With a little know how you too can cook restaurant-quality scallops dishes at home. When cooking, scallops should not be cooked for long. 3 to 4 minutes is usually enough because they quickly start to become tough, dry and flavourless. Small scallops can be cooked whole but larger ones should be cut into pieces or slices. The beauty of scallops is they can be eaten raw or cooked and are simply delicious with just a little lemon juice. They are great for sashimi or ceviche. Prepared in a wide variety of ways, they can be grilled, poached, breaded, sautéed, steamed, fried, marinated, or cooked au gratin. The ovenproof shells can also be used as cooking or serving dishes.
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