Celebrating the holidays with friends and family at home is not complete without cooking a few celebratory dishes. However, if you want to host a big feast but don’t want to spend hours in the kitchen, this honey glazed pan-fried gold oyster recipe is a simple and elegant dish that is sure to impress. It is easy to make and has a great flavor.
蜜汁煎金蠔 Honey-Glazed Pan-Fried Gold Oysters
The oysters are full, juicy and shimmering with a golden color. The honey glaze adds a sweet and fragrant touch, making it a memorable and irresistible dish.
If raw oysters are like sliced beef sashimi and dried oysters are like beef jerky, then gold oysters are like well-aged steaks. The meat is full and juicy, and the flavor is concentrated and rich after being sun-dried. The sweet honey glaze adds an extra layer of flavor that will have you coming back for more. The aftertaste is also quite memorable, leaving a pleasant fragrance in your mouth.
This time we bought an extra large version of gold oysters from Kong Wing.
Each oyster is almost as high as a can of coke!
Before eating, the oysters should be stored in the freezer.
Take it out and thaw it at room temperature the night before eating.
After thawing, carefully remove the bamboo skewer and rinse the oysters.
Put on a steaming plate and spread some ginger on top.
Steam for 5 minutes
Take it out and whip dry the water.
Prepare a tablespoon of honey and add the water from steaming the oysters to make a sauce.
Heat the oil in a pan over medium heat and put the oysters in. Turn the heat to low and slowly fry with patience throughout the process.
After frying for about a minute, a crispy surface will be fried out. Flip it over and fry again.
Use a non-stick pan, otherwise you will be very heartbreaking if it gets burnt.
Add the honey sauce
wait for the sauce to thicken, then it’s done!
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