|Nutritional Guidelines (per serving)|
These smoked oysters will disappear instantly after they are served. They come out of the smoker ready to eat with a hint of smoke complementing the brine. But you can certainly add some cocktail sauce or gremolata if you wish. These are even easier to make using a stove-top smoker.
- 8 - 12 fresh, live oysters
Set up your smoker or stove-top smoker according to its directions.
Add oysters, cover, and smoke for 15 to 20 minutes until oysters open.
Variations and Pairings
Eat the smoked oysters plain or try one or two different mignonette sauces. Toss a few pomegranate seeds on top of each for a unique texture and sweetness. Pair smoked oysters with a bit heavier wine than you would raw oysters. A heavily-oaked Chardonnay, an extra dry champagne (a bit sweeter with almond overtones), or a Rose with more weight would suit these oysters well.