Recipe by Paige B
"My family loves this recipe and begs me to make it every Thanksgiving and Christmas. Serve it with turkey, ham, duck or goose - it tastes great with any type of holiday meal. If you like green pepper, you may want to add 1/4 cup to this dish."
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shelled oysters, drained
crushed buttery round crackers
butter or margarine, melted
Not only was this the most complimented dish at my Thanksgiving table last year, it is the one dish that I can't stop thinking about for this year! It is so good, it even beats my own mother's recipe. I really love this dish. Totally worth the cost of the oysters! Yum!
I made this recipe as a side dish - it has great flavor but is a little wet. I had to cook it about 10 minutes longer in order for it to dry out.
Made this for Thanksgiving and Christmas last year and will be making it again this year. I had to double it because it went so fast.
The taste was there but it was runny and just didn't seem like a dressing. I thought it was a waste of expensive oysters. To salvage the dish I had to pull them out and put them in a seasoned batter and flash fry them.
Two chef's in the family & both asked for the recipe, will make this often, not just holidays
it was "trying" to taste good, but just didnt do it for me, i followed it to the tee, i think its me, i didnt like the worshire sauce taste, mixed with the oysters.
This was soooo good! I'm making it again with roasted chicken four days after thanksgiving. I find that you must use eastern oysters, I made it with both pacific and eastern, the eastern made a huge difference
My paternal grandmother and then mom, made this every Christmas eve dinner since I was a little girl. We didn't add Worcestershire sauce so I'll have to try that. Sadly my mom passed away this year so I'll be carrying on the tradition. After reading a few recipes here, I'm going to use this as the base and add, celery, onion and some poultry seasonings.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Give Me Seconds Oyster Dressing
Serving Size: 1/10 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 10
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 222
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