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Love me some Scallops!

Scallops

Gush at the photo!

These were easy to make.  The trick is getting them super fresh (milky, translucent, not slimy) from your local seafood/fish market.  The second trick is to make sure you’re not OVER COOKING.  Here’s how I make mine:

– melt unsalted butter (2 tsp) over sauce pan and add olive oil and coconut oil. Yep. lots of fat.
– chop parsley
– garlic powder, salt and pepper, and smoked paprika are great additions to flavor
– in addition, chicken broth and/or white wine can help flavor your scallops.  Try not to go overboard!

Rinse your scallops, pat them a few times with a paper towel. once your butter is melted, but not brown, you can put your scallops in! Make sure they’re not touching each other. Time about 1.5-2 minutes per side, and flip.  Depends on the size and thickness of scallops.

You’re done!

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This entry was posted on April 24, 2013 by in Gluten-Free, Recipe, seafood and tagged , , , .
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