Healthy Scallops Penne Rigate

Healthy Scallops Penne Rigate

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Ingredients

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1 lg Tomato; diced
1/2 lb Bay scallops
1 bn Scallions; chopped (1 cup)
1/2 ts Italian seasoning
1/4 c Grated Parmesan; fresh
romano cheese
8 oz Penne Rigate Pasta (Ziti)
3 tb olive oil
1 c fresh mushrooms; Sliced
1 md Onion; diced
2 tb Garlic; (minced)
1/2 ts Garlic pepper seasoning

Original recipe makes 2

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Preparation

Garnish diced tomato with italian seasoning and set aside at room temperature. Prepare penne rigate according to instructions on box. MEANWHILE: heat oil in medium skillet. Add onions and scallions and cook over medium heat 3-4 minutes stirring frequently to avoid browning. Stir in mushrooms and lower heat to medium low. Add minced garlic, garlic pepper seasoning, and scallops (including liquid). Stir constantly to ensure even heating for approx 5-6 minutes. Do not overcook. Divide pasta between 2 warmed plates. Top with scallop mixture including all liquid. Top with diced tomatoes and garnish with grated parmesan and romano. Serve immediately. Total preparation time 25 minutes. Source: Patricia E. Beuerlein Posted to MM-Recipes Digest V3 #324 Date: Tue, 26 Nov 1996 11:50:27 -0800 From: Dave Giger

Healthy Scallops with Penne photo by grillin123 grillin123

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Simple enough to make, but not a whole lot of flavor. I will definitely use the tomato/Italian season mix for other dishes, though.
Bluve27 1 year ago
Great dish!
grillin123 4 years ago
I used spinach linguini instead and fresh chives instead of scallions. Flovor was pretty good
Oldladykatie 4 years ago
lisabowden 6 years ago
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