Baked Oysters - A Holiday Tradition
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Baked Oysters - A Holiday Tradition
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:06:16 AM. Recipe ID 31680. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Baked oysters - a holiday tradition
 Categories: Casseroles, Christmas, Seafood, Side dishes
      Yield: 12 Servings
      2    Sleeves Saltine Crackers;
      3 cn Whole Oysters; Drained,
           -reserve liquid
      1    Stick Butter Or Margarine;
           Evaporated Milk; Approx 1/2
           -To 2/3 Cup
           Black Pepper; to taste
  Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Into large bowl, combine crackers,
  drained oysters, melted butter and black pepper to taste. Stir gently
  till well mixed. Add evaporated milk to reserved oyster liquid to
  make 2 cups. Pour into cracker-oyster mixture, stir gently to mix
  well. Spoon mixture into greased casserole dish ( I use my deep
  "French White" Pyrex casserole dish). Pour enough milk over mixture
  to make it "soupy". Milk should be to top of mixture. Bake at 350
  degrees for 30-40 minutes until "puffed" and lightly browned.
  (This dish is better too moist than it is too dry. It has taken me
  several attempts to get this right because I thought I was adding too
  much milk to it. It was always turning out too dry until I let go of
  my fear of making it too "soupy". I hardly ever get it to turn out
  exactly the same every time, but at least it's not too dry anymore!!!)
  Notes: It just isn't Thanksgiving or Christmas w/o Mom's Baked
  Oysters!! This is my absolute favorite holiday dish. I AM thinking of
  modifying it the next time by adding about 1/2 cup of thinly sliced,
  Shared by Karen Coe on 11-26-1997

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Recipe ID 31680 (Apr 03, 2005)

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