Wild-Caught Maine Scallops
$138 + $30 shipping surcharge
+ $ shipping surcharge
Fresh off the boat.
Sweet, silky, slightly briny scallops are an incredible treat—and one we like to have on-hand for last-minute entertaining. These scallops are flash-frozen the minute they come off the boat in Maine, so they retain their delicate flavor and texture. Simply defrost in the refrigerator, remove the side muscle (which can be tough—but is a great indication of these scallops’ quality), and get cooking! We like to prepare these simply, to let the wonderful flavor of the scallops shine.
Photography by Ty Mecham & Julia Gartland
Details & Materials -
Wild-caught sea scallops, vacuum sealed and frozen fresh with no additives or added saltwater.
Two 2 pound bags (4 pounds total)
Care & Notes -
Scallops should be fully thawed before cooking. To prepare scallops, remove small side muscle and pat dry. Scallops are fully cooked when their meat appears opaque white.
Meet the Maker
Greenhead Lobster’s seafood is some of the freshest frozen we’ve ever encountered. Harvested by a dedicated fleet of local Stonington, ME lobstermen and women (many of whom have been in the business for generations), their catches are immediately prepared, packed, and shipped—bringing the fresh taste of the sea right to your kitchen.View Full Profile
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