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How do you cook canned smoked oysters?

Asked: Sean Landsman, Last Updated:

Just mix a can of smoked oysters into a block of softened cream cheese and add a little Worcestershire sauce and cayenne pepper. I add just the oysters and once it is all mixed together, I usually add some of the oil that the oysters are packed in.

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