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My DH says this is a winner! I made last night and followed the recipe except cut back on the butter to 5 Tblsp. instead of the full 1/2 cup. And I also used Panko crumbs, garlic and a splash of white wine as others suggested. I put them under the broiler the last 3 minutes so they came out nicely browned. Also served with rice and the sauce added good flavor to the rice. Thanks Mimi for posting, this is a definite keeper!

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Debi H February 18, 2010

Delicious! I used garlic pistachio panko bread crumbs and it was I think the best scallop I have ever had! Perfect timing too! Thanks for posting Mimi in Maine!

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AcadiaTwo February 14, 2010

Phenomenal.... I've tried many scallop recipes, and this one hands down is the best. My husband is fussy, but he loved these. Thanks for a wonderful recipe. I'll make this one for the family for many years!!

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ladeutsch August 24, 2009

Fantastic scallops! I used panko instead of breadcrumbs and loved the results. I used the optional garlic. IMO, garlic is a "must" on seafood! Thanx for posting this easy and yummy scallop recipe. I'll make these again.

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*Parsley* December 07, 2008

I made these as a treat to us last night and all I can say is MORE! They were so good I should have bought 2 lbs! I might try these with panko bread crumbs sometime and see how they turn out. Loved the batter on these though! Excellent dish Mimi! From one New Englander to another, these were GOOT!

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BrendaThurston67 June 14, 2008

This was wonderful! I added a splash of white wine for flavor, but otherwise followed the recipe exactly. Had this over rice. Yum!!

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Chilicat July 13, 2007
Baked Maine Scallops