Baked Scallops

During this time of social distancing, we have been routinely stocking our fridge with various frozen meats and fishes. I’ve been trying to only to go to the store every two weeks, so while I take a rough sketch of meal ideas with me, it truly all depends on what is available at that time and then usually defaults to our regular programming of tacos, burgers, and crock pot chicken. However, the other day while shopping I hit the jackpot and scored a bag of frozen scallops. While pricey, I treated my shopping cart to them just to change things up in our dinner plans.

I’ve been saving these for “a special occasion” but Tuesday night seemed good enough, so out of the freezer these babies came. I wasn’t really sure how I was going to cook them. Frozen fish can sometimes be hit or miss, but let me tell you – these nailed scrumptious on the head. A quick Google search of baked scallop recipes landed me on the base of mine (hailing from Dinner Then Dessert; however in an effort to add more flavor and use a few things up that have been lingering in our fridge – the following was born and given the household stamp of approval.

Baked Scallops with Bacon adapted version of
https://dinnerthendessert.com/baked-scallops/
original baked scallop recipe.
TBN version of Baked Scallops with Bacon

2 thoughts on “Baked Scallops

  1. Yes, they were frozen sea scallops I found at Harris Teeter awhile back. 🙂 They came out SO good! So easy too. Jay said they reminded him of the stuffed clams you make.

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  2. Brit, well that sounds delicious! Hoping I can find some scallops-were these sea scallops?

    On Tue, May 26, 2020 at 8:39 PM Three Birds Nest wrote:

    > threebirdsnest posted: ” During this time of social distancing, we have > been routinely stocking our fridge with various frozen meats and fishes. > I’ve been trying to only to go to the store every two weeks, so while I > take a rough sketch of meal ideas with me, it truly all depend” >

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