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Keto Oyster Stew

Keto Oyster Stew

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Keto Oyster Stew. The traditional Christmas or New Year's Eve oyster stew has been transformed into a low-carb version that still has all the delicious tastes you love, but with less carbs and no gluten.

Keto Oyster Stew

Yields1 Serving
Prep Time10 minsCook Time15 minsTotal Time25 mins

 A sprig of fresh thyme
 3 cups heavy cream
 1 cup dry white wine
 ¼ tsp white pepper
 ¼ tsp organic paprika
 ¼ tsp organic ground cayenne pepper
 1 tbsp organic onion powder
 ¼ tsp organic garlic powder
 16 ounces oysters shucked in water
 1 tsp organic celery salt
 4 tbsp unsalted butter

1

Drain the oysters and save the juice. You can cut up huge oysters into more manageable bite-sized pieces.

2

Melt butter in a sizable heavy-bottomed pot over medium heat.

3

Oysters should be added and cooked for 3–4 minutes.

4

Seasonings are added, followed by white wine, which is simmered.

5

Add heavy cream, thyme, and the reserved oyster liquor along with 2 cups of water.

6

Cook for 5 minutes at a simmer while covered.

7

Take the dish off the fire, take the thyme sprig out, taste it, and season as necessary.

8

Serve with paprika sprinkled over top for colour.

9

If you're in the mood for crackers, we also like to top with these.

Ingredients

 A sprig of fresh thyme
 3 cups heavy cream
 1 cup dry white wine
 ¼ tsp white pepper
 ¼ tsp organic paprika
 ¼ tsp organic ground cayenne pepper
 1 tbsp organic onion powder
 ¼ tsp organic garlic powder
 16 ounces oysters shucked in water
 1 tsp organic celery salt
 4 tbsp unsalted butter

Directions

1

Drain the oysters and save the juice. You can cut up huge oysters into more manageable bite-sized pieces.

2

Melt butter in a sizable heavy-bottomed pot over medium heat.

3

Oysters should be added and cooked for 3–4 minutes.

4

Seasonings are added, followed by white wine, which is simmered.

5

Add heavy cream, thyme, and the reserved oyster liquor along with 2 cups of water.

6

Cook for 5 minutes at a simmer while covered.

7

Take the dish off the fire, take the thyme sprig out, taste it, and season as necessary.

8

Serve with paprika sprinkled over top for colour.

9

If you're in the mood for crackers, we also like to top with these.

Keto Oyster Stew
Nutrition Facts

Amount Per Serving
Calories 631.13
% Daily Value *
Total Fat 54.16g84%
Saturated Fat 31.96g160%
Sodium 401.98mg17%
Potassium 230.37mg7%
Total Carbohydrate 12.25g5%
Sugars 3.91g
Protein 17.90g36%

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily value may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

Keto Oyster Stew. The traditional Christmas or New Year’s Eve oyster stew has been transformed into a low-carb version that still has all the delicious tastes you love, but with less carbs and no gluten.
Friends, here we are with the final post before Christmas.

Yield: 6 Servings

It’s here? I can’t believe it! We succeeded!

And I still need to finish cleaning, preparing dinner, and wrapping presents. I’ve finished all of my shopping, at least. So, there you go.

However, I have a bowl of this delectable oyster stew and all the pleasant memories it conjures to look forward to tomorrow.

My grandma used to make a low-carb variation of this stew on Christmas Eve. She occasionally also made it for New Year’s. I anticipated that even when I was a child.
It was very creamy and flavorful. Without it, the holidays wouldn’t have even begun!

Oyster stew-related FAQ

Do I need to use raw or fresh oysters?

Let me start by saying that fresh oysters are ideal for this because they have more flavour and come with their own “liquor.” However, in a pinch, I’ve been known to prepare this with cooked oysters. For the liquid you could acquire from fresh oysters, I substituted clam juice. Although it wasn’t the same, it satisfied my craving.

Can I omit the dairy from this?

When serving dish to someone who avoid dairy, I have indeed substituted canned coconut milk for the heavy cream.

What should I do with the leftovers?

For up to three days. No, I wouldn’t freeze it.

I would want for this stew to be a part of their holiday memories as well since I know that I started eating it when I was very little and that it has been a part of my holiday memories for as long as I can remember.

One, though, is quite particular, so I won’t hold my breath on that one.

What typical holiday dish do you remember eating as a child?

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