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Baked Parmesan Oysters

Baked Parmesan Oysters created by Parsley

Garlic and parmesan coat these rich jewels of the sea. Serve them as a first course to an elegant feast or enjoy them as a main course on a bed of pasta and wilted spinach

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  • Preheat oven 375°F Oil a 13x9x2-inch baking dish.
  • In a small bowl, combine olive oil and garlic.
  • In another bowl, combine crackers and Parmesan cheese.
  • Dip oysters into oil mixture then coat with crumb mixture until evenly coated.
  • Arrange in baking dish. Sprinkle with sherry and any remaining cracker mixture.
  • Bake for 12 to 15 minutes to brown.
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"Garlic and parmesan coat these rich jewels of the sea. Serve them as a first course to an elegant feast or enjoy them as a main course on a bed of pasta and wilted spinach"
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  1. IngridH
    If these had looked prettier, they would have earned 5 stars since you eat with your eyes first :). That said, the taste was really wonderful! Instead of crackers, I used panko, which gave them a wonderful crunch, even if they didn't brown very well. The timing in the recipe was perfect for me- at 15 minutes they were set enough to not be mushy, but still soft enough to not be rubbery. Usually I have oysters deep fried, so I don't eat them very often. I'm so glad to try a baked option- next time I think I'll try cooking them next time on a rack over a baking sheet to see if they'll brown a bit better.
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  2. Big John
    I really wanted to like these but they turned out rather poorly. I could not get them to crisp or even properly brown despite baking them longer than suggested. I recommend the use of a very shallow tray or cookie sheet if you want the best result.
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  3. Ravishing
    Terrible! Couldn't brown them in the baking dish. (Suggestion to use cookie sheet, perhaps.) Tasteless and mushy even after cooking them longer than recipe states.
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  4. cuppycakes
    Recipe #54328 is better
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  5. Deb G
    Delicious and easy. I used more a little more cheese and two cloves of garlic. My DH liked it even better than our usual way of preparing oysters. Thanks.
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