Oysters Teriyaki with Cookplus Ceramica

A quick post for today...
I have quite a few features lined up for the coming weeks and I just have to put this in before I totally forget - I promised to share this dish sometime back.  Of course, my spanking new Ceramica pan inspired me to do this super quick and delectable seafood dish one dinner time.

After attending the Lock and Lock event last month, I finally got to tick off an item from my kitchen wish-list -- this CookPlus Ceramica frying pan in mustard yellow! =)  And they're 20% OFF!

These were my actual Instagram shots I took as soon as I got home, and the oyster dish above, just minutes after cooking.  I'll tell you more about my lovely Ceramica pan in another post, plus the Korean dish that I also cooked with it but did not make it to my last Foodie Friday post.

CookPlus Ceramic #26 :  SRP @ PhP 2,099.75

Fresh oysters from the supermarket + new ceramic pan = Inspired cooking!

Here's something for those of you who love these succulent mollusks. I got these fresh shucked oysters from SM Hypermarket in Pasig for PhP 170 per pack (sorry, I failed to notice how many grams per pack).


300 - 500 grams fresh oysters, rinsed and drained
Ginger, minced
Garlic, minced
Red onion, chopped
Bell pepper, chopped
ground black pepper
Kikkoman Teriyaki sauce
Kikkoman Teriyaki Baste & Glaze

To cook:
Heat your non-stick pan, on medium, add a bit of oil
Saute the ginger, garlic, onion, and bell pepper
Let it sweat and put in the oysters
Toss quickly for a minute, then pour about 3 tablespoons prepared Teriyaki Sauce
Adjust amount to your liking; add a dash of ground pepper
Simmer for another minute, or until oysters are round and firm
(Do not overcook as they will shrink)

Remove from heat and plate. Drizzle with Teriyaki Glaze.
Mix and serve immediately.

As I always say, I rarely measure when I cook, so I just eyeball the amount of the spices and sauces. Adjust seasoning to your taste. The Teriyaki sauce is salty and has a bit of tang, while the Teriyaki Glaze is salty-sweet. I like that contrast for this juicy sauteed oysters. 10 minutes is all you need.

This Japanese-inspired dish will make a great appetizer or as main viand, served with steamed rice!

*Sorry for the grainy photos, first time to use the iPhone for the food shots here

Update:  Lock and Lock is having a WAREHOUSE SALE Up to 80% Off!!!

August 18 - 21, 2012 - Only at LOCK & LOCK Araneta Mega Store
G/F Megastate Bldg. Araneta Ave. cor. Agno st. - beside Sanctuarium

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