These North Atlantic Frozen Sea Scallops provide you with delicious scallops that taste like you went and got them straight from the North Atlantic yourself.
Wild Scallops Shucked At Sea
These Atlantic sea scallops are caught in the wild, have been shucked at sea and rinsed with seawater to remove any sand and grit. After that, they've been quick-frozen to maintain peak freshness. Once you pop open a bag of these scallops you'll see they are as plump and fresh as the ones you would eat at an oceanside restaurant.
Are There Any Preservatives?
No, North Atlantic Sea Scallops are dry scallops that contain no added chemicals or preservatives.
What Does U.S. Grade A Mean?
These North Atlantic Sea Scallops are marked with the U.S. Grade A stamp to show their quality. Specifically, the U.S. Grade A stamp signifies that these fresh scallops meet the highest quality established by the U.S. Grade Standards, and have been processed and inspected by the USDC Seafood Inspection Program in an approved sanitary facility. Any product marked with the U.S. Grade A stamp, like these Atlantic sea scallops, have undergone the extra steps necessary to achieve approval for their product.
The Best Way To Cook Sea Scallops
The best cooking method for North Atlantic Sea Scallops is to prepare them first with a light seasoning of salt and pepper (to your taste, of course), then to heat up butter in a pan and sear the fresh scallops in the pan over medium-high heat. After you finish searing the Atlantic sea scallops, sprinkle them with capers (if you like) and squeeze a little bit of lemon to really bring out all of the flavor the fresh scallops have to offer. Bon appétit!