Ingredients

How to make it

  • Preheat over to 400 degrees.
  • Drain oysters well.
  • Generously grease a shallow 1 1/2-quart casserole dish.
  • Sprinkle half of the cracker crumbs over the bottom.
  • Lay half of the oysters on top of the crumbs,
  • then sprinkle with half of the onions, parsley, lemon juice, salt, pepper and Worcestershire sauce.
  • Dot generously with butter and pour on half of the cream and milk. Repeat layers but save the remaining crumbs for the top.
  • Add a dash of Tabasco if desired before covering with the crumbs. Dust the top with paprika, using enough to make it really red.
  • Bake for 35 minutes. Serve hot.
  • Makes 6 servings.

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  • dvilleoysters 3 years ago
    The Best Chesapeake Bay Oysters are grown on our Rappahannock family farm!

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    www.deltavilleoystercompany.com
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  • cassyc52 5 years ago
    Thanks so much for this recipe. I love oysters and will eat them almost anyway they are prepared. This one will be added to my repertoire!
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  • wdsdy 6 years ago
    Yum!!! This a keeper! Thanks!
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    " It was excellent "
    cheryilyn ate it and said...
    This sounds great.
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  • martinichef 6 years ago
    Will try this one for sure!
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  • zena824 6 years ago
    This sounds good...
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  • chefjeb 6 years ago
    This is a dynamite recipe and is classic New Orleans. One suggestion. Try Louisiana (or Crystal-brand) Hot Sauce in place of the Tabasco. Tabasco inserts a flavor that sometimes masks the goodness of the other ingredients. Anythng with cream and butter has got to be good.
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  • helewes 7 years ago
    It's a very simple rhubarb crumble. Put it in the search engine at the site and it ( their recipe will) pop up. I grow rhubarb here in NW NJ...the leaves are toxic but the root is great. My husband dislikes rhubarb anything. So you have an Aunt Mabel...My grandmother was a Mabel, My Mother-in law was a Mabel, and I have a sister-in-law named Mabel. Must have once upon a time been a quite popular name....Like Jennifer ;>)
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  • misstracyflick 7 years ago
    Ah Rhubarb... a favorite fruit of mine, though I think you have to be careful with the leaves? My mother still makes a wicked rhubarb crumble, I must quiz her for the recipe. Is Piggs 'barb crumble a variation - I've never heard of it?
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  • helewes 7 years ago
    I've made a few pies. I tried thepiggs Rubarb crumble and also their rhubarb muffin...both I might add were great
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  • misstracyflick 7 years ago
    I don't know much about oysters except my mother says they make you feel all funny. However, I do have an Aunt Mabel in England. She loves pies - do you make any pies?
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    " It was excellent "
    donnaja1231 ate it and said...
    I love oysters. But hardly eat them. It's funny I was thinking the other day that I need to get some. This might do the trick.
    Thank you.
    Donna A.
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