Mariscadora Small Scallops in Galican Sauce are a great choice for the seafood lover. Made with fresh, savory small scallops in a classic Galican sauce, this savory dish is sure to please your taste buds. With each serving providing 14g of protein, it's an easy and delicious way to satisfy your hunger.
- Product: Small scallops in galican sauce
- Origin: Galicia Spain (Hand Packed)
- Ingredients: Small scallops, sunflower oil, tomato, onion, spices and salt.
- Recommended use: As a tapa, in paella, pasta, salads
- Size: 110 gr (3.8 oz) Easy Open Can
The Small scallops in galican sauce story:
Small scallops from Spain, also known as zamburiñas, are a popular seafood delicacy in Galicia, a region in Northwest Spain. They are typically served in a tomato and paprika sauce called "Salsa Gallega". The scallops are cleaned individually by hand and then cooked in the sauce. The ingredients used in the sauce can vary, but typically include tomato, olive oil, onions, red pepper, hot paprika, black pepper, ground cloves, and salt. The scallops themselves are smaller than average scallops, about half the size. They have a tender texture and are appreciated for their unique flavor. Small scallops from Spain can be enjoyed warm with crackers and a glass of Galician Albariño wine. They can also be used in recipes such as Spanish Garlic Scallops, which are cooked with garlic and parsley.
Ways that Small scallops in galican sauce can be used:
- Served as a tapa: Small scallops from Spain are often served as a tapa, or small appetizer, in Spain. They can be served warm with a tomato and paprika sauce, as mentioned earlier, or simply grilled with a drizzle of olive oil and a sprinkle of sea salt.
- Added to paella: Paella is a Spanish rice dish that often includes seafood. Small scallops from Spain can be added to paella along with other seafood such as shrimp, mussels, and clams.
- Used in pasta dishes: Small scallops from Spain can be added to pasta dishes such as linguine with white wine and garlic sauce. They can also be used in seafood risotto.
- Grilled or broiled: Small scallops from Spain can be grilled or broiled with a drizzle of olive oil and a sprinkle of sea salt. They can be served as a main course or as a side dish.
- Added to salads: Small scallops from Spain can be added to salads for a protein boost. They pair well with greens such as arugula, spinach, and watercress.
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