Oysters Phillippe

| Sunday, August 14, 2011 | |
So this recipe has been in my family forever. I've only made them once myself (as I leave it to my dad to make them for me when I'm home - I'm spoiled like that). While they are likely HORRIBLE for your waistline (okay, not likely), your mouth will thank you!


Oysters Phillippe
Makes approx 18 oysters

(There are no measurements for these first ingredients because you are simply sprinkling them over the oysters)

Lemon Juice
Worcestershire Sauce
Butter (okay, so you can't really sprinkle this. Use about 1/8 t per oyster)
Garlic Powder
Parmesan Cheese
Bread Crumbs

** Use washed oyster shells or decorative shells that can be put in the oven. When using decorative shells, spray lightly with cooking spray for easy clean up. Put rock salt on the bottom of a baking dish to keep shells from tipping over**

1. Preheat broiler in oven. Place one raw oyster in each shell. Sprinkle with lemon juice, worcestershire sauce, butter, garlic powder, and parmesan cheese.

2. Broil oysters until they curl. Remove from  broiler and top with a heaping teaspoon of Phillippe's Dressing (see below). Sprinkle with bread crumbs and broil again until lightly brown and bubbly.

Phillippe's Dressing

8 oz cream cheese
4 oz bleu cheese
3/4 c mayonnaise (the original recipe calls for 1 c + 2 T of mayo, but start with 3/4 c and add more, a couple Tbsp at a time, if needed)
1 1/2 t worcestershire sauce

1. Mix all ingredients for dressing together with a hand mixer and leave lumpy.


ENJOY!!! These things are AMAZING! They're nice and creamy and very rich. They make great appetizers too!


Nutrition Info per oyster (approx): Calories: 180, Fat: 15g, Carbs: 5g, Fiber: 0g, Protein: 7g

1 comments:

Jasmine Marie Says:
August 14, 2011 at 3:06 PM

Mmm, those sound delicious!

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