King Oyster Scallops in Garlic Butter

AuthorElisa Booker
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Highly impressive dinner party starter! Adapted from The Edgy Veg recipe.
(Highly recommend using the discarded pieces of mushroom to make 'bacon' to sprinkle on top - see separate 'king oyster mushroom bacon' for instructions.)

Yields2 Servings

For the Scallops
 3 large oyster mushrooms
 240 ml veg broth
 2 tbsp white miso
 1 tbsp soy sauce
 1 sheet nori (ripped into a few pieces)
 1 tbsp olive oil
 100 ml white wine
For the Sauce
 2 tbsp vegan butter
 5 cloves garlic
 ½ lemon, juiced
 1 tsp dried parsley
 salt and pepper to taste

1

Cut each end of the mushroom off and either discard or set aside to make vegan bacon (see separate recipe).
Slice the stems width-way to make 3 scallops per mushroom.

2

Score each flat side of the scallop with a knife in a criss-cross shape

3

Combine the remaining scallop ingredients into a marinade and add the scallops for a minimum of 15 mins but ideally around 2 hours.

4

Heat some oil in a pan and then add the scallops, browning for around 5 mins on each side - set aside and keep warm

5

For the sauce, melt the butter in the scallop pan and add the garlic and parsley for a few minutes. Once the garlic starts to turn brown it's time to remove from heat, add lemon juice, salt and pepper to taste.

6

Serve the scallops topped with the garlic sauce
Works great on a bed of samphire (boiled for 30 seconds and then immediately drained) topped with king oyster bacon.

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Ingredients

For the Scallops
 3 large oyster mushrooms
 240 ml veg broth
 2 tbsp white miso
 1 tbsp soy sauce
 1 sheet nori (ripped into a few pieces)
 1 tbsp olive oil
 100 ml white wine
For the Sauce
 2 tbsp vegan butter
 5 cloves garlic
 ½ lemon, juiced
 1 tsp dried parsley
 salt and pepper to taste

Directions

1

Cut each end of the mushroom off and either discard or set aside to make vegan bacon (see separate recipe).
Slice the stems width-way to make 3 scallops per mushroom.

2

Score each flat side of the scallop with a knife in a criss-cross shape

3

Combine the remaining scallop ingredients into a marinade and add the scallops for a minimum of 15 mins but ideally around 2 hours.

4

Heat some oil in a pan and then add the scallops, browning for around 5 mins on each side - set aside and keep warm

5

For the sauce, melt the butter in the scallop pan and add the garlic and parsley for a few minutes. Once the garlic starts to turn brown it's time to remove from heat, add lemon juice, salt and pepper to taste.

6

Serve the scallops topped with the garlic sauce
Works great on a bed of samphire (boiled for 30 seconds and then immediately drained) topped with king oyster bacon.

King Oyster Scallops in Garlic Butter

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