Boscoli® Oysters Mosca (BBQ Oysters) Sauce This dish is also called “Barbecue Oyster,” and you will find it as such on the menus at many of Louisiana’s finest restaurants. Most New Orleaneans call it “Mosca” because it’s not usually cooked outside on a barbecue grill, and it doesn’t contain what anyone would ever think of as barbecue sauce. It’s super easy, and it’s fast – faster than you might think: the most common mistake is to overcook the oysters.
This dish is ALWAYS accompanied by fresh, hot, crusty French bread for sopping up the sauce…and a bib.
Mosca’s Restaurant has been a mainstay of the New Orleans culinary scene since that 1946 and even as remote as it is, the oyster shell parking lot is packed every night they are open with visitors from across the city and across the country. They take no reservations, and everyone waits outside for a table – in the New Orleans summer heat.
Forget the wait for a table and bring home this Louisiana classic.
Ingredients: Olive Oil, Fresh Ground Bacon, Dried Garlic, Italian Cheese, Herbs & Spices.