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Scallops? We're talking about scallops?

anezanez Posts: 122
edited August 2012 in Seafood
To quote allen iverson (kind of) we're talking about scallops for dinner. Have four big fresh ones but have never done them on green egg or anything else in my life.

I've done some research and see that some have done them at 500 degrees direct for no more than 2 mins on each side. 

Anyone have any advice on a good spicy rub to toss on 'em

Also any advice would be great as we give these a shot in a few hours. 

Thanks!

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  • Richard FlRichard Fl Posts: 8,008
    edited August 2012
    I would cook them in a hot cast iron pan with some ghee and little lemon, salt,pepper.  Few minutes per side and done.  I like to do them on a Himalayan salt block, but that is probably not in your inventory YET!
  • anezanez Posts: 122
    not yet! tho i did just get a new cast iron grid! thanks for the tips
  • nolaeggheadnolaegghead Posts: 17,920
    That's how I do them.  No lemon until after I cook though, and last time I used goat butter.  I generally don't clarify my butter for pan frying, don't mind if it gets brown.
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