are a costly but popular shellfish enjoyed the world over. The white meat found inside the shell is called the ‘scallop’ while the brightly coloured roe is often referred to as the ‘coral’.
Where do you find scallops?
The cold water shellfish can be found the world over and are often sold
British shores are awash with premium scallops. As the hand dived variety
How do you prepare and cook scallops?
Scallops can be pretty tricky to cook, to get the meat out the shells need prising apart using a shucking knife while the muscle, skirt and black stomach sack can be discarded. They will then need rinsing to wash off any sand or grit. Once they have been shucked scallops can be enjoyed pan fried, steamed or poached within a matter of minutes. If you choose to bake scallops they can take a little longer. Searing or pan frying
A general rule of thumb when cooking scallops
How do you eat scallops?
There are a number of ways scallops can be enjoyed the world over. In