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Grilled Scallops with Fresh Tomato Salsa

Total time: 15 minutes
     Scallops only take a few minutes to cook They should just go from translucent to opaque.  If you cook them longer they can get tough. We do ours on the barbecue grill but a hot skillet would work just as easily.  Be careful not to crowd and have the pan or grill hot.  Sometimes they give off a bit of liquid and you want them to brown, not steam. These are flavored with chili powder and garlic and finished with a spicy Tomato Chili Salsa.

Grilled Scallops with Fresh Tomato Salsa Ingredients:

 Instructions:

Note:  Could also be quickly sautéed in a nonstick skillet over medium high heat for about the same amount of time.

Tomato Salsa

tomato salsa Ingredients:

 Instructions:

Note:  Any leftover salsa can be eaten with chips, crackers, whatever.... I just like to have some around!

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      Nutrition Information
     
Scallops
             

Recipe serves 2 
          Entire Recipe / per serving

Calories:  444 / 222
Total Carbohydrates:  11 / 5.5
          Dietary Fiber: 1 / .5
Total Fat: 16 / 8
         Saturated Fat: 2 / 1
Cholesterol:  116 / 58
Protein:  61 / 30.5
Calcium:  93 / 46.5
Sodium:   565 / 282.5

     Nutrition Information
     
Salsa
             

Recipe serves 2 
          Entire Recipe / per serving

Calories:  172 / 86
Total Carbohydrates:  35 / 17.5
          Dietary Fiber: 8 / 4
Total Fat: 1.5 / .75
         Saturated Fat:  .2 / .1
Cholesterol:  0 / 0
Protein:  5.5 / 2.75
Calcium:  67 / 33.5
Sodium:   807 / 403.5

General Technical Details and Disclaimer:

Measurements are actual measurements used for calculation. If there are no values the nutritional numbers were simply too small.

I try to be accurate, but I do not guarantee it.  I use 'grams' as the unit of weight; with an approximate conversion to ounces.

My information comes from my own digital, computerized scale and the USDA Nutrient Data Library: http://ndb.nal.usda.gov/