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Scallops Yakitori

July/August 2009, July/August 2008, January/February 2008

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“Yakitori” is a Japanese word that literally means “grilled bird,” a reference to chicken bits on skewers in a sticky/salty sauce. The sauce itself is so favored that it has come to be known as “yakitori.” Here we make yakitori with scallops, mushrooms and scallions. Don't overcook the scallops; just a few minutes over the heat will do the trick.



READER'S COMMENT:
"This was great. Served it for the first time last night to my dad and husband. Good flavor, not too complicated to put together. Next time I will add some red pepper flakes for spice, otherwise no need to change anything. "
Scallops Yakitori Recipe

1 Review for Scallops Yakitori

04/15/2010
Anonymous

This was great. Served it for the first time last night to my dad and husband. Good flavor, not too complicated to put together. Next time I will add some red pepper flakes for spice, otherwise no need to change anything.

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