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But for every traditional oyster preparation, there's one less expected and just as tasty. Try them panneed, charbroiled or baked. Try oyster stew, oyster pie or Oysters Marie Laveaux. More than a third of the nation's oysters come from our waters, so it's no surprise that Louisiana oysters are showing up in great recipes and celebrated kitchens from coast to coast. Just when you thought you knew what to expect from the Louisiana oyster, it's time to expect the unexpected.
Dust them in corn meal, fry them up, and have them on French bread with mayonnaise, lettuce and tomato. Grill them over hot charcoals right in their shells topped with butter, garlic, Parmesan and a little parsley. However you decide to prepare them, you'll discover what the nation's best chefs have known for years that Louisiana oysters consistently add unmistakable character and flavor to any meal.
Unfortunately we do not offer nor ship oysters since they are highly perishable and cannot be shipped frozen. We suggest contacting the Louisiana Seafood Board for qualified suppliers.
Cajun Sweet & Sour Sauce is a deep, rich, sweet , and sour, that is versatile for any kind of grilling, dipping, or BBQ'ing. Award winning sauce used on Ribs for BBQ Competition- 1st Place Ribs. Sweet & Sour Pork Fingers or Country Style Ribs 1. Season 12 pieces of pork fingers with garlic and onion powder, red and black pepper, and salt. 2. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. 3. Line a large pan with aluminum foil and cover with non-stick spray. 4. Depending on oven, cook pork for about 55-70 minutes, turning every 15-20 minutes. 5. When tender, baste all sides with a generous about of “Cajun Sweet and Sour Sauce”. 6. Return dish to oven for 5-10 minutes, until sauce caramelizes. Learn More