Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Happy to Cook Scallops with Orange and Leeks

The scallops with orange and leeks are soft, elegant on the palate, and it's a light snack and nutritious, has so many qualities that only need to put more than one scallop per diner, because many will be left wanting more.

Encourage one to try this recipe today joins Cook Happy to your section, and do not fail to say whether you liked it, if you have done some variation ... 4 scallops, 2 oranges, 2 leeks, ginger, extra virgin olive oil , salt and sesame. Squeeze one of the oranges, reserving its juice and make the skin very thin strips, avoiding the white.

Blanched in boiling water for a couple of minutes. Clean the leeks and the most tender, cut into cylinders of about 6-7 cm., And then into thin strips lengthwise. In a skillet, with a little olive oil, sauté for 3-4 minutes. Add the orange peel strips of bleached, orange juice, a little ginger, and cook over low heat until fully reduce the orange juice.

Cut live the second of the oranges and reserve branches. In a plate with a few drops of olive oil, scallops make a couple of minutes on each side and reserve. In a mortar, grind a tablespoon of sesame seeds with a pinch of salt. Season the scallops and leek strips / orange Having a background in the plate strip of leek / orange, scallops and add some orange slices.

Dress with a string of extra virgin olive oil.

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