Oysters (preferbably fresh! You can also use cooking or sashimi-grade oysters)
about 300 g (as much as you want)
Salt and pepper
Quickly rinse the oysters in salt water (or rinse them in plain water, if you don't have time!) and pat dry between paper towels.
Heat some olive oil in a frying pan and sauté the thinly sliced garlic until aromatic.
Then, coat each oyster with plenty of katakuriko and stir-fry.
They are delicious when you fry them until both sides are crispy. To finish, season with salt and pepper!
Use plenty of oil! (as advised by user "Akubidaiji") Olive oil is healthy for you.
Story Behind this Recipe
After many attempts, I recreated this delicious oyster dish I had at a fashionable izakaya!! This is it! I always cook this dish when oysters are in season. Enjoy the simple taste just with salt and pepper!!
For best results, drain the oysters well, coat them with plenty of katakuriko and fry them until the katakuriko is crispy. You don't have to rinse the oysters with the root end of a daikon radish. They'll be fried up anyway, so just rinse them with salt water!!