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Prosciutto Wrapped Scallops

At Costco yesterday John found some wild caught sea scallops at a pretty darn good price and I found some decent prosciutto; and a delicious partnership was born.  Here’s how we prepared the scallops with a twist on the basic pork wrapped gems from the sea.

Prosciutto Wrapped Scallops

Author Sarah Fragoso


  • Scallops
  • Prosciutto look for a brand that only has pork & salt like Citterio
  • Italian Seasoning
  • Extra Virgin Olive Oil
  • Balsamic Vinegar


  1. Preheat your oven to 350 and line a baking sheet with foil.
  2. Cut the prosciutto in half lengthwise so you have enough strips of prosciutto for each scallop.
  3. Take each scallop and sprinkle lightly with the Italian seasoning and wrap a piece of prosciutto around the outside of the scallop
  4. Place each seasoned and wrapped scallop on the foil lined baking sheet, making sure to leave space in between the scallops so that they cook evenly.
  5. Bake in the preheated oven for 15 minutes, turning the scallops over when there is 5 minutes left in the cooking time.
  6. Drizzle with olive oil and balsamic vinegar and serve.


Sarah Fragoso

Sarah Fragoso is an international best selling author of 6 books, co-owner of the Chico, CA based gym JS Strength and Conditioning, and founder of the Everyday Paleo franchise. Sarah is the co-host of the popular Sarah and Dr. Brooke Show podcast and she also conducts workshops and retreats on the subjects of nutrition, lifestyle and fitness.

Her message is from the heart and she carries a genuine desire to help other families looking for guidance. These attributes have contributed to her successes and provide the drive to keep the discoveries coming.

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  1. jason says:

    Did u find the Prosciutto at Costco too?

    1. Sarah says:


  2. Those look amazing! I love it when I see a paleo recipe that’s familiar to people. It definitely makes the diet more approachable. Who wouldn’t be willing to try a paleo diet if they were told they could have prosciutto-wrapped scallops?! 🙂 Thanks for the great recipe!

  3. Drool. That sounds amazing. Can’t help but think a cantaloupe salad would be wonderful with this.

    1. Edward Mowton says:

      Yeah some melon would go perfectly with this..

  4. Looks delicious! Prosciutto was already on my shopping list this week. Now scallops are.
    Thanks for the recipe!

  5. Kenneth says:

    I’m curious what Paleo food items you regularly pick up from Costco besides household items? Is there a good selection of Organic veggies and fruits? Grass-Fed Beef? Consider me ignorant.

  6. Angela says:

    You inspired me. I went to the store to get scallops and they were out of the big ones so I used the small ones and used jalapeno bacon instead of prosciutto with the Italian seasoning, evoo and balsamic. Thanks for the recipe!

  7. katie says:

    Hi, I thought that all cured/non-fresh meats were not allowed in paleo? Is prosciutto the only type that’s suitable in moderation? How about bacon? Thanks!

    1. Sarah says:

      There are several cured meats that are not filled with sugars, preservatives, or chemicals that can be enjoyed while eating paleo, but like with anything else, probably should not be eaten as your main source of protein but now and then as a compliment to a meal or some good high quality bacon, or some lunch meat for example from Applegate Farms works for our family.

  8. Christina D says:

    I’m new as of yesterday. Does coconut oil tastes like coconut? I see it is in many recipes but the hubby does not care for the flavor. Can I buy it off the shelf or do I have to order the tropical traditions? Thank you.

    1. Sarah says:

      Hi Christina! Coconut oil typically does not have a super strong coconut flavor, especially when you cook it with savory foods. I personally do not ever notice a coconut flavor but it lends a yummy, delicate, flavor and smell when you cook with it. You do not have to buy it from Tropical Traditions but if you do buy it off the shelf, try to buy virgin coconut oil or un-refined. I recommend Tropical Traditions because I respect how they make their coconut oil and it’s honestly the best I have ever tasted. To read more about coconut oil, visit this page.

      1. Christina D says:

        Thanks so much I was excited to get started so I found Trader Joes Organic Virgin.

  9. Amy Rosser says:

    Absolutely Delicious! My 5 and 8 year old kiddos loved them too! Thanks for the new recipes on your blog – I cook from your cookbook and blog – it’s so nice to have new recipes and ideas all of the time! Keep up your awesome work – I hope you come do a workshop in Laguna again so I can come next time. 🙂

  10. Amy Rosser says:

    Absolutely Delicious! My 5 & 8 year old kiddos loved them too! I am thankful for your blogs as I continuously cook from your cookbook and blog posts. It is so nice to have new recipes all the time – so the family doesn’t get bored. Thank you for your efforts! I hope you do a workshop in So Cal again – I would love to come because I missed the one in Laguna! Keep up the great work!

  11. Linda Medeiros says:

    Sarah…this was great…thank you! I’m not a huge fan of scallops but my husband is and these hit the spot for both of us! This coming from a New England girl! My son and his GF have done the Paleo diet for a few years and we love sharing the recipes. Your website is the best!

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