Requiring only minutes to cook, grilled scallops are sizzling with juicy flavor. In these easy seafood recipes for grilled scallops, brushed-on glazes and flavored oils add to the smoky magic.See Popular Grilled Scallops Recipes
This is a take on the more-familiar shrimp remoulade. However, in this case we want the bold grilled flavor to come through, so we use the remoulade sauce as a dipping sauce, much like you would a cocktail sauce. If you prefer, you could toss everything together and serve it over shredded lettuce in the style of a New Orleans lunch.
This elegant dish is perfect for a special occasion. It looks and tastes sophisticated yet is simple to prepare.
Use a foolproof foil packet to cook a trio of simply delicious seafood.
Michael Psilakis uses a grilled, sliced scallop as the "bread" in his playful version of a finger sandwich, filled with plums, prosciutto, and pea tendrils and topped with Greek yogurt. He says, "It's English high tea meets crazy Greek chef."
The homemade tartar sauce for these broiled or grilled scallops is altogether different and so much better than the sauce that comes in a jar. Serve it with any cooked fish or shellfish.
To go with grilled scallops, Marcia Kiesel creates her own version of salsa verde by combining sweet honeydew and buttery avocado in a fruit salsa (yes, avocado is a fruit). The salsa is what wine geeks call "round in flavor," meaning it's not too tart or tangy, and it would be excellent with an equally "round" oaked California Chardonnay.
In addition to the salty, sweet, sour, and spicy flavors that spark Thai cooking, this dish features one more: basil, with its peppery, clove-like flavor. These delicious scallops let you sample the whole spectrum of Thai tastes.
The scallops are served over a fennel and orange salad in this flavorful dinner recipe.
Grill skewers of fresh pineapple, rich avocado and tender scallops for a quick and easy meal that takes your taste buds to the tropics.
A garlic-lemon sauce coats the scallops, squash and avocado salad, making this great grilled meal cohesive. Serve with a side of brown rice or quinoa.
Grilled under a watchful eye to avoid overcooking, these skewers are a snap to prepare. A light lemon-and-herb marinade allows the sweet, succulent flavor of the scallops to shine. Be sure to purchase sea scallops, which are a good size for kebabs.
These super easy main dish seafood kabobs make for a fresh low-calorie dinner.
A refreshing salad of cucumbers and roasted cashews makes a nice contrast to these smoky scallops. You can make the salad and scallop skewers up to 8 hours in advance; cover separately and store in the refrigerator until you're ready to grill.
Here, Chinese fermented black beans are stir-fried with garlic and ginger, flavor-enhanced with Chinese or Japanese rice wine, and blended into a delicate puree that makes a delicious dip to complement all sorts of grilled seafood, including plump sea scallops. Sweet mirin counterbalances the saltiness of the beans.
"Yakitori" is a Japanese word that literally means "grilled bird," a reference to chicken bits on skewers in a sticky/salty sauce. The sauce itself is so favored that it has come to be known as "yakitori." Here we make yakitori with scallops, mushrooms and scallions. Don't overcook these scallops; just a few minutes over the heat will do the trick.