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Scallop Ceviche

Ceviche is one of the most cooling of all summer salads and is inspired by the fiery cuisines of Latin America.

by Sarah Leah Chase


Tiradito of Scallops 

A tiradito is a slightly more uptown version of ceviche. The only real diffrence is that if the fish or seafood in a tiradito was a larg...

by Norman Van Aken


Broiled Scallops

Rinse the scallops under cold running water. Drain and dry thoroughly on paper towels. Dip the scallops in the milk or beer and then ...

by James Beard


Scallop Skewers

Scallops should be fresh and moist when you buy them. Don’t overcook them or they’ll become tough. These skewers go well with a light sal...

by Katie Chin and Leeann Chin


Blackened Sea Scallops, Green Onions, Roasted Tomatoes

The legendary Louisiana chef Paul Prudhomme started the blackening craze; the method calls for coating seafood or meat in a spice mixture...

by Bobby Flay


Coquilles St Jacques

This scallop dish is equally impressive as a main course or as an appetizer. Good with slices of warm crusty bread and a mixed or green s...

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner


Shrimp and Scallop Salad

The repertoire of classic French recipes abounds in cold lobster presentations, most often made with a mayonnaise-based sauce. This recip...

by Richard Grausman


Grilled Scallop and Shrimp Brochettes with Cilantro-...

These are lovely, and fun to eat with your fingers. Take care not to overcook the scallops and shrimp or they'll turn rubbery. The recipe...

by Gordon Ramsay

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Shrimp, Scallop, and Sugar Snap Pea Salad with Sesam...

This composed salad of plump shrimp, succulent scallops, sweet peas, and crisp cucumbers marinated in a sesame seed dressing is an appeal...

by Maryana Vollstedt



Espelette pepper is a mild type of chili pepper originally from the Espelette region in the south-of France. It is a staple in Basque coo...

by Liliane Otal


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