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Grilled Oysters with Jalapeno Butter Sauce



There’s not too much to grilling oysters, and thank God for that. I like to leave the high maintenance stuff to other people (!!!) Anyway, preheat the grill to medium/medium high. Basically, get the grill hot. Throw your oysters on and shut the lid, grill the oysters until they pop open. As the first ones open up, I put them on the top basket/bread area of the grill so they stay warm but don’t stay on the direct heat.

Jalapeno Butter Sauce
1/2 cup white wine
1/3 cup butter
6 cloves garlic
1-2minced jalapenos, depending on how heatness desired
sea salt/pepper

Suate the onions in the butter. Add the wine and simmer for 7-10 minutes, letting some of the liquid reduce down. Add the jalapenos and garlic, simmer a little longer…

Pour sauce on top of the opened oysters. Enjoy!!

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    Yum! That butter sauce sounds amazing. I loved grilling oysters in Hawaii because it was the one thing you didn't have to time or pay much attention to. I'd just squirt some lemon juice on them and slurp 'em up!

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