Was looking for a different recipe for scallops -- something without pasta or rice. The flavor profile for this recipe is interesting and surprising works well -- we enjoyed it. Only had red cabbage so that's what I used, but I think the red is little too 'sweet' and overpowered the flavor of the scallops. Next time will make with the green cabbage which I think will compliment the delicate flavor of the scallops.
I agree with the readers who think this is a better recipe served with pork instead of fish. By itself everything was tasty, but it is a very strange combination. Next time I try this recipe, I will make it with kielbasi instead of fish.
I thought the favors were weird. The scallops were good, the cabbage mixture was not very good.
This is a pleasant surprise. It was so good and easy to make. My husband liked and he wanted the butter, grilled/broiled version. So this will be used again.
Delicious. I made this for our monthly "I never made it before" dinner and it was a big hit. Will definitely made it again.
This dish was so easy to make and very tasty. I love scallops and can't wait to make this again. The cabbage was good and I liked the combo of bacon, apples and cabbage. Needs a dash more salt though.
easy to make. Make sure you add salt and pepper to taste on the cabbage slaw. favors went together very well will definitely make again.
Although interesting, low cal and a nice change, I thought it definitely lacked flavor. Would not make again.
Made this last night and served it with a side of brown rice. My 8 year old daughter couldn't get enough! I used baby scallops instead because they were cheaper and it turned out great!
I loved the combination of cabbage, apples, and bacon. Will try this recipe again with pork.
This is one dish where it just didn't come out the way I planned, it was total operator error. I over salted my dish which killed my scallops and did not have the best scallops as they didn't have any at the store. I'm going to try again with the Applewood Smoked Bacon and expensive scallops and see if its as good as everyone else has reviewed.
I thought the pairing of the cabbage and apple with the scallops was a little unusual, but it is delicious! I thought the flavor of the scallops really came through but was complemented by the vinegar. I love steamed cabbage, so that was perfect. This was my first time making scallops, and it was a winner.
One of the best recipes from Cooking Light ever. I used applewood smoked bacon which I think added to the flavor. This is one I'd happily make for company.
My husband does not like seafood, so I substituted pork. I bought 1 pound of thin-cut pork chops, which was 4 chops. So, each chop cut into four pieces was a "scallop equivalent." It brings the calorie count up to 300 per serving by my calculations.
The dish was great. I especially enjoyed the cabbage mix. In some ways the scallops seemed lost -- would probably also be good with a stronger flavored meat.
Another delicious, flavorful dish for people with a complex palette. Simple ingredients complement the scallops well and worth buying the best freshest scallops you can afford. Don't scrimp on the centerpiece of the dish.