1. Escallops synonyms, Escallops pronunciation, Escallops translation, English dictionary definition of Escallops
2. How to cook Mediterranean Sauced Chicken Escallops
3. Veal Escallops with Tomato Sauce Recipe : Evenly flatten the Escallops
4. Dust the Escallops in the seasoned flour, dip in the egg coating and cover in bread crumbs
5. What does Escallops mean? Plural form of escallop
6. ‘About the only tangible connection is the coat of arms (containing the three Escallops of the Graham Clan).’
7. Argent two bars in chief three Escallops Azure
8. At the Battle of Boroughbridge in 1322, Sir Richard de Holland bore, Azure, semé of Escallops and a Lion Rampant, Argent
9. More famous is the coat of Lord Dacre, Gules, three Escallops Argent
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11. For starters we had Vodka Prawns and Aam Kasundi soaked Chicken Escallops
ESCALLOPS [əˈskäləp, əˈskaləp]
variants: or escallop shell. plural -s. Definition of escallop (Entry 2 of 2) : a decoration in the form of a scallop shell specifically : a scallop-shell device in heraldry usually borne as a charge with the fluted edge downward and the convex side toward the viewer.
to bake (food cut into pieces) in a sauce or other liquid, often with crumbs on top; scallop. to bake (fish, potatoes, etc.) in scallop shells. scallop. Heraldry. a representation of a scallop shell, traditionally associated with pilgrimages and crusades. Think you remember last week’s words?
Where Do Scallops Come From? Bay scallops are typically found in bays, estuaries, and shallow waters on the East Coast, living in the reedy seagrasses. Many scallops that are consumed in the U.S. are imported from China and Mexico, as their domestic populations have dwindled in recent decades.
Inside the shell, scallops have a white adductor muscle (the part we to eat) that opens and closes the shell, as well as a bright orange section called the coral. The muscle is round and tender when cooked, with both a touch of sweetness and briny saltiness. The coral is also edible, but is not typically consumed in the U.S.