Kelleybee's Low-Fat Scallops over Linguine

"This is a very tasty recipe for those who love scallops but must prepare them in a low-fat manner. This recipe has a total of 2 tablespoons fat spread over 6 servings."
 
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Ready In:
35mins
Ingredients:
10
Serves:
4-6
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ingredients

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directions

  • Prepare linguine according to package directions.
  • In sautée pan or large skillet, heat butter and olive oil over medium heat.
  • Add minced garlic, stirring.
  • Immediately go to next step.
  • Add scallops, stirring constantly.
  • Cook until opaque (approx 2 minutes).
  • Remove scallops while retaining juices in skillet.
  • Add lemon juice and stock to skillet.
  • Bring to a boil and cook, reducing liquid to
  • 5 cups (approx 8-10 minutes).
  • Once liquid is reduced, add onions, parsley and dill, reducing heat.
  • Simmer, uncovered, for approx 1 minute.
  • Add scallops back to the skillet and heat through.
  • Pour scallops and all liquid over linguine and serve.
  • Pepper to taste (optional).
  • Garnish with fresh grated romano cheese (optional, as this will add more fat).

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Reviews

  1. I had beautiful diver scallops and wanted to try something other than just searing them. I'm glad I chose this recipe. You can't even tell they were low fat, plus I used whole wheat pasta. It was as good if not better than at a fancy seafood restaurant. Thank you for sharing this wonderful recipe with us.
     
  2. Tasty and deliciouso! W are trying real hard to incorporate lower fat products into our main meals.I just purchased some scallops at the fish market and this is the perfect recipe for them. I make a very similar recipe but with additional fat so needed smething similar yet better for us. Very nice! We did not miss the fat too much LOL. QAlthough the richness is not there the taste is great and it is better for you. Served over bow tie noodle (had on hand) with grated parm cheese over chop (made with skim milk)<br/>Thank you
     
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From Pennsylvania. Married to wonderful husbad, Todd. Mother of two: Clint and Ryan. My greatest enjoyment comes from homeschooling. I love teaching my children myself. We also enjoy learning about and growing closer to the Lord Jesus.
 
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