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My family loves this recipe and begs me to make it every Thanksgiving and Christmas. Serve it with turkey, ham, duck or goose - it tastes great with any type of holiday meal. If you like green pepper, you may want to add 1/4 cup to this dish.

Paige B
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Ingredients

Directions

  • Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Grease a 2 quart baking dish.

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  • In a medium bowl, mix together the oysters, half-and-half, and Worcestershire sauce. Spread evenly in the prepared baking dish. In a small bowl, mix together the crackers and butter. Sprinkle over the top of the oyster mixture.

  • Bake for 30 minutes in the preheated oven, until the top is nicely browned and dressing is hot.

Nutrition Facts

364.25 calories; 5.61 g protein; 29.81 g carbohydrates; 24.64 g fat; 48.94 mg cholesterol; 586.11 mg sodium.Full Nutrition


Reviews (10)

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Most helpful positive review

10/09/2009
Not only was this the most complimented dish at my Thanksgiving table last year it is the one dish that I can't stop thinking about for this year! It is so good it even beats my own mother's recipe. I really love this dish. Totally worth the cost of the oysters! Yum!
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Most helpful critical review

11/29/2010
The taste was there but it was runny and just didn't seem like a dressing. I thought it was a waste of expensive oysters. To salvage the dish I had to pull them out and put them in a seasoned batter and flash fry them.
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12/23/2006
I made this recipe as a side dish - it has great flavor but is a little wet. I had to cook it about 10 minutes longer in order for it to dry out.
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10/09/2009
Not only was this the most complimented dish at my Thanksgiving table last year it is the one dish that I can't stop thinking about for this year! It is so good it even beats my own mother's recipe. I really love this dish. Totally worth the cost of the oysters! Yum!
(10)
09/28/2008
Made this for Thanksgiving and Christmas last year and will be making it again this year. I had to double it because it went so fast.
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11/29/2010
The taste was there but it was runny and just didn't seem like a dressing. I thought it was a waste of expensive oysters. To salvage the dish I had to pull them out and put them in a seasoned batter and flash fry them.
(3)
11/30/2009
it was "trying" to taste good but just didnt do it for me i followed it to the tee i think its me i didnt like the worshire sauce taste mixed with the oysters.
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11/05/2010
Two chef's in the family & both asked for the recipe will make this often not just holidays
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12/23/2011
This was soooo good! I'm making it again with roasted chicken four days after thanksgiving. I find that you must use eastern oysters I made it with both pacific and eastern the eastern made a huge difference
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12/13/2012
My paternal grandmother and then mom made this every Christmas eve dinner since I was a little girl. We didn't add Worcestershire sauce so I'll have to try that. Sadly my mom passed away this year so I'll be carrying on the tradition. After reading a few recipes here I'm going to use this as the base and add celery onion and some poultry seasonings.
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03/06/2013
This is basically my scalloped oyster dressing that I have been making for 40 years or more. My only change is to add a tablespoon of Worcestershire sauce to the cream before pouring it over the oysters. Not everyone likes them but that's alright with my son and law and myself - all the more for us.