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Tonite's dinner- Egged Scallop Gratins

BoogieBoogie Posts: 137
edited 12:12AM in EggHead Forum
So I will post this recipe sometime later when I work on it a little more, but this was extremely good. Got these little cast iron crocks on sale at Target and broke them in tonite. Scallops went in them with butter, parsley, shallots, garlic, and a good amount of lemon zest. Put in some bread crumbs, but I will probably reduce the amount later. The wife loved it. Also used Fidel's recipe for grilled romaine and dressing. I can not tell you how good that grilled romaine was. My wife said she would not like it, but she loved it. That will be a staple veggie dish from now on. Here are some pics.

This is just about 10 minutes left and the romaine is about to go on. And had to drink a Rogue Dead Guy Ale with the cook and dinner. What a great Saturday!! If only my new baby comes tonight could it be better.

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Romaine is on.

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Reaqdy to dig in. Topped the romaine with Fidel's dressing and some feta. Awesome!!

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Comments

  • deepsouthdeepsouth Posts: 1,796
    that looks phenomenal. can you post a link or fidel's romaine recipe?
  • gthomgthom Posts: 36
    Glad to see someone else drinks Rogue Dead Guy Ale.

    Its probably one of my favorite brews.....but it always makes me feel like rigimortus has set in the next morning.
  • BoogieBoogie Posts: 137
    deepsouth wrote:
    that looks phenomenal. can you post a link or fidel's romaine recipe?

    http://www.eggheadforum.com/index.php?option=com_simpleboard&func=view&id=415891&catid=1#
  • JLOCKHART29JLOCKHART29 Posts: 5,897
    Looks great and really like the cast crocks!! I got a couple Le Cresuet cast that would would work. Time and temp on them would be appreciated! ;)
  • Big'unBig'un Posts: 5,909
    I like those little CI crocks. The romaine looks great too! Nice Job!
  • EggtuckyEggtucky Posts: 2,746
    YUMMMM!..looks great Boogie and LOVE the crocks!! Gotta get a few of them!
  • BoogieBoogie Posts: 137
    JLOCKHART29 wrote:
    Looks great and really like the cast crocks!! I got a couple Le Cresuet cast that would would work. Time and temp on them would be appreciated! ;)

    I cooked them 25-30 minutes at 400. The scallops came out perfect.
  • StanleyStanley Posts: 623
    Dead Guy Ale - yummy. I have a photo ID Card identifying me as a member of the Rogue Nation. Gives me a discount on pints at any of their brew pubs, and I think I get a tee-shirt on my birthday. BTW, for any planning to attend the PNW Eggfest in September, the Issaquah Brew Pub is in the Rogue family. I'll definitely be there (flashing my card for discounts).
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