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Ginger Honey Scallops

Wild-caught sea scallops are one of my favorite sea foods.  When they have been cooked just right, they have a delicate flavor and a firm texture that avoids the “chewiness” often associated with other shellfish.  There are a lot of ways they can be prepared, but with only six ingredients (including the scallops), this recipe is one of the easiest I’ve run across.

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Jalepeno Ginger Prawns & Scallops

I love the flavor and texture of many seafoods – especially wild sea scallops and tiger prawns.  Prepared by searing quickly at high heat, just to the point of being cooked through, they go well with a marinade using citrus – especially lime.  And two flavors that complement lime in a good seafood marinade are ginger and jalapeño.  For a real treat, cook them over a fire of alder wood (chips or pellets work too) to add just a touch of mild smokiness…

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