You don't have to be a professional chef to make this fancy dish, but you'll definitely feel like one when it's finished. For a picture-worthy presentation, serve the scallops on top of wilted spinach, then sprinkle the plate with pomegranate seeds and a drizzle of bright red sauce.
These grilled shrimp and scallop skewers are a perfect make-ahead seafood meal for grilling season (especially when you've had more than your fill of burgers and brats). Marinated in tequila and served with a boozy jicama slaw, this entrée is ready for a backyard party with neighbors and friends.
Every party needs a showstopping appetizer, and these basil- and prosciutto-wrapped scallops are ready to take the spotlight. To make them even more special, serve these savory treats with a roasted red pepper aioli for dipping.
Trust us: Making homemade paella is much easier than taking a trip to Spain for the real thing—but just as tasty. Ready in just 25 minutes, this scallop, shrimp, and rice dish will leave you dreaming of the Spanish coast
When the leaves start changing color, it's time to make this scallop and barley grain bowl. You can make most of this dish in your slow cooker. Let the butternut squash, spinach, and barley simmer all day, then skillet-cook the scallops and add them to the mix just before serving.
Once you get a taste of this scallop and pecan main-dish salad, you'll never go back to plain spinach again. Top it off with a warm homemade dressing for a hint of sweet and spicy flavor to complement the subtle scallop flavor. Is your mouth watering yet?
These scallops are definitely here to party. Puree pineapple and mango together to make each shot of tequila a little sweeter, then garnish each glass with a few mango cubes and a seared scallop
Scallops might be smaller than some other types of seafood, but you can still fill them with a fresh, crisp stuffing. Use pistachios, fennel leaves, and parsley to make the gremolata filling, then serve the grilled scallops with arugula and orange slices.
You can never go wrong with creamy, dreamy Alfredo sauce. Adding scallops to the mix makes this pasta entrée an extra-special treat. It's not all decadence, though—using whole wheat pasta and stirring in a full pound of asparagus makes this indulgent meal a little healthy, too.
Grab your chopsticks: This scallop and noodle salad is inspired by Asian flavors. Sesame oil, fresh ginger, and yuzu peel all play a role in bringing big flavors to this easy noodle bowl. Adding cucumber and sesame seeds at the end gives it some crunch.
If you're craving seafood, this stew is a must. We can't imagine a dish with more seafood than this—it's loaded with shrimp, tilapia, scallops, and mussels. Mix and match your favorites, or make this stew with the freshest seafood available—clams, calamari, and crab are all great substitutions.
Seared scallops are just one of the four components in this complete dinner recipe. Add plenty of color and nutrition to your plate by serving scallops with an orange salad, wilted spinach, and quinoa with raisins and pine nuts.
Angel hair pasta with homemade pesto is good, but adding seared scallops to your plate makes it even better. Finish with a sprinkle of Parmesan cheese to make this home-cooked meal restaurant-worthy.
Homemade piri piri serves as both a marinade and a sauce in this yummy grilled scallops recipe. Serve over a sweet and savory spinach-pineapple salad (with bacon bits!) to turn grilled scallops from an easy appetizer into a satisfying meal.
Since scallops are a little sweet on their own, pairing them with pineapple is an easy choice. A quick marinade with jalapeno peppers keeps these grilled skewers from becoming too sweet. You can also serve the extra sauce on the side for anyone craving even more heat.
Scallops and salsa may not sound like a match made in heaven, but this homemade tomatillo salsa will have you convinced that it's meant to be. While the scallops marinate, you'll have plenty of time to whip up the salsa so it's ready to go when the scallops come off the grill.
If you want to let scallops be the star of the show, this is the recipe for you. Before broiling, season the scallops with a simple mix of butter, pepper, and paprika, then serve with a refreshing dill sauce.