soup Or Chowder
There is nothing like curling up with a hot bowl of soup or chowder on a cold day.
Our scallops are a fantastic addition to your favourite soup or chowder. Simple place frozen scallops into your soup while its simmering and the soup will cook your scallops for you. Depending on what type of chowder you are making, I typically put these in as the last step. We then serve the chowder as soon as the scallops are ready.
Left Over Fish Chowder
This is my go to soup/chowder recipe and it uses up all those left overs. We are a big fish/seafood eating family and always seem to have odd bits of fish left over.
Sauté up some onions until they are translucent. I often add some cut up celery as well at this step
Add in your favourite home made or store bought broth. I tend to use a bit of both and typically prefer chicken broth.
Once hot, add whatever left overs you have in the house. I often add things like potatoes, mashed potatoes, broccoli, carrots, any seafood (make sure to take out any bones first).
Add your preferred seasonings. I often like to add some pepper, sale, savoury and whatever herbs I have one hand.
When you soup is near completed, add the frozen scallops. Let your simmering soup cook them (usually only takes 5 minutes).
I prefer cream based soups. When the scallops are cooked, I add a can of condensed milk or coconut milk. Allow it to simmer a few more minutes and serve.