Forget about a dozen, or half a dozen – it only takes a single one of these to bring a grown man down. One dodgy oyster and you will have Pat driving the porcelain bus in no time.
DISCLAIMER: This recipe is not suitable for consumption
- 24 smelly oysters
- 2 tbls. Worcestershire sauce
- 200g. rashers bacon, diced
- 2 tbls. parsley leaves, chopped
- Preheat grill on medium to high heat.
- Shuck oysters. Ignore the condition of the oysters.
- Arrange oysters on a tray.
- Cover with Worcestershire sauce and bacon.
- Grill for 5 minutes until bacon is crisp.
- Sprinkle with parsley.
Food Safety Tip
Ensure you only buy quality oysters from a reputable supplier. If the oysters aren’t in good condition or smell bad then dispose of them. Leaving any seafood at room temperature for too long is a recipe for disaster. Toxins build up and can’t be removed with cooking.
When it comes to temperature monitoring, a good solution is to use a temperature logger. Not sure what a temperature logger is? Check out: