- All natural
- In Salsa Gallega
- Small and tender
- Size - 2 x 4 oz/111 g Tin
Zamburinas are small tender scallops that are a favorite in Galicia in Northwest Spain. They are prepared in a tomato and paprika sauce called 'Salsa Gallega.' Serve them warm with crackers and a cool glass of Galician Albarino vino.
The seas off the coast of Galicia in Northwest Spain are cool and rich in nutrients, making them an incredible fishing ground. Conservas de Cambados is located close to one of Spain’s largest Rías (estuaries), known as the 'Ría de Arousa'. Their facilities are very close to where the seafood is harvested, so they are able to use the freshest squid and shellfish available.
Small scallops, sunflower oil, tomato, onion, spices and salt.
Serving size, 2oz (55g). Servings per container, 2. Calories 31, calories from fat 4. Total fat 0g (1%), sat. fat 0g (0%), cholesterol 15mg (5%), sodium 74mg (3%), total carbs 0g (0%), fiber 0g (0%), sugars 0g, protein 6g. Vitamin A 1%, Vitamin C 0%, calcium 3%, iron 5%. * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
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Customer ReviewsAverage rating from 3 reviews Write a review
"A good starter sauce and supremely tender scallops. "
Peter Jones - East Setauket, NY - Nov 2, 2014
"these were lovely. I was specially surprised by the presence of tiny, bright orange packets of scallop roe (scallop roe!) along the edges of some of the scallops, which I had never before seen or savored in my life. having only ever been acquainted with large, tubular medallions of scallop muscle before, this can of tiny, whole scallops was a very special treat. I planned to pour following cans of these zamburinas into a nice flat pasta, but could really not resist--I ate them all straight from the can. if I could rate this product 10 stars, I would."
beth - New York, NY - Jun 12, 2013
"Delicious and ready to eat. Just warm and add some rice or pasta, it already has the sauce. "
Allyn - Lawrence, Kansas - Sep 3, 2012