Fresh Oysters with ‘Iced’ Stout Mignonette Sauce
Fresh Oysters with ‘Iced’ Oatmeal Stout Mignonette Sauce: a perfect beer sauce for freshly shucked oysters!
Servings Prep Time
8cup 10 minute
Passive Time
Servings Prep Time
8cup 10 minute
Passive Time
Iced Oatmeal Stout Mignonette Sauce Ingredients:
To Serve Ingredients:
Iced Stout Mignonette Sauce Directions:
  1. Carefully pour the Stout-style beer down the side of a tilted quart-size plastic container, minimizing the head formation, and place covered into the freezer. After about 30 minutes to an hour, check the beer. When the beer begins to freeze, but is more of a slushy consistency, strain through a fine sieve into another plastic container and place the container back into the freezer. Discard the ice, as it is mostly water. Check the beer in another 20 – 30 minutes and repeat this process until the beer measures 1 cup. Alternatively, one can use a cup of Dogfish Head World Wide Stout instead of an iced version.
  2. While the beer is ice distilling, add the freshly cracked white peppercorns, malt vinegar and the grated shallots to a small glass bowl. Cover with plastic wrap and place into the refrigerator for at least 3 hours. When the beer has been reduced, add it to the pepper/malt vinegar/shallot mixture and stir to combine. Keep this chilled until ready to serve.
To Serve on the Half Shell Directions:
  1. Using a towel for protection from the oyster knife, wrap it around the oyster. Follow my Shuck the oysters video, for a step by step instruction.
  2. Place some shaved ice into a large serving platter with high-rimmed sides, covering the bottom of the dish with an even layer of flaked ice. Place the shucked oyster onto the ice, pressing down on the edges of the oyster shell to set the oyster in the ice, keeping it level.
  3. Spoon enough of the Iced Stout Mignonette sauce to fill each half shell, about a teaspoon. Pour some of the sauce into a small serving dish along with a small spoon for guests to add more sauce if desired.
To Serve as an Oyster Shooter Directions:
  1. Alternatively, oyster shooters can be made by placing the freshly Shucked oysters into a shot glass, and filling each with a tablespoon of the Iced Stout Mignonette sauce.
Recipe Notes



Other Uses for the Iced Oatmeal Stout Mignonette Sauce:

This mignonette sauce can also be used as a vinaigrette, perfect over peppery arugula mixed with basil leaves, topped with avocado, toasted nuts (almonds, pine nuts or hazelnuts) and sun-dried tomatoes.


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Fresh Oysters with 'Iced' Oatmeal Stout Mignonette Sauce
Fresh Oysters with 'Iced' Oatmeal Stout Mignonette Sauce
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