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Scallop are a delicious mollusk that we tend to easily forget in our everyday cooking, yet it’s easy to prepare and delicious. They are a good source of zing, selenium, vitamin B12 and phosphorus.
This recipe only calls for the most basic of ingredients, yet will leave your taste buds very satisfied. If you don’t consume butter because of the traces of lactose and casein, consider making clarified butter (Ghee). You can also read my article on the place of dairy on a paleo diet for a detailed opinion on the subject. The nutty taste of the butter makes this lemon and garlic sauce really stand out. You rarely go wrong with seafood, lemon and garlic. Butter based sauces are always a ticket to success, but you can try this recipe with coconut oil if you like the taste and don’t fear being overwhelmed by it. You can even make it a coconut themed meal and sprinkle coconut flakes on top of the finished dish.
You can serve the scallops and the lemon and garlic sauce over any type of roasted or steamed vegetables. Asparagus and spinach are two vegetables that go very well with scallops. Their distinctive green color contrasts beautifully with the pure white of the scallops.
Look for wild sea scallops when shopping for the best quality and nutrition.
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