A new springtime dish that is fresh, light, and oh so delicious: scallops with cucumber salad & mascarpone cheese. Golden, seared scallops are spooned over creamy mascarpone, creating a really buttery, rich flavor combination. And then the crisp cucumber salad is the perfect contrast – full of avocado, radishes, scallions, snap peas, and lots of lemon. Continue reading “Scallops with Cucumber Salad & Mascarpone”
A special dinner for two: lemon butter scallops with greens and walnuts. Sea scallops are seared until golden brown, served with quickly wilted swiss chard, and topped with the simplest (yet most delicious) lemon butter sauce that’s flavored with a splash of chardonnay, a sweet touch of honey, briny capers, and crunchy walnuts. This dish comes together in no time and is absolutely perfect for a simple Valentine’s Day dinner! Continue reading “Lemon Butter Scallops with Greens & Walnuts”
Sharing a fun seafood recipe today that I’m officially naming the most essential dish of summer: seared scallops with sautéed corn, crispy bacon, and a vibrant chimichurri sauce. It’s simple, absolutely mouthwatering, and perfect for summer entertaining.
Today’s recipe is the perfect example of why I love cooking seared scallops. In just a few minutes…you can sear them, sit them on top of mascarpone, top them with lemony hazelnut butter, and feel like a million bucks.
Think super easy and approachable dinner, but super decadent and exciting all at the same time. That is exactly the best way to describe these seared scallops with bok choy & celery root puree.
These scallops with cherries & wilted greens are going to become your new must-make dish of the summer. They’re rich, buttery, and so easy to make.
Once I tried Glory Kitchen’s Provence nut and spice mix for the first time, I was hooked. So much flavor is packed into one little perfectly sized container. The Provence blend contains cashews, dried currants, flax seeds, onion and an intriguing blend of herbs (thyme, marjoram, basil and savory) with just a touch of sea salt to bring out the other flavors.