Steamed Bay Scallops, Peppers And Green Peas

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While  I love large sauteed scallops, my budget sometimes dictates my menu. So when I was thinking of getting some giant diverscallops for lunch today, I almost fainted when I saw the price ($ 46.00)
So I went for the next best thing, bay scallops. ( $ 16.00) Now here is the thing: When we think of scallops, we usually think of the beautiful pictures of seard scallops with their golden crust and juicy, opaque center. I don’t suggest you try this with tiny bay scallops, which are much more suited for breading or steaming. I wanted to enjoy the pure taste of the scallops, so I gently steamed them with some vegetables in white wine and butter. Absolutely delicious and easy and quick to prepare.

Bon Appetit !   Life is Good !

P.S.
Instead of eating them with a fork, use a spoon so you don’t miss out on the great sauce 🙂

Steamed Bay Scallops, Peppers And Green Peas

Steamed Bay Scallops, Peppers And Green Peas

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Steamed Bay Scallops, Peppers And Green Peas

Steamed Bay Scallops, Peppers And Green Peas

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Steamed Bay Scallops, Peppers And Green Peas

Steamed Bay Scallops, Peppers And Green Peas

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5 comments

  1. Okay chef Hans, you really did it this time, the bay scallops look so scrumptious, and to top it off – I’m hungry – you’d better start packaging that food.
    I’m a huge fan, love your work, Best wishes!

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  2. Hans, I really appreciate you keeping it simple. I love scallops, so package a few for me also. Shrimp and scallops together make a wonderful dish, with a butter and wine sauce. I just ate and now I’m hungry again.

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  3. Hans – love your recipes. I’m a pretty decent cook, and can probably guess, but it would be great if you could include some basic measurements for the key ingredients for perhaps 2 servings. I can adjust from there. Thanks!

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