Ingredient: cloves garlic

chargrilled_oyster_pasta

Chargrilled Oyster Pasta

Chargrilled Oyster Pasta

Oyster lovers know that chargrilled oysters are a special treat. Even folks that do not like roaster oysters admit to liking them chargrilled.  It is a lot less time consuming than setting up an oyster roast and the clean up is quick and easy.

Savor the last few weeks of the oyster season with this simple yet flavor-full Chargrilled Oyster Pasta dish. Don’t forget to read the tip and option suggestion at the end. Also, please share your seafood culinary successes with us via FacebookInstagram or Twitter.

Serves two.

Recipe Credit: Kevin Lynch
Photo Credit: closetcooking.com

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Chargrilled Oyster Pasta
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Servings
2 people
Servings
2 people
chargrilled_oyster_pasta
Chargrilled Oyster Pasta
Print Recipe
Servings
2 people
Servings
2 people
Instructions
  1. Start cooking the pasta as directed on package and when done drain reserving some of the water that the pasta was cooked in.
  2. Meanwhile, melt the butter in an oven-safe pan over medium heat until frothing, add the garlic and cook until fragrant, about a minute, add the seafood stock, lemon juice, Worcestershire sauce, oysters, simmer until the oysters curl, about a minute, remove from heat and season with salt, pepper, and cayenne to taste and mix in the parsley.
  3. Tip: Save the oyster juices and place them in the pasta along with the seafood stock. Option: Add a few drops of liquid smoke for the smoky chargrilled flavor.
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Caribbean Grilled Fish Marinade Recipe
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Gene Long, the owner of Motts Channel Seafood, has been enjoying this recipe for Caribbean Grilled Fish Marinade Recipe for many years. It is great for locally caught grouper or swordfish (which of course you can purchase here at Motts Channel Seafood). He recommends marinating the fish steaks at least one hour before grilling. Serves six.
Servings
6 fillets
Servings
6 fillets
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Caribbean Grilled Fish Marinade Recipe
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Gene Long, the owner of Motts Channel Seafood, has been enjoying this recipe for Caribbean Grilled Fish Marinade Recipe for many years. It is great for locally caught grouper or swordfish (which of course you can purchase here at Motts Channel Seafood). He recommends marinating the fish steaks at least one hour before grilling. Serves six.
Servings
6 fillets
Servings
6 fillets
Ingredients
Servings: fillets
Instructions
  1. Combine all ingredients - shake well
  2. Marinate fish steaks at least one hour before grilling
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