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Steamed scallops with garlic, chili, glass noodles One other fast & straightforward dish …

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🦪 Steamed scallops with garlic, chili, glass noodles

⏰ One other fast & straightforward dish prepared in beneath 15 minutes!

Strolling up and down the grocery retailer aisles is one among my favorite actions. Just lately, I got here throughout a vacuum sealed and frozen pack of scallops on the half shell and I assumed, wow how handy, let’s do that! Clearly the feel is just not similar to a reside scallop however style clever I’d say very related!

What you will want:
Scallops (shell, no shell , frozen, not frozen, all works)
Garlic, diced
Chili, minimize small
Inexperienced onion, garnish
Glass noodles, 1 bundle

Season: rooster inventory, shaoxing wine, soya sauce or any mixture (I solely used rooster inventory right now)

Methodology:
1. Soak glass noodles in scorching water for 10 minutes.
2. Take away scallop from shell, if utilizing, and place noodles beneath scallop.
3. Warmth oil over excessive warmth and fry garlic & chili till brown & crispy then spoon over scallop.
4. Spoon over rooster inventory, shaoxing wine, soya sauce to your liking and season with salt & pepper.
5. Steam for five minutes over excessive warmth then high with inexperienced onions & serve.

Notes:
For those who’re on any type of elimination weight loss plan/have restrictions, take note of the substances on the glass noodles.. I’d say 99% of them include some type of pea starch / potato starch / even corn starch. It took me awhile to seek out this model which is made from solely mung bean.

You will discover I did not put quantities for a lot of issues on this recipe as a result of you possibly can simply regulate kind of relying how spicy you need it or how a lot you want garlic.

P.s. You are able to do this actual dish however with butterflied shrimp!
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