Pan seared scallops are one of the most common ways of preparing and serving sea scallops and bay scallops. There are many ways to serve pan seared scallops.
Some sea food lovers enjoy sea scallops pan seared with a lot of ingredients and added spices, while others enjoy it simply with only a few ingredients. Pan seared scallops are a favored starter in finer restaurants everywhere. Scallops served pan seared are also usually a part of main entrees, and can truly highlight any fine meal.
People everywhere are often trying to imitate how certain restaurants are serving their pan seared scallops. Pan seared scallop recipes are available in many cook books and on recipe web sites found all over the Internet.
One way to serve sea scallops is by rolling the scallops in bread crumbs before searing. Heat a large skillet and put in olive oil and butter and bring the scallops in. Turn the scallops until they are browned on each side, which would take about three to four minutes each. Once the scallops are taken out of the pan, squeeze a lemon over them and sprinkle with romano cheese.
Others prefer sea scallops wrapped in bacon and sprinkled with brown sugar before pan searing them, while others have a few other ways of pan searing scallops. But however one serves their sea scallops, they really are a treat and a memorable dish that one can enjoy in many different ways.