March 20th- The Canadian Wartime Recipe Challenge 2015

Can you believe it, its Friday again.. and that means Fish!


Oyster Pie

40 Oysters, 2 hard cooked eggs, pinch of salt, tsp of parsley, tsp of chopped onion, 2 cups of oyster liquor and water, 3 tsp of flour and 2 tbsp. of oil. Heat the oysters in their canned liquor, strain, arrange them, mix the rest and pour over top, make a Baking Powder biscuit Crust and bake till done..

This one is interesting, I would be willing to try a small version of it to see what it turned out like, but I know hubby would not be eating it.

Crab Souffle

2 tbsp. of fat, 2 tbsp. of milk, 1 cup of crab meat, 2 yolks, 3 tbsp. of flour, pinch of salt, pinch of pepper and 2 egg whites.

Mix the sauce, add fish and eggs, bake 25 min..  boy there for thin on directions.. yikes..

Creamed Fish

2 tbsp. of oil, pinch of salt, 1 cup of flaked canned fish, 2 tbsp. of flour, 1 cup of milk, pepper to taste..

Make your cream sauce, add the fish and bake in oven till top is golden brown.

As you can tell they loved their sauces..

If I was going to make the oyster pie, I think I like the idea I found on the net (not my photo) of a shepards oyster pie.. it looks good to me..

oyster pie

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4 Responses to March 20th- The Canadian Wartime Recipe Challenge 2015

  1. Sheri says:

    These look yummy! I love sea food. One thing we love to do is pop open a can of smoked muscles or oysters, sliced mixed cheeses and crackers with diced veggies & olives….and cold IPA (India Pale Ale) beer.

  2. calliek says:

    yeah that doesn’t sound like much of a sacrifice!

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