Scallops

Popular as a starter, scallops are good for your DNA and for giving you energy

Scallops nutritional information
Low FODMAP:
Yes
Allergens:
Molluscs

Cooking tips

Scallops can become rubbery if overcooked so require a very quick cooking time. 


Our favourite way of cooking them is to simply pan fry with some butter, garlic and chilli. 

What are the health benefits of Scallops?

Popular as a starter, scallops are good for your DNA and for giving you energy. They have a mild sweet flavour with a soft fleshy texture that is quite unlike most shellfish. 

 

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Cooking method set to: Raw

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Portion size set to: 100 g