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Scallops are saltwater (marine) bivalve molluscs belonging to the family Pectinidae  found in oceans worldwide and are a highly prized  food in many countries.  Each shell contains two types of meat - the actual scallop which is in fact the muscle which closes the shell  and the bright orange roe called "coral". Although they are often sold and served without the roe, it is perfectly edible and is considered a delicacy by many chefs and home cooks alike and are a favourite for serving as a starter.


Scallop recipes

Key:     HT = Hot      HD  = Starter     MC = Main Course 


Scallops with Sun-dried Tomato Tapenade    HT  HD  10mins plus marinating

Chargrilled Scallops    HT  HD  BBQ  15mins plus marinating

Grilled scallops    HT  HD  15mins

Peking Scallops    HT  Chinese  MC  15mins

Scallops with Vanilla Sauce    HT  HD  15mins

Scallops with Wilted Spinach     HT  Chinese  MC  15mins

Seared Scallop Salad    HT  HD  15mins

Skewered Scallop    HT  BBQ  MC  15mins

Grilled Scallops Provencal   HT   MC   20mins

Scallops in Cream    HT  HD  20mins

Seafood Bites with Ginger Sauce    HT  PFC  20mins

Bacon and scallop brochettes    HT  HD  25mins plus marinating

Maple Glazed Scallops    HT  HD  25mins plus marinating

Mixed Seafood Kebab    HT  MC  25mins

Proscuitto Wrapped Scallops    HT  BBQ  HD  25mins

Scallops Au Gratin    HT  HD  25mins

Scallops Florentine    HT  HD  25mins

Eggless Seafood Tempura    HT  MC  30mins

Baked Scallops    HT  HD  40mins

Seafood Casserole    HT  MC   50mins

Seafood Stew    HT  MC  French   90mins


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