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.
Scallops are fantastic on the barbecue and work best with a very simple presentation which allows their natural flavours to really shine.
Dad would shoot me if he knew I was giving away his secrets! You'll love this if you love scallops and pepper!!! Really easy and delish on a cold day warms up the blood...hehe. Note: all these ingredient amounts are estimates, you may need to add more cream or onion depending how much you want to make.
These scallope sauteed in butter and garlic will melt in your mouth. Lemon juice gives this dish a nice kick.
Prawns and scallops in a ginger butter sauce with grated carrot and leeks. Delicious served with plain basmati rice.
Scallops, like most seafood, need light, gentle cooking. Their delicate flavour is offset by the not-too-sweet, not-too-sour flavour of grapefruit.
This is a classic way to prepare scallops with garlic, fresh basil and lemon juice. It takes just minutes to prepare.
Fresh scallops are grilled and served with a creamy white wine, eschalot and butter sauce.
It sounds simple, but wait for the taste! Scallops that are wrapped in bacon will be a favourite. Make sure you make enough to go around!
Sea scallops and prawns go together perfectly in this amazing seafood pasta. The secret ingredient is the bright lemon zest.
A seafood dinner for the seafood lovers! This is easy but fancy enough for a dinner party. Best served with bread for mopping up the sauce.