Sur La Table® Cast Iron Oyster Pan, 12 Cavity
Get the recipe for Chargrilled Shucked Oysters
- Manufacturer: Sur La Table
- Material: Cast iron
- Dimensions: 19" x 13"
- Capacity: 12 oysters
- Made in China
Care & Usage Show
- Wash with hot water and a stiff-bristled brush after each use. Dry immediately. Do not use soap
- To prevent corrosion, season regularly with oil
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I prepared my oysters in the house on my gas stove and this skillet spanned two burners so I was able to cook the oysters evenly . My "Blue Point" oysters fit perfectly in the depressions, I then heated the skillet to high temp and then placed them in the depressions, added butter and garlic and in 10 minutes they were all gently bubbling and ready to eat. I used my tongs to remove them from the hot skillet, a small tong is not to bulky to lift them and keep the juice from spilling out. The skillet was a breeze to clean up (no residue stuck to it) I wiped it with a cloth and oiled it and put away until next time.
Thank you Sur La Table for offering this item, your great!
1 year ago
After using a few times went back and bought a second pan.
If you want a good receipe goggle Drago,s Char Broiled Oysters receipe it is the best. I buy oysters already shucked heat the pan on the grill then add butter oysters cheese more butter and cheese and cook until oysters puff up a little remove pan from grill set on table with some good dipping bread .Clean up is easy dry the pan and you are ready for the next time. I would recommend this pan
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Questions & Answers
Will this oyster pan be available in the near future or is it discontinued? Please give some sort of explanation!
My husband is grill king, but cooking with a new pan can be a challenge