Pacific Oyster Bisque Recipe

Pacific Oyster Bisque has a delicious taste. Pacific Oyster Bisque gets its taste from oyster mixed with eggs and milk, flavored with parsley. Pacific Oyster Bisque is inspired by many food joints worldwide.


Difficulty LevelEasyCourse
MethodMain Ingredient


 Milk2 Quart
 Bay leaf1
 Celery tops4 , washed
 Parsley sprigs4 Small
 Onion1 Medium, chopped
 Butter/Margarine1⁄4 Pound (1/2 Cup)
 Whole lemon slices3
 Salt2 Teaspoon
 Pepper1⁄8 Teaspoon
 Canned pacific oysters24 Ounce (Two 12 Ounce Containers)
 Egg yolks4


Using a large double boiler or a pan set over boiling water; scald milk with the bay, celery, and parsley.
Meanwhile saute the onion in butter until soft.
Add the lemon slices, salt, pepper, and oysters, including their liquor; cover, and cook until edges of oysters begin to curl, about 10 minutes.
Discard lemon slices.
Remove about half the oysters to a cutting board, chop, and reserve.
Turn remaining oyster-onion mixture into blender container; whirl until smooth; add egg yolks and whirl a few seconds more.
Remove celery, bay, and parsley from the milk and add the blended oyster mixture; stir over slowly simmering water until slightly thickened.
Stir in chopped oysters.
Reduce heat, cover, and keep warm over hot (not boiling) water.