This make a lovely, special dinner for 2 but can easily be doubled or tripled. Could be used as a first course for a dinner party.
Succulent shrimp, calamari, scallops, crab, and clams are showcased in this rich and creamy seafood chowder recipe. This recipe includes garlic, cream cheese and parsley as well, for a perfect result. Feel free to use whatever fish and/or shellfish and seafood you want.
An important thing to remember about working with scallops is that you have to have everything prepared and you must work fast. Scallops are best
I have been blessed with so many offers to assist with guest posts the past few weeks while I deal with the impending move (TOMORROW!!) and focus on helping my sweet girl with preparing her
Skewering the scallops makes them easy to handle. A basket would also work well.
Grilled Scallops with Caper Remoulade makes an easy 'Friday Fish and one that everyone will love.
Scallops Provençal, made with both scallops and shrimp, easy main course. Serve with quinoa, rice or pasta
I prefer scallops without the coral so I normally buy frozen and thaw before cooking. Here fresh scallops always have coral.
Crisp, Breaded Scallops with Tarragon Tartar Sauce, baked rather than fried... All the flavors without the oil
Coquilles Saint-Jacques - my favorite decadent holiday treat, with scallops, white wine, cream and cheese
Grilled Scallops on Tomato Tarragon Pasta, easy main course for summer
Shrimp, Scallops, Green Olives and Capers on Basmati Rice
I love the names of traditional Italian dishes. I know, as a food blogger, I should have called this dish: Braised Veal Scallops with Mushrooms and Tomatoes. Drowned Veal just sounds so much more interesting, don’t you think? Drunken Pork is on the next page…. Both are from ‘Tuscany, The Beautiful, Cookbook’. This has ... Continue reading...
I love scallops. They’re expensive (usually), so I rarely buy them. But occasionally, the price and the timing work. These were small scallops…. The decision was what wonderful thing to do with them. I hadn’t done anything Chinese in awhile….. I mean, proper Chinese, not my own stir-fries, fried rice, whatever…. Living in Europe I ... Continue reading...
Mon mari has turned his attention to the details…. The little things that, in his opinion need to be done. Like building a half wall on the landing to prevent people from walking into the stairwell in the middle of the night. Well, he started it anyway… He’s also doing a few things that, in ... Continue reading...
It has been a week of French challenges. First – the funny… We go to a conversation class every week. The idea is that the French speak English and the English / Americans speak French and the native speakers assist and correct the learners. The other night one of the students was telling a story ... Continue reading...
Back in the beginning of time, when the Blogosphere was young and one counted the number of food bloggers with an abacus, I started my website and blog. I marked the 100th post with balloons and pats on the back. I acknowledged my 250th post, albeit a bit late. I passed the 800 post milestone ... Continue reading...