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Join Sport Fishing expert Dan Hernandez to learn how to prepare scallops in vinaigrette sauce.
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Scallops in Vinaigrette Sauce Recipe
Dan Hernandez: This week in the gallery we’re down here at the beautiful Rosarito Beach, Baja Mexico. I'm standing right next to the pier at the Rosarito Beach Hotel. Standing next to me is Cecilia. Thank you for having us here.
Cecilia: Hi Dan, thank you for stopping at our hotel and come in to prepare a nice dish.
Dan Hernandez: Yeah, I've been here many times in the past mainly to go fishing. I've stayed here a couple of times but I'm looking forward to this and who’s the chef we have today?
Cecilia: Our chef is Geraldo Rincon who is one of our gourmet chefs for the hotel.
Dan Hernandez: Cool and what is that for the Geraldo has for us today?
Cecilia: We’re having these scallops in vinaigrette sauce.
Dan Hernandez: Cool, all right, well how do we get started?
Cecilia: Chef? [Foreign Language]
Geraldo Rincon: This is scallop.
Cecilia: Okay, he grabs the scallops and adds a little bit of pepper and salt. Olive oil on the pan
Dan Hernandez: Okay, just add a little bit of olive in there. The scallops taste so good.
Cecilia: Yeah, they actually do.
Dan Hernandez: And scallops are like white fish. You don’t want to cook them a long time. So how long does the chef wanted to cook this for just a couple of minutes?
Cecilia: [Foreign language]
Dan Hernandez: Yeah, it’s the same two minutes are probably maximum on scallops. I mean they're even more delicate than fish. Oh, those look good! Flipping those over, they look wonderful. Look how quick they cook that and now we add some wine.
Cecilia: Some white wine, a little bit of wine.
Dan Hernandez: When he said a little wine, he means a little, just a little wine.
Cecilia: Yeah, just a few drops.
Dan Hernandez: Oh, this looks delicious, just like that.
Cecilia: And now, we’ll go with this sauce.
Geraldo Rincon: For the sauce I have red pepper, yellow pepper and I have parsley, capers, salt, pepper, lemon and white wine for the sauce.
Dan Hernandez: All right and now wine is going to cook right out the alcohol and that wine is going to cook right so you don’t have to worry so much about the alcohol content.
Cecilia: Okay, I think it’s ready.
Dan Hernandez: Here you go chef. The smell is so wonderful! All right, that looks good, Geraldo. All right, Cecilia here you go.
Cecilia: Oh, thank you.
Dan Hernandez: You have to try this with me.
Cecilia: Yeah, I'll be glad to. Okay, let's cut a piece. Not easy to cut for me.
Dan Hernandez: Just slice it.
Cecilia: There you go.
Dan Hernandez: There you go. What do you think?
Cecilia: It’s delicious.
Dan Hernandez: I think it’s delicious. I may have another one. That is delicious! A great little dish, local scallops. Remember we’re down here at the Rosarito Beach Hotel in Baja, Mexico, not only a great place to bring the whole family and relax but a great place to come and do some fishing on the pier, surf fishing. Come see Geraldo over in the kitchen. He’d be glad to make you up a scallop dish like this. They’ve got tons of local Mexican dishes, great fish dishes, too. Well, thanks again Geraldo, Cecilia.
Cecilia: Thank you Dan, thank you for coming.
Dan Hernandez: Gracias! It was a very wonderful time down here. Well, stay tuned and we’ll be right back with the a lot more action right here on Sport Fishing.