysters in Crusts (1884)
 Curried Oysters (1845)
 Devilled Oysters (1896)
 Fricasseed Oysters (1884)
 Oyster Fricassee (1896)
 Fried Oysters (1851)
 Fried Oysters (1884)
 Oyster Fritters (1851)
 Oysters and Macaroni (1896)
 Oyster Macaroni Croquettes (1896)
 Pickled Oysters (1851)
 Pickled Oysters
 Oyster Pie (1851)
 Pigs in Blankets (1884)
 Scalloped Oysters (1884)
 Scalloped Oysters (1896)
 Scolloped Oysters (1858)
 Scolloped Oysters (1851)
 Scalloped Oysters (1903)
 Smothered Oysters (1884)
 To Stew Oysters (1845)
 Stewed Oysters (1851)


Clam Recipes
Crab Recipes
Lobster Recipes
Scallop Recipes
Shrimp Recipes

FRIED OYSTERS
(Directions for Cookery, 1851)


Get the largest and finest oysters. After they are taken from the shell wipe each of them quite dry with a cloth.

Then beat up in a pan yolk of egg and milk, (in the proportion of two yolks to half a jill or a wine glass of milk,) and have some stale bread grated very fine in a large, flat dish.

Cut up at least half a pound of fresh butter in the frying-pan, and hold it over the fire till it is boiling hot.

Dip the oysters all over lightly in the mixture of egg and milk, and then roll them up and down in the grated bread, making as many crumbs stick to them as you can.

Put them into the frying-pan of hot butter, and keep it over a hot fire. Fry them brown, turning them that they may be equally browned on both sides.

If properly done they will be crisp, and not greasy.

Serve them dry in a hot dish, and do not pour over them the butter that may be left in the pan when they are fried.

Instead of grated bread you may use crackers finely powdered.
 

 

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