Baked Parmesan Scallops

Ready in 35 minutes
6 review(s) averaging 3.8. 80% would make again

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yummy and fast, these scallops are fabulous and fun! If your using frozen scallops, be sure they are thawed out all the way before prep.

"I used this recipe as part of a pasta dish. I made the scallops per the recipe, minus the parmesan, and then made angel hair pasta and sauteed asparagus with some olive oil and garlic. Then I added a little parmesan cheese on top. Absolutely delicious!!"

- bdizzle

Ingredients

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1/2 lbs medium-large scallops
1/4 cup plain bread crumbs
1 olive oil
1/4 cup white wine
2 tbsp parmesan; grated
salt and pepper

Original recipe makes 5

Servings  

Preparation

preheat oven to 350 degrees

rinse scallops and place in baking dish in one layer

sprinkle scallops with bread crumbs and drizzle with olive oil

spread crunbs so that they cover scallops

add wine and bake for 15 mins.

remove and turn on broiler

srinkle parmesan cheese and broil until cheese has melted and scallops are slightly brown.

season with salt and pepper

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I used this recipe as part of a pasta dish. I made the scallops per the recipe, minus the parmesan, and then made angel hair pasta and sauteed asparagus with some olive oil and garlic. Then I added a little parmesan cheese on top. Absolutely delicious!!
bdizzle 7 months ago
Didn't like it.. Came out mushy.
Kym1 1 year ago
Yum and easy! But be sure not to overcook.
jlburgart 2 years ago
VERY EASY Great taste, made me think of baked clams...but better B careful not to burn while broiling
Foodies2 2 years ago
ksrbirdlady 3 years ago
Easy
Bicci 4 years ago
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