Perfectly seared scallops served with corn and tomatoes in the height of their season. Can’t do much better than that. You really can’t.
This easy dinner of garlic spinach and seared scallops takes less than 20 minutes to put together and it’s made all in one pan. Just sear the scallops in a little butter, cook the spinach with garlic until it wilts and serve!
Reasons to love scallops: they’re elegant, cooked in minutes and melt in your mouth. Check out this recipe seared with chorizo.
A light lemon butter garlic sauce tops bucatini pasta with scallops and a glass of Pinot Grigio.
A simple and elegant dish, this watercress and shiitake risotto is made with fresh ingredients and can be served with scallops to make a complete meal that is perfect for spring and summer.
Lemon Garlic Fettuccine with Leeks and Seared Scallops is the perfect quick and easy dinner, that’s flexible enough to suit your own additions. Delicious!
Grilling is quick and easy with this recipe for spiced sea scallops and summer vegetables paired with a crisp Sauvignon Blanc.
These grilled scallops are a flavorful mouthful you will want to make all summer long. Serve with a cool tomato mango salsa and a tomatillo guacamole for an amazing meal right off the grill.
Keep things simple this summer and head out to the grill with fresh seafood, a lemon, some seasoning, and a bottle of wine. That really is all you need for a delicious meal.
For a refreshing appetizer, serve fresh scallops with a bright onion, tomato, and lime juice topping.
Perfectly seared scallops with a zesty chili lime butter and a creamy pea puree is an easy dish that is sure to impress.
Indulge and prosper this Chinese New Year with decadent and deliciously fresh seafood dumplings said to bring good luck and prosperity.
Make a beautiful dinner of seared scallops served over an artichoke risotto blanca. Conclude the meal with a creamy chocolate panna cotta spiced with limoncello.
Connecting the community, Chef Mike Davis gives diners a bite of Columbia’s delicious history while evolving with the ever-growing food scene of the city.
They are expensive to buy, quick to cook, and easy to mess up. Get the tips to successfully cooking scallops.
Scallops are simple to cooked in minutes. Cook the seafood in flavorful chorizo oil and serve them with the sausage, olives, and crusty bread or greens.
A dish of beautiful textures with silky scallops, the crispy prosciutto and asparagus, and the pleasant chewiness that comes from the fresh spelt pasta.
A feast for the senses, this dish has crispy leeks, vibrant orange and red hues, and rich-flavored scallops that are foiled by the tangy pomegranate sauce.
Celebrity chef Curtis Stone has a lot on his plate, read the interview to learn more about the Australian chef.
From Ronny Emborg’s cookbook, ‘The Sensory Kitchen’, a style where all senses comes to use and showing the highest level of gastronomic wizardry achieved in a modern kitchen.
Buttery seared scallops with tart miso blood orange sauce.
This is an involved dish that uses beets in three different ways, with barley risotto, a perfect pairing to the rich scallops and garlic cream.
The risky flavor combo of scallops and blueberries pays off with a stunning, high-drama dish.
Wild apples are often too tart to eat straight from the tree, but quick-pickling is one way to balance this tartness.
Serve alongside white rice and lots of crusty bread for a meal that is evocative of the French coastline.
This recipe works with either fresh or frozen sea scallops, which are one of the most nutritious seafoods.
This recipe is a retro creamy pasta dish with scallops, white wine and lemon zest. It’s easy to make, about 20 minutes from start to finish.
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