At last Uncle Bill I've wanted to try this recipe for ages and this time when company was here I did it! The recipe is excellent and I will be making it again. The ony changes I made was to use 2% milk instead of half & half and cut the butter to 1 tbsp - It worked well. This is a real keeper and I will make it again Thanks Uncle Bill for making my dinner a complete success
Yummy!!!!! I think I either did something wrong or did not put in enough flour,cuz mine did not thicken, but it was an excellent scallop stew!!!!!! Very Very flavorful!!! I did not have enough small baking bowls so I baked in a large casserole dish, perhaps that was the reason it did not thicken. But it was perfect for this cold snowy night.I did not have Lemon Pepper so i used Lime Pepper and it worked fine.
This was really, really good! I didn't have individual dishes either and split the recipe between two larger, kind of flat dishes. It was just my husband and I for dinner and we finished the smaller of the two dishes, except for the sauce. I mixed the leftover sauce with cooked gnocchi (which I had served along with the scallop dish) and we'll have that as a side dish in a day or two. The second cooked dish of scallops was cooled and then I froze it. We'll have that in a week or two and I'm looking forward to it. My husband really liked this recipe and thinks I'm a genius. Thanks Uncle Bill!
I loved this! Mine did not really get thick all that much after cooking but I used fat free half and half...forgot the mushrooms but did not miss them...great rich flavor and served over homemade liquini....I used a pound and a half of bay scallops and was not too much at all.
I made this as an appitizer, I served it in a large heated chaffing dish, with small shell dishes to ladel it into. The flavor is wonderful. I increased the scallops to 3 lbs. I also used a mixture of bay scallops and sea scallops. I would make this again!
Wonderful flavor but VERY rich!! It is one of those special nights when i make this! So worth the time!
Wonderful recipe! Scallops are my husband's favourite and he really loved this one.I used milk instead of 1/2&1/2.We ate it with mashed potaotes, so it was like Coquille St Jacques.Thank you Uncle Bill for sharing.Ii will be making this one again for sure.
Great recipe. The only changes I made were to saute the green pepper and onion in olive oil rather than butter and to use fat-free 1/2 and 1/2. No other changes needed!
I made this for dinner tonight for my wife. It was very tasty! It would go well with pasta. It was really good!