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Steamed Oysters with Fourme d’Ambert

This recipe for Steamed Oysters with Fourme d’Ambert has been reproduced courtesy of Fromages.com

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Ingredients for Steamed Oysters with Fourme d’Ambert

100 grams of Fourme d’Ambert cheese (click here for information)
Two dozen oysters
30 cl double cream
48/50 young spinach leaves
1 table spoon of Glenmorangie scotch or a similar brand
Salt and pepper

How to make Steamed Oysters with Fourme d’Ambert

  • Open the oysters carefully, preferably with an oyster knife, filter and save their juices.
  • Take them out of their shell.
  • Gently clean off any undesirable elements, temporally put them to one side to drain.
  • Wash the spinach leaves thoroughly. Soften them in a steamer for 30 seconds.
  • Put one oyster between two spinach leaves. Place on draining dish.
  • Next, prepare the sauce - take the cream and heat gently in a pan.
  • Grate the cheese and add to cream and then pour in the oyster juice and the whiskey.
  • Stir vigorously letting it reduce on a low flame to half its volume.
  • Season as desired and keep hot.
  • Just before serving use an appropriate pan to steam the oysters for a about a minute
  • Spread the sauce on a plate and arrange the oysters around the edge of the plate with the spinach elegantly placed in the middle.
  • Serve hot.

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