Oyster liquor is the liquid that is naturally inside the oyster shell. Bottled clam juice, bottled seafood broth, or equal parts chicken broth and water can be used instead. Just be aware that the saltiness can vary, and you may need to omit salt called for elsewhere in the recipe.
Are there any substitutes for oyster liquor?
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