In my humble opinion, the main requirement for fried oysters besides being very fresh, is that the oysters are crispy on the outside, like REALLY crispy! I have experimented with various techniques and recipes and believe the method below achieves the crispiest crust without having to deep fry. These are simple and easy and the whole recipe including sauce and frying time takes under 40 minutes.
Easy Recipes Inspired By My West Coast Kitchen Garden On Vancouver Island
With the weather cold, I’m gravitating to warm spices and comforting soups. This recipe starts with a versatile and easy homemade curry paste and is finished with coconut milk, stock and fish sauce for authentic south Asian flavour. The snapper is added minutes before serving and poured over a bowl of rice noodles and vegetable garnishes. Thick and rich, full of bright spice and herbal aromas, this soup is a comforting and satisfying meal in a bowl.
Happy Holidays! This year more than many others I am simplifying plans and focusing on quality time with my family and if time permits, a little downtime for myself. Whether you’re like me and working through most of the holidays or simply want to relax […]
Oyster stew is a traditional dish to have on Christmas Eve….on the East Coast of North America. I think it’s a great tradition and that we should adopt it here on the West Coast because we too have an abundance of these fresh and delicious […]
This week I am posting another Mexican style BC Seafood recipe, Tuna Ceviche using BC Albacore Tuna. This is the continuation of last weeks post which featured BC Pink Shrimp in a Mexican style shrimp cocktail. Together these make fabulous, fresh and healthy appetizers that are […]
This past weekend I lucked into an impromptu girls night and because it was last minute and everyone had been ridiculously busy with various things all week, we didn’t want to stress about dinner or do anything really time consuming, we all just needed to […]
I am going to start this by saying borscht is one of my favourite soups. For me, borscht is a comforting sweet and savory red beet soup, often with beef simmered until falling apart tender but there are many variations and I didn’t even realize […]
While out mushrooming recently, my husband found a real treasure, a cauliflower mushroom. We have found them before but it’s been awhile as they are not as prolific as many of the other mushrooms around here but the fun thing about them is that they […]