5 Reviews

Easy and delicious. My husband had thirds. Spices are lovely in the just the right amounts. One thing, though -- it's a lovely peach cream color, but without variation. Needs to be served with something deep, dark green -- broccoli or romaine or asparagus or green beans. You know. And sprinkled with a little choppped, flat-leaf parsley. What a great dish -- thanks so much!

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Paula5 July 28, 2005

This was very very good. An easy weeknight dinner!

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CIndytc May 07, 2009

This was too bland for our tastes.

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Shabby Sign Shoppe December 25, 2007

So good! I didn't have any nutmeg or penne, so I improvised with ground ginger and angel hair pasta. I added a few extra dashes of cayenne and a spritz of fresh lemon juice after I plated it. Loved it! Will definitely make again and again!

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JJBear August 03, 2007

I had never cooked scallops before so thought I would give this a try. My family went crazy over it. This is definitely something that I will fix again. I did add some enoki mushrooms to the recipe. I cooked them with the scallops and it was an extra added treat to the wonderful recipe. KUDOS to you for submitting the great recipe.

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Adrian in Concord, N.C. February 12, 2007
Delicious Penne With Scallops