Spicy Sea Scallop Skewers with Mint Yoghurt Sauce #SundaySupper

Its the Labor Day Weekend and also the last weekend before school starts!September is here and very soon we’ll see the cooler crisp air in the mornings and evenings.Summer gradually making way for Fall.So while we still have some heat, lets just enjoy these last few days by having some barbecue fun with our favorite veggies,meats or seafood.For me it has to be Sea Scallops since I love them!Sea Scallops are one of the most nutritious seafoods out there and are packed with Vitamin B12,a necessary nutrient for cardiovascular health and Omega 3 Fatty acids.They are available fresh or frozen.You could use either for this recipe.Trader Joe’s sells these frozen Jumbo Sea Scallops that I’ve used here and they taste great.I just let them defrost before they’re ready to be used.

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I like to have some spice, some heat on my seafood and that brings me to our recipe today.My Spicy Sea Scallops are of course spicy,but also fun to eat since I’ve got them on skewers.I’ve used the flat side of my griddle pan to get a nice sear on both sides, but you could also grill them directly on the grill for those lovely marks!

Spice Mix for Spicy Sea Scallops

The spice mix I’ve used here consists of Garam Masala,Cumin and Red Chili powder.The Sea Scallops are coated with the spice on one side before going into the skewers so as to not overpower the sweet delicate flavors and they taste absolutely delicious!I serve this with a cooling Mint Yoghurt Sauce that just balances the heat and also pairs nicely with all the flavors going on.

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The hubby is trying to cut down on his carbs and found this dish perfect with some fresh salad for his meal.You could also serve this as an appetizer for your next party!

Spicy Sea Scallop Skewers with Mint Yoghurt Sauce

Ingredients

    For the Sea Scallops
  • Sea Scallops-8
  • Garam masala-2 tbsp
  • Ground Cumin-1 tsp
  • Red Chili powder or paprika-1/4 tsp
  • Lemon-cut into wedges
  • Salt-to taste
  • For the Mint Yoghurt Sauce
  • Mint-1/2 cup chopped
  • Yoghurt-1/2 cup
  • Garlic-1 minced
  • Salt- to taste

Instructions

  1. In a bowl mix the spices.
  2. Coat the scallops on one side with the spices and arrange on skewers.
  3. Heat the flat side of your oiled griddle pan.
  4. Place the skewers and let them cook on medium high for about 2 minutes per side.Look for a lovely sear.
  5. Mix all the ingredients for the mint yoghurt sauce.
  6. Arrange the skewers on top of some fresh salad and serve with the sauce.
  7. Squeeze some lemon juice all over.

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Comments

  1. Diana @EatMoveShine says

    These look and sound amazing! I’ve always been a little hesitant to try scallops, but I’m completely inspired now!!! I’ll look for them at TJs, and can’t wait to try this delicious and healthy combination of flavors.

  2. says

    I didn’t know that Sea Scallops are rich in vitamin B12 and I need more B12. Also I am shy towards scallops. lol I don’t really eat those things but I would be ready to try your spicy version Soni. Next time you come to India you can make me some, what do you think? =P
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