Cajun Scallops

  • NCYankee Posted: 02/27/11
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    Outstanding! Very hot! The spiced caramelized onions are brilliant. We used a seafood hot sauce that resembles a habanero version of cocktail sauce. (If you are in Nags Head NC, visit Tortuga's Lie and buy a bottle of hot sauce after you eat.)

  • LoKo2227 Posted: 02/14/10
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    Great & easy to make

  • novaca99 Posted: 11/14/09
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    I only used a third of an onion chopped. Used bay scallops. This was outstanding. I will definitely make again

  • Emerick Posted: 01/30/11
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    I made these for a dinner party and they were a hit. I would recommend and make again.

  • KitchenMaster Posted: 08/09/11
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    VERY tasty! I also added two portabello mushroom caps sliced thin, when I added the onion. I didn't have hot sauce, so substituted tobasco sauce and used only a tiny bit. Served with rice/pea/carrot blend. Very quick and most of the ingredients I had on hand. Will definately make again and again.

  • travelchickie Posted: 10/09/11
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    I put the scallops on a bed of spinach and it was delicious and spicy. I used 1 tbspn of hot sauce but next time will use 2. We like it hot!

  • MrsFG123 Posted: 07/18/12
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    I made this for my husband - he loved it. Served it over a blanket of herb potatoes.

  • lose30now Posted: 03/28/13
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    I even cooked it with talipia and some spinach as side dish

  • McKinney Cook Posted: 05/27/12
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    So easy, yet incredibly tasty. I'll be making this again and again. Got raves from my family.

  • daduk1 Posted: 12/29/12
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    One word for this recipe - delicious! Tried this dish last night and we really loved the taste. Used 1 lb. scallops but followed the rest of the recipe as stated. This dish packs a little heat, but you can control that by how much hot sauce you use. Served with Buffalo Rice and garlic glazed green beans. YUM!

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