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Rens' roasted Oysrí oyster with oyster cream

Roasted oysri oyster | parsley white wine sauce | oyster cream | caviar | wasabi crunch by @chef.rens Challenging recipes are the specialty of @chef.rens! Will you venture out?
There is a Reel on his Instagram where he totally does the recipe!
gebrande oysri van rens
Porties 1


  • Gas Burner
  • blender
  • Piping bag
  • Hand blender
  • measuring cup
  • Sieve


Peterselie viskuitsaus

  • 200 gram onion in rings
  • 2 tenen garlic chopped
  • 30 gram butter
  • 5 gram thyme
  • 5 gram dragon
  • 200 ml white wine
  • 200 ml fish bouilon
  • 200 ml whipped cream
  • 300 gram buter
  • 2 gram xanthana
  • 140 gram parsley
  • 100 gram fish roe

Oester crème

  • 100 gram protein
  • 200 gram yoghurt
  • 50 gram white balsamic vinegar
  • 300 gram grape seed oil
  • 250 gram sunflower oil
  • 4 oysri oysters
  • 1 mandarin

Gebrande oester


  • caviar
  • wasabi crunch


Peterselie viskuitsaus

  • Sweat the onions and garlic for 10 minutes in 30 grams of butter
  • Add the thyme and tarragon and cook for at least 2 minutes.
  • Deglaze with white wine and boil down to 50 milliliters.
  • Then add the fish stock.
  • Then add the whipping cream and 300 grams of butter and bring to a boil.
  • Pass through a sieve.
  • Place the sauce in a (thermo) blender and add the xanthana while rotating.
  • Now add the parsley and spin on full speed for 2 minutes.
  • Press the sauce through a very fine sieve or cloth.
  • Season to taste with salt and pepper.
  • Finish the sauce per serving with different types of fish eggs if you like it. Without fish eggs, the sauce is also really super tasty!


  • Place all ingredients in a measuring cup or stainless steel hat. Let stand for 10 minutes.
  • In the meantime, poke open the oysters and save the liquid and fruit.
  • Put your hand blender on the bottom and bar restlessly up, you will see a thick cream forming
  • Gently mix in the oysters and liquid.
  • Season with the zest of a tangerine and add salt if you feel necessary.
  • Strain the cream and place in a piping bag, set aside until use.

Gebrande oester

  • Poke the oysters open and remove them from the shell. Try to leave them nicely whole so that the moisture stays in the oyster.
  • Place on a kitchen paper
  • Next, grab a tray and place them carefully on it. Burn the oysters with a gas burner until there is a nice color on them. A light glaze will develop.


Plate making:
1. First, spoon some of the sauce into a deep dish.
2. Then carefully place the roasted oysters on top of this.
3. Spray some oyster cream here and there on the oysters.
4. Spread some caviar over the dish.
5. Finish with micro greens (copper cress) and the crunch of soy and wasabi.
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