Will scallops turn rubbery or tender if slow cooked in soup?
I want to make a soup with scallops, shrimp or clams and dont want them to turn out rubbery, will they be ok, preferably more tender the longer they cook?
- Anonymous8 months agoFavourite answer
NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO. Do not cook them any more than a couple minutes or there's no use eating them at all.
- PatriciaLv 78 months ago
I'd broil them first, and leave them out of the soup. When you serve a bowl of soup, add some of the scallops
- deniseLv 78 months ago
I'd cook the soup separately and lightly saute the seafood, then add it to the soup just before serving.
- ckngbbblsLv 78 months ago
its called seafood chowder and should NOT be made in a slow cooker.
Yes, any seafood you use will turn to rubber when is over cooked.
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- TavyLv 78 months ago
Rubbery within 10 minutes.
- MarkLv 78 months ago
Rubbery. You should put those in the last 10 minutes your soup is slow-cooking.
- 8 months ago
yes. they can't be overcooked