Alaska Scallops (20-30 count) 1.25 lb pack
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Our scallops are frozen and vacuum-sealed in 1.25 lb. packages. They are shucked, cleaned, and ready to be prepared after thawing. These medium scallops are 20-30 count, which means there are 20 to 30 scallops per pound.
Frozen, vacuum-sealed scallops can be stored in your freezer for several months. Frozen scallops can be thawed under refrigeration about 12 to 16 hours before preparation. The vacuum-sealed packages can also be ran under cold water to speed this up considerably
A one pound package of scallops would be good for 3 to 4 people. That would serve 6 to 8 scallops per person.
Scallops are more than 80 percent protein! One 3-ounce serving provides 20 grams of protein and just 95 calories. They are also a powerhouse of healthy omega-3 fatty acids. Scallops are an excellent source of a very important nutrient for cardiovascular health, vitamin B12. They're also a good source of both magnesium and potassium, two other nutrients that provide significant benefits for the cardiovascular system.
FishEx only offers "dry-packed" Alaska scallops that are all-natural and contain no water-absorbing phosphates.
Alaska scallop fishing began in 1967 around Kodiak Island. Currently, Alaska's scallop fishery is from Cape Spencer to Yakutat. Crews run 2 dredges while shucking, washing, and icing scallops around the clock.
These premium frozen-at-sea, wild scallops from Alaska are superior to the phosphate-treated scallops that are commonly found in US grocery stores. Our scallops have a notable natural sweetness. These bite-sized morsels sear & caramelize wonderfully!
Toss them with your favorite pasta, or bread & deep-fry them up for a spectacular Alaska treat. At FishEx, we only sell 100% all-natural scallops, so you can buy with confidence, and know you are getting the very best!
Size-grade: 20 to 30 scallops per pound.
20 lb CASE - Alaska Scallops (20-30 count).