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24 delicious ways with oysters

Achieve that glamorous cocktail party atmosphere at home by serving up a beautiful platter of oysters at your next do. Shuck your oysters and display their gorgeous shells on a bed of ice for everyday extravagance with minimal effort. So, whether you prefer them steamed, fried or raw, our easy recipes for oysters will instantly give your next feast a gourmet touch.
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    Oysters with pickled lemon

    Oysters always make a wonderful starter or shared platter for parties, try serving up half natural and half dressed with our pickled lemon dressing.

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    Oysters with two dressings

    These fresh and fragrant dressings match up with oysters beautifully. Indeed, any remaining dressing can be served over grilled fish, or prawns, if you like.

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    Asian oysters

    This beautiful dish is a great starter to impress at your next dinner party.

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    Oysters with mirin and wasabi

    Fire up your oysters with a shot of mirin and fierce wasabe. Finely chopped cucumber adds a cool edge to this spicy little concoction. Great as a starter, or for handing round a platter with a difference at a party.

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    Oysters with lime dressing

    Dress up these fresh oysters with a citrus zing and, for a real Thai flavour, an added chilli burst sure to have guests reaching for more.

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    Oysters with spicy dressing

    These spicy oysters are sure to win over your guests at a barbeque or cocktail party. You can make the spicy dressing in the morning and dress the oysters just prior to serving.

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    Oysters with lime and coriander

    Bright, light and fresh, these lime and coriander oysters make a great starter or shared platter for a party.

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    Oysters with two dressings

    These fresh and fragrant dressings match up with oysters beautifully. Indeed, any remaining dressing can be served over grilled fish, or prawns, if you like.

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