Roy’s Hibachi Grilled Oysters

Tasty oysters done the easy way!

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Recipe

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Recipe CategoriesFish & Seafood

Ingredients

3dozenfresh oysters

Citrus-Soy Sauce

1⁄2Cupshoyu
1⁄4Cupmirin
1eachMaui onion, diced
1⁄4Cuprice vinegar
1Tablespoondashi powder
3eachlemons (juiced)
2eachlimes (juiced)
1eachorange (juiced)
1⁄4Teaspoontogarashi or shichimi spice
1eachgreen onion, chopped
1eachsesame seeds, roasted

Instructions

Citrus-Soy Sauce

  1. Place shoyu, mirin, onion and vinegar in a blender and pureé until onion is finely chopped.
  2. Pour into a bowl and stir in dashi, juices and togarashi spice.

Oysters

  1. When choosing fresh oysters, make sure the shells are tightly closed. For best results, purchase oysters that will be grilled the same day.
  2. Preheat grill, hibachi or broiler. If using wood or charcoal let the coals burn down to medium-low heat.
  3. Place oysters on grill, hibachi or under broiler.
  4. When oysters pop open, remove from heat and discard the top shell. Cooking time will be about 3-5 minutes, but may vary depending on heat source.
  5. Discard any oysters that don’t open.
  6. Spoon Citrus-Soy Sauce over the oysters.
  7. Garnish with finely chopped green onions and sesame seeds. Serve immediately.

Note: Togarashi spice, also known as shichimi, is a mixture of 7 seasonings. These may include various amounts of ground red pepper, sesame seeds, nori, dried citrus peel, poppy seeds, hemp seeds and sansho, a peppery dried berry. Both togarashi and shichimi may be found in the Asian section of select Foodland, Sack N Save and Foodland Farms stores.

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