Recipe by Gabsmom
"This sweet and salty, melt-in-your-mouth appetizer is sure to please anyone!"
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low sodium soy sauce
sea scallops, halved
smoked bacon, halved
Absolutely Divine!!! This is the easiest most forgiving recipe for scallops I have found! Our family loves, loves, loves these.... Simple, quick and convenient for a weeknight supper as for the company table. A note of caution for those that don't normally cook scallops: Do not over marinate as they will turn rubbery. Try this, I GUARANTEE you will not be disappointed!!!!
while the marinade was fantastic, the scallops were not a hit at my recent dinner party. not too difficult to make at all,when following the time to a "T" the scallops did not come out chewy! would be a great recipe to add for those who love to try new food, or love all varieties of seafood. not a great choice with finicky, choosy, or nervous eaters.
I make these every so often to ensure I don't get tired of them and they're awesome. I don't use the mustard because I've never liked it, and I think they turn out really well without it. My only advice would be not to over-marinade the scallops; 20 minutes would be fine. Otherwise they have a strange texture. Thank you for your recipe!
I did not think this would end up good but it was!!!! I would say that you have to decide how sweat you want it and choose marinade time. Overnight gets very sweat and overly hides the seafood taste. 3 hours gets it about in the middle and still able to tast the scallops
This is an awesome recipe, but I would not recommend marinating the scallops as long as written - there is a high chance they'll go rubbery on you. I marinated mine for about 15 minutes and they were perfect. Thanks for the recipe!
This recipe is excellent! I make this all the time for dinner parties and everyone loves them. When ever I tell people the scallops are marinated, they're like "is that why they taste so good?". My husband eats these like they're going out of style which is why I have to make a ton!
Wow, what an excellent recipe! Plus, it was unbelievably easy. I substituted turkey bacon and sugar free maple syrup to keep it light and was thrilled with the results. I used the frozen scallops from Publix. They're great to have in handy in the freezer for a quick easy meal.
These were so tasty! They were sweet and savory and we served them nice and hot. They are almost a melt in your mouth texture. Everyone kept asking if there were more long after they had all been eaten. Use a good quality thick cut bacon for the best results. Though any bacon will still work. These will be a huge hit with anyone who like bacon or scallops. You have got to try these!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Marinated Scallops Wrapped in Bacon
Serving Size: 1/24 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 24
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 19
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