User Login
Seared sea Scallops with orange
Seared sea Scallops with orange
4.1
4 Reviews.
Time:
Prep:
Cook:
Price:
Diff.:
A homemade recipe for perfect snacked seared sea scallops the French way. To get the right combination of a crispy golden-brown surface with a fresh tender scallop the best way is to snack them in a frying pan. Here the scallops are accompanied with an orange compote and cooked leek.

Ingredient List for 2 servings:
Button
6 Scallops
Button
2 Oranges
Button
1 Shallot onion
Button
3 Leeks
Button
3 tablespoons Butter
Button
1 pinch Salt
Button
1 pinch Pepper
Instructions:
Button
Start to prepare the leek fondue by cutting the leek in half. Then cut in thin slices.
Button
Cut the shallot onion in thin slices.
Button
Melt the butter in a frying pan and cook the leek and shallot onion on low heat for 20 minutes.
Button
Time to make the orange compote by start to peel the oranges.
Button
Cut in small cubes and pour in a casserole. Collect the juice as well and add 1 tablespoon of butter.
Button
Cook on low heat for a few minutes.
Button
Time to take care of the scallops. Remove the coral. Wash well and let them dry.
Button
Heat up a frying pan with 1 tablespoon of butter and snack the scallops 1-2 minutes on each side. They should be golden brown on the surface but tender on the inside.
Button
Serve immediate 3 scallops per plate together with the leek and orange compote.
A selection of recipes from the same country.
This recipe is from France
This version of the Christmas cookies bredele is a bit different than the most common ones that you will find in the region Alsace in France during Christmas time. Every family have their own tradition of which cookies are to be consider as classical for them. These pumpkinseed cookies can be made six to eight weeks before Christmas. This way they can be kept in a tin box, to let them get the right consistence before they will be eaten.
A terrine is really easy to make and resemble old traditional country food your grandparents use to serve. This one is maybe not the most common one but really delicious. It is best served cold as a starter, or a side dish together with pickles and and potatoes.
The perfect homemade hamburger that is both easy and fast to prepare. The difference with this hamburger is that you use goat cheese, which gives it a little French touch to it. When you make your burger yourself, you can choose how well cooked you like it to be, and how melted the goat cheese should be.
Translate
Translation
Below you can chose which language you would like to have the page translated to,

This service is provided by Google Translate.