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Bacon-Wrapped Scallops with Chili Butter
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Good Lord, these are delicious.

http://thepioneerwoman.com/cooking/bacon...li-butter/
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Looking forward to trying those!
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Done'em many times this way but only on the grill and use thin bacon. It's a great and easy recipe. Tip: use a slower charcoal fire -or better yet indirect.

Downside: sea scallops ~ $20/lb. ?
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(06-16-2017, 11:02 PM)Riverdrifter Wrote: Done'em many times this way but only on the grill and use thin bacon. It's a great and easy recipe. Tip: use a slower charcoal fire -or better yet indirect.

Downside: sea scallops ~ $20/lb. ?

I used the broiler and that worked pretty well. Grilling over charcoal or wood probably does taste better.

You can get scallops that are a medium size at Aldi. They are frozen but all the seafood I have purchased at Aldi has been very good. They have pretty high standards on their products. The ones I had were a package of 10 scallops for $9.99. Fresh is almost always better but this was still pretty darn good.

Also, so you don't end up overcooking the scallops, you can partially cook the bacon just enough so it is flexible to wrap and then you get crispy bacon AND tender scallops.

I've never done the chili butter. That definitely can be used on tons of stuff.
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