Dwayne made this Bloody Mary while staying at Nongsa Point Marina, Batam (Indonesia) when we had Gary and Libby (SV Aquarius) aboard for drinks. Libby and I were real pirates and drank rum while the ‘girls’ I mean the skippers had Bloody Marys.
I have since asked Dwayne how he made his Bloody Mary and this is it….
To a glass he added ice cubes and then poured over vodka and tomato juice. Added a dash of Tobasco sauce and some freshly ground black pepper.
Another yummy oyster feed made with oysters plucked from the rocks in QLD.
Bloody Mary Oyster Shots
I popped a fresh oyster into each shot glass and added about half a shot of vodka to each glass. Then I added tomato juice and a couple of dashes of tabasco sauce.
Salt and Pepper Oysters with a Tomato Caper Salsa
For the salsa
I mixed finely chopped tomato and capers and refrigerated it until needed.
For the oysters
I mixed a small amount of cornflour with freshly ground salt and black pepper. I lightly coated the oysters and deep fried them for 1 – 2 minutes.
I put the oysters in ceramic Chinese soup spoons and topped each oyster with the salsa.
Grilled Oysters with Mirin, Soy and Chilli
For the mirin and soy dressing
I mixed one tablespoon of mirin with one tablespoon of soy.
To cook and serve
I put an oyster in each shell (I use odd shells I have collected) and added a bit of the dressing and topped each oyster with a couple of slices of chilli. Then I grilled the oysters for 1 – 2 minutes.