Thai oyster

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Thai oyster
Thai oyster
Servings:Serves 2
Ready in:20 minutes
Prep. time:10 minutes
Cook time:10 minutes
Difficulty:Average difficulty
Recipe author:Panrapee Satienpisarn
First published:24th October 2014

Thai fried oysters (Thai : หอยทอด(Hoii-thot), Chinese : ออส่วน(Or-Suan)) is a famous fast food in Thailand that you can find on many street corners in Bangkok and also popular in other places such as Taiwan, Hong Kong, and the Philippines. The main ingredients are flour, spice, egg, and oyster serve with bean sprouts and chilli sauce on the hot plate. This food is very popular because there are five categories of nutrients.


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chilli sauce for oysters


  1. Wash oysters in cold water, then poached and drain well.
  2. Mix cassava starch and rice flour with the water and mix well.
  3. Heat the vegetable oil in a pan. When the oil is hot, pour the mixed flour and oysters together.
  4. Add the egg after batter is set. Make a hole in the centre with a spatula, cook until golden crispy.
  5. Pour a little more oil in the pan, fry the garlic and bean sprouts until it heated.
  6. Mix all ingredients, then season with fish sauce, sugar, onion and Thai pepper powder.

Serving suggestions

Serve it with a chilli sauce.

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