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This summer seems like it’s flown by so far. There’s been so much going on and so many places we’ve gone. We’ve visited family in Seattle, and friends in Portland. We’ve hit up some amusement parks in Idaho and been to horse shows a plenty. Some of our very favorite things though…the trips that summer wouldn’t be complete without, camping and a visit to the beach! We spent 4th of July weekend this year in Seaside, OR and let me tell you, the beach was beautiful and the weather perfect.
The kids played, mom shopped, and fireworks are still legal there so of course we had to partake in the shenanigans. We met up with some friends who were also in town for dinner one evening and let me tell you, leaving to come home with the sun shining and the waveS crashing was tough.
The glow of bonfires and fireworks in the moonlight…#stewardfamily2016 #ocean #seaside #fourthofjuly #beach
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We did get to enjoy one of our favorite seafood dishes while we were there – some grilled oysters. Now I know oyster shooters are popular, but this girl can’t do the raw thing. Grill them up with some garlic and butter and some El Yucateco® Green and Red Sauces and you’ve got something delicious on your hands.
Fact: I’m a hot sauce fanatic – I love it on pretty much anything. I’ve even been known to carry small bottles in my purse or luggage just in case. El Yucateco® is the #1 consumer choice for habanero sauce. It is a fun flavorful brand that we all love and becomes part of our every day life. I carry mine in my purse and take it camping, to a friends BBQ and to my favorite restaurant, but back to those oysters – they’re super easy to make so if you want to impress your friends, just go to your favorite grocer, pick up some El Yucateco® (they’re available pretty much everywhere but I usually pick mine up at Fiesta Foods), and then follow my lead here and end up with the best spicy grilled oysters ever!
2 doz. oysters (about 6 per person because not every single one will open up)
1/2 cup butter
1 tsp. garlic salt
1 tsp. parsley flakes
2 tbsp. El Yucateco® Green or Red Habanero Sauce
( The red sauce is made with fresh red habanero peppers, tomato, and select spices and seasonings and it is the perfect all purpose sauce for any dish)
While you’re getting the grill heated up. Take a small mixing bowl and mix your butter, garlic, hot sauce and parsley flakes together. Softened or room temperature butter will be best to mix it all together).
Once the grill has heated up, start throwing your oysters on there. As they heat up they’ll start to pop open – those are the good ones. If the shells don’t open those are the ones you’ll want to pass on because they’re likely not any good.
As the shells begin to open you’ll want to take an oyster knife (or any strong knife will do) and pry the top shell off. (I suggest wearing a leather glove on the hand you’ll be holding the oysters in because they’ll be HOT!). Once the top shells have been removed, place the oysters back on the grill and brush the butter and hot sauce mixture over each of them and allow them to cook for 3-5 more minutes – until the buttery liquid looks like its boiling. Then feel free to eat them right off the grill or in my case, add a little more El Yucateco® Red Chile Habanero sauce and then consume.
So now that you know what’s on your weekend grilling list, and you’ve decided which flavor of El Yucateco® hot sauces you need to re-stock on the shelves (or in your desk at work), let me know in the comments below what your fave recipe using hot sauce is. I’m happy to report that you also have a chance to win a one-of-a-kind custom designed surfboard, camping packages and MORE! Be sure to complete the entry form you saw earlier in this post and you may get to GO NATIVE! with El Yucateco® this summer!
Adriana Lopez saysJuly 12, 2016 at 10:21 am
Yummy those oysters really look good. Nothing like grilling fresh seafood. #client
Jason Nail saysJuly 13, 2016 at 12:11 am
Grilled oysters is one of my favorite ways to enjoy them. I usually have to suck down some raw ones while the others are cooking on the grill. The El Yucateco only makes them tastier.
Bites for Foodies saysJuly 13, 2016 at 5:02 am
I have to try these!! I love oysters but I’ve only ever eaten them raw or deep fried! Grilling them would add such a depth of flavour.
Echo saysJuly 13, 2016 at 8:53 am
Summer really has been flying by! I can’t believe how fast it is going. So, would you believe that I have never tried an oyster?! I should probably put that on my to do list!
Kristy @ Mommy Hates Cooking saysJuly 13, 2016 at 9:28 am
Oysters are one of those things that I have never been able to eat. I’m a huge texture person, and the thought of them just makes me want to turn my head. Maybe the grilled version is something I can do, though!
Melissa Dixon saysJuly 13, 2016 at 11:47 am
I love this stuff but have never tried oysters before. I think this may be the way I would like them and if there is anytime to try something like this, your recipe will be the best chance of me digging it. I have to try this now, thanks for sharing. On a side note, every time I visit your blog I think to myself… I love that name, wish I had thought of it! So cool!
Britni saysJuly 13, 2016 at 11:57 am
Sounds like a wonderful recipe I will have to give it a try. I have never tried anything like this before so it would be a bit out of my comfort zone! Who knows maybe the kids would be huge fans!
Kita saysJuly 13, 2016 at 7:46 pm
I’ve never had grilled oysters. They look really delicious. I believe just about every seafood dish deserves some spice so this is perfect.
Tiffany saysJuly 14, 2016 at 6:22 am
Thee sound great and so easy to make!
Anosa saysJuly 15, 2016 at 2:16 am
I too am a fan of chilli sauce and can not get enough. I have never had oysters and dont think I could eat them raw so grilling is the best option for me too. Wishing you an even more amazing summer.
Aileen Adalid saysJuly 15, 2016 at 2:26 pm
I love oysters especially when paired with a good drink. Thanks to your easy to follow recipe, I’ll be trying it out this weekend with my friends. Thank you!
Simple Healthy saysJuly 20, 2016 at 7:36 pm
I love oysters especially when paired with a good drink. Thanks to your easy to follow recipe, I'll be trying it out this weekend with my friends. Thank you!.