There are so many recipes for fresh scallops, whether you simply pan sear them, use them in a pasta sauce, wrap them in bacon or have them in a salad or soup.
This is ideal for a quick Chinese meal; scallops and asparagus are stir fried the combined in a light garlicky sauce. Serve with rice.
The secret to making a good seafood risotto is to use a great fish stock and of course the freshest seafood you can find. Cook the shellfish and rice separately, as rice needs more time and the shellfish would overcook and get chewy. Replace prawns and scallops with calamari, clams or mussels if you prefer.
A salsa of fresh pineapple, cucumber and mango is the perfect compliment to seared scallops. Always make sure scallops are fresh and be careful not to overcook them.
Succulent and juicy sea scallops are wrapped in prosciutto then basted with melted butter. They are barbecued until lighlty brown. It's a match made in heaven.
Cooking scallops doesn’t need to be hard, and a simple recipe is often the best as shown in this 4 ingredient sautéed scallops.