Very simple preparation that preserves the delicate, sweet flavor of the scallops. I didn't have Romano on hand, so I used Parmigiano-Reggiano and just grated it directly over the scallops in the skillet.
Pan-seared jumbo sea scallops in a delectable bright lemon & tomato sauce! Serve with jacket potatoes or rice, sauteed asparagus spears (see my recipe #352997), and a crusty baguette for sopping up those delicious juices! May also be served as a starter.
I was looking for a fish recipe to serve as a cold appetizer, and found one that was something like this. Since, being me, I was missing a good number of the ingredients, I improvised and came up with this. I think that substituting marinated artichoke hearts for the hearts of palm might be tasty too, but I've never tried it that way.
Ok ... everyone is familiar with reubens ... and southerners know the grouper reuben which is very good. Well for some, grouper is very expensive and sometimes not always available. So here is my twist. This is a great double decker sandwich, still grilled with all the traditional flavors and a little twist.
This sandwich is so big it is great as a main course or just cut in half and served with a side of soup. A creamy potato soup or any favorite would make this dinner.
Bite into these crisp balls and enter into a gooey center. The Optional sauce is very good but you can use you favorite tarter sauce or squeeze lemon over the balls to keep it lower fat. Salmon, scallions, rosemary, pimientos, cranberries, mozzarella are the required ingredients for this RSC #14.
Made this for dinner last night and it was out of this world fantastic! I think it took me all of 20 minutes to put it on the table. A very easy simple recipe that mimics the finest comparable restaurant dish.