Keto Oyster Stew

Keto Oyster Stew

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.

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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

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