Oysters – Natural with Lime juice & Wasabi sauce
Ensure the oysters are fresh or totally unfrozen, I sit them out covered with a cloth so the flies don’t get to them, or put them in the fridge till serving time.
Use either fresh lime or lime juice, I squeeze the fresh lime and let the pulp go onto the oyster, or if not fresh lime I will put a soup spoon of juice onto the oyster. Squeeze the wasabi tube and use a knife to cut it and lay it onto the oyster. Place on a plate of salt or on an oyster serving tray I have one of these, from any good home wares store, easy to clean and keeps the oysters from spilling over.
Robyn’s Oyster Kilpatrick
I prefer oysters in Kilpatrick sauce and living remotely I needed to make my own Kilpatrick sauce as we have no restaurants within 200km who serve them,so here goes.
I put the oysters under a low grill whilst preparing the sauce. I chop bacon or sliced ham and saute the meat in a fry pan till just cooked.
Use 1 tablespoon of BBQ sauce and 1 tablespoon of Worcestershire sauce mix together add more of either depending upon the flavour.
Put i teaspoon of combined sauce on the oysters under the grill cook for 1 minute or till it bubbles, add the bacon or ham or what ever you want and cook for further 2 minutes.
(if you want a real unusual flavour – sprinkle with parmesan cheese and grill till golden)