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Baked Scallops with Cheese

This is a fuss-free recipe for scallops baked with cheese and creamy mayonnaise. I love scallops and I think there is something so beautiful about scallops served in their shells.

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The creamy sauce is non-cooking (just softened butter and mayonnaise mixed into a smooth paste) and very easy to prepare. This appetizer dish is low on effort, high on taste and asthetics.

Cheese Scallops (Before Baked)
These are the cheese scallops before baking.

Aglio Olio
I used the scallops broth (don’t throw the good stuff away!) to make a quick-cooking second dish of aglio olio and the result was really good as well.

14 comments on “Baked Scallops with Cheese”

  1. Beautiful and looks delicious too!

  2. Hi, where can get the scallop with shell? thanks!

  3. Save the scallop broth first…good tip!

  4. Mouthwatering and beautifully done!!!!! Drool…..

  5. I have never been a fan of using cheese with seafood.  I have prepared something like this using mayo and mustard and then baking…it comes out fluffy like a puding. 
    his looks abosolutely delicious and I would try it.  You always come up with delicious dishes.

  6. Beautiful scallops dish…like how you presented…so simple and yest so tasty.
    Hope you have a wonderful week ahead :-)

  7. would like to ask if i chose to buy frozen scallops without the shell, can i just place them in a baking tray and do the 5min bake to collect the broth first then?

  8. The perfect side dish for a pasta main! Love the sweet scallop and chewy texture of baked cheese.

  9. Hi, for step 8, what is the degrees used?

  10. Hi Wiffy,

    So nice!! Can i use cheddar cheese instead?

    Oh do you have recipe for baked cheese mussel? i love it too…

    Thanks :)

    • I don’t have baked cheese mussel recipe currently, but I’ll add it to my to-cook list. Yes, you can use shredded cheddar.

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