Phu Yen oysters are raised along the coast, especially in O Loan. Oysters are fresh, sweet, smooth outside, smooth inside like velvet, cooked without a fishy feeling but fragrant, with a typical taste of the sea. The people of Nau have many ways to cook oysters, with all kinds of attractive dishes.
Oyster shops in Phu Yen often serve oyster porridge in two sizes, small bowls just right for one person to eat. Porridge is cooked from red rice with some delicious glutinous rice, cooked until the rice is soft and swells. Oysters are lightly fried with onion fat to bring out the smell but still keep the freshness, then pour into a bowl of hot porridge. Served with porridge is a little ginger to warm the stomach, chili, add a little cilantro and diners can enjoy a delicious bowl of porridge.
Oysters fried with eggs
Oyster fried with eggs is a nutritious dish. Fatty oysters, fragrant eggs combine to create a symphony in the mouth, soft, greasy, dotted with rich chili sauce that is very satisfying. To balance the fatty taste of oysters and eggs, people often add a little bit of ginger, crispy onions. A plate of fried oysters with several tens of thousands of eggs is quite large, suitable for a family to eat together.
Oysters dipped in vinegar
In Phu Yen and the central coastal provinces, there is a very strange way to enjoy oysters, which is oysters dipped in vinegar. To increase the flavor of the oyster broth, people add Siamese coconut, seasoning with rich spices, especially with the characteristic green chili. Fresh oysters are cleaned and dipped in vinegar for a bit and then picked up and eaten immediately, both fresh and delicious, but still keeping the original freshness of oyster meat, served with rice paper, it is really great!
Oysters with bananas
“Um banana” is a method of processing from North to South, but in Phu Yen, people love this rustic way of processing, especially combined with “home grown” oysters. Oysters are fried with fiber and then removed the meat, then pour thinly sliced bananas, soak and clean the plastic in stir-fry, boil with fat and oyster juice until the bananas are soft, then pour the oysters back in, to keep the freshness. soft oysters. Sweet oysters, slightly acrid bananas go well together, combined with the legendary rice paper of the Nau people to create a complete meal.
Stir-fried oysters is one of the ways to prepare this specialty from the sea in Phu Yen. Stir-fried oysters without cilantro, fried noodles, fried noodles are all delicious, but the most special is fried oysters with melon. Stir-fried melon is soft to blend with the cool taste of oysters very well, the smell of Thanh Thanh’s garden melon mixed with the rich taste of the sea is harmonious. Eating this sauteed oyster dish, must have crispy, chewy rice paper accompanying it, you can break a few crumbs and drop it in, or dip it in, creating a variety of textures.