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How to make it

  • Combine cornmeal, flour, seasonings and salt
  • Dredge oysters in cornmeal mixture.
  • Fry oysters at 375 degrees until oysters float to the top and are golden brown; drain well on a paper bag or paper towel.
  • Transfer to serving platter and garnish with parsley and lemon wedges.
  • Yeild: 2 dozen.
  • Texas Dust is a seasoning that is made here in the Valley, a mix of chile powder, cumin and other seasonings. If you are intrested I can post the web site.
  • Enjoy

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  • dvilleoysters 4 years ago
    The Best Chesapeake Bay Oysters are grown on our Rappahannock family farm!

    Quality & Sustainability
    www.deltavilleoystercompany.com
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  • bigstmpr 6 years ago
    i think i would like this recipie as much as my fried oyster recipie. got to try it.
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  • amyo6 6 years ago
    Will you be sharing what is Texas Dust and where you get if from?
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  • albrightt 7 years ago
    Do you find that the salty taste is gone when using the packaged oysters?
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  • linebb956 7 years ago
    The Texas Dust is from a local Valley company called Serendipity of the Valley, they have a toll free number 1-800-420-8409. The ingredents are chili powder spices, salt garlic and Jalapeno powder. I love this stuff.
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    " It was excellent "
    zena824 ate it and said...
    Im wondering if Texas Dust is anything like Magic Dust... I have a recipe for that....I mix it up and put it in the deep freeze to keep it fresh..
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    " It was excellent "
    zena824 ate it and said...
    I love oysters too... This will make a good poboy......Thanks....
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  • dariana 7 years ago
    I love oysters and these sound so good!
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  • chefjeb 7 years ago
    This is a good fried oyster recipe. For two additional variations look at my Fried Oysters Three Ways, which includes the Ralph & Kakoos seafood restaurant chain's original version that soaks in buttermilk before dredging. Oyster fry oil must be hot. You're right 375 is minimum, or they will become greasy. And make a New Orleans Poboy The recipe is posted. In NO it's often called an oyster loaf. And try the shredded cabbage instead of lettuce...dynamite!
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