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stormy day---- Bacon Wrapped Scallops----- why not?

post #1 of 11
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too much rain to start any smoking,   so i gotta decide what to do with these scallops my brother dropped off for me?




(I'm turning the oven on) KIller is not happy about this at all!



 Why not make some bacon wrapped scallop cups to snack on during the Dolphin game?


Looks like i got the right ingredients!

WHOOPS that is not the right ingredient shot!!!:rotflmao:   but i like it!



that is the right one!   got MRS MiamiRick supervising in the background  




first off insert full slice of the bacon into the muffin pan and broil till about halfway cooked



then while that is in the broiler do a good pan sear on the scallops,  hot pan about 2 mins each side, (scallops are extra large so they are about 3/4 cooked now)

salt pepper and some old bay



take the bacon rings and wrap around the scallops and back into the muffin pan




I added some red chile pepper jelly on top,  not to hot and a nice little sweetness




then a nice hearty layer of seafood cheese spread, topped with slap yo moma seasoning, for the necessary heat needed



back into the oven an bake 400 at about 10 mins,  let that cheese melt and the scallops finish cooking while the bacon finishes off!   I need another glass of ingredient!!!


Time to eat!!!!    :drool:  



can't look any prettier than that



another cut shot



Go Dolphins,    i don't know if you guys follow the dolphins but that CALEB STURGIS is gonna be a pro bowl kicker!!


thanks for looking

post #2 of 11
Wow Rick those look and sound GREAT
post #3 of 11

Man them look great, nice job. Nice bro you have

post #4 of 11

Love seafood any way any how!  Looks delish!



post #5 of 11

WOW That look soooooooo good. wife saw it and say we have to try that...... but in the smoker. hehehe

post #6 of 11
Going to try these this weekend! Looks excellent

Although the fruity drink in the Guinness glass is all kinds of wrong!
post #7 of 11
I stink at cooking scallops. My wife and I love them but I always seem to overlook them. I should stop when I think they're ready but I always ask her and we end up cooking them a few more minutes and they are always tough. I can rock cooking any other kind of seafood you can think of but I stink with scallops. This looks good and fool proof though so we're going to give it a try.
post #8 of 11

Why on earth is this post in the side dish board.  Looks like a mighty fine main dish, especially if you chase it down with your beverage.  I might try this in the next couple days.  Thanks for sharing.

post #9 of 11
Ok so I did it, but I needed to add something else such as grilled artichokes:


Those scallops were simply unreal! Thanks for sharing the recipe.
post #10 of 11
Thread Starter 
Damn. That looks good. Nice touch with the artichokes
post #11 of 11

Nice job to both of you! Great twist on the same old Scallops wrapped in Bacon...JJ

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