Broiled Scallops

"I haven't seen a lot of scallops recipes on this site, so here's a nice one."
 
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Ready In:
21mins
Ingredients:
8
Yields:
10 scallops
Serves:
2
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ingredients

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directions

  • Put the scallops onto a container for the broiler.
  • Add butter/margarine and olive oil.
  • Sprinkle spices onto the scallops.
  • Place a few inches away from broiler fire.
  • Broil for 12 minutes.
  • Turn the scallops over and broil for another 4 minutes.
  • Serve as an appetizer or as part of a main course.

Questions & Replies

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  1. jmd6385
    When you say 'a container for the broiler', does this mean on a broiler pan (drippings drop down)? Or a pan/dish that can be broiled?
     
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Reviews

  1. ciao4293
    Hey Miller, yet another great recipe. The scallops were delicious. The blend of spices was very subtle, and didn't cover up the natural flavor of the scallops, just enhanced it. I know you don't like to hear this, but this is my new scallop recipe. I normally don't like scallops cooked at home, but these were very good. One note to others: watch the cooking time. If your scallops aren't huge, which mine weren't, shave off a few minutes of cooking time.
     
  2. Tebo3759
    Excellent. I did alter this with a bit of Old Bay Seasoning as I like it with seafood. I also cut the cooking time down by 5 min or so as my scallops were not that large.
     
  3. Jennifer H.
    Very rubbery.to much time
     
  4. RecipeNut
    I was looking for a fast tasty recipes for scallops and came across this one. My whole family loved it! I served with pasta seasoned with butter and garlic. Thanks for a great fast meal!
     
  5. Kippy2
    We tried this tonight and it was VERY good. Concensus in our household equals a grade of B. ( we grade everything here) Very nice spice, and very easy to prepare. We will surely make this again. We were planningour Easter menu tonight and decided for non-traditional. We will be having these scallops along with shrimp. Thanks,M illie, for sharing a wonderful recipe!!
     
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Tweaks

  1. Ronney P.
    If you broil sea scallops for 12 minutes per side, you will most likely have unappealing, very over done, scallops in your broiler pan.
     
  2. Blue-eyed 70s Chick
    This was so easy to do. I didn't hane chives on hand and used green onion instead. Popped them in the toaster oven and it worked out great. Thank you for this recipe!
     

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