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Kusshi Oyster With Pineapple Mignonette Sauce

Fancy having some oysters? I bought this cute little oyster variety called Kusshi. They are small but very meaty. I made some Pineapple Mignonette Sauce to go along with the oysters. Yummy!

1 Dozen Freshly shucked Oysters

Pineapple Mignonette Sauce


1 Piece Dried Pineapple, minced
1 Small Red Chili, finely sliced or minced
1 Small Stalk Fresh Mint Leaves, finely chopped
1 1/2 - 2 Tbsp Lime Juice
3 - 4 Tbsp Water


Mix all the sauce ingredients and chill. Serve with chilled oysters.

Note: Dried Pineapple


  1. these were the first kind of oyster that i ever tried, and i absolutely love them. the idea of dried pineapple is great!

  2. Funny thing.
    I made a similar dish last week and blogged about it.
    Great Minds Think Alike!
    Looks Good!!!

  3. I LOVE oysters. Your topping is very interesting!

  4. Hah, I had some oysters yesterday too, had them baked. The bigger ones are not good to eat raw.

  5. oh yeah. I loooove oysters, and I've been craving pineapple lately so this looks perfect!

  6. @Becky: Yes, they were great and I love them too!

    @Eric Rochon: Oh Wow! I totally agree with you! ;)

    @Ninette: We all love oysters. Do try my recipe and see what you think of it :-)

  7. @Rasa Malaysia: Hey Bee, your baked oysters looks so good and tempting. Ya, I dislike eating big raw oysters too.

  8. @lk- Healthy Delicious: Great! You should try making my pineapple sauce then ;)


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