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Saturn V Seared Scallops

This was the very first dish we prepared on our permanent Rocket Stove.

Pre heat cast iron skillet:

Add just enough olive oil to coat bottom of skillet. Once oil is hot (it will shimmer or test with a pinch of breading – it will sizzle), place breaded scallops in skillet and brown on both sides.

Remove skillet from rocket stove and squeeze lemon over scallops.

Top scallops with Parmesan cheese.

Cover and allow cheese to melt.

Served with Grilled asparagus:

Saturn V Seared Scallops

Yields 2-3 servings

1 lb. Sea Scallops

1/2C Bread Crumbs (we used seasoned, but could use plain)

Olive Oil

1 Lemon, halved (or quartered for easier handling)

1/4C Grated Parmesan Cheese

1 bundle asparagus, grilled

1 bottle White Wine (we recommend Sterling Chardonnay, feel free to adjust qty)

Pre heat cast iron skillet. While skillet is heating, bread scallops. Add just enough olive oil to coat bottom of skillet. Once oil is hot, place breaded scallops in skillet and brown on both sides.

Remove skillet from rocket stove and squeeze lemon over scallops. Sprinkle scallops with Parmesan cheese. Cover skillet to allow cheese to melt.

Divide scallops among serving plates, spooning remainder of melted cheese mixture over scallops. Serve with a side of grilled asparagus or vegetable of your choice and white wine.

ENJOY!

 

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