How Much Protein In Scallops? Scallop meat (not counting the roe) has 15 grams of protein per 100 grams of raw weight. Since the average scallop yields 13 grams of flesh, on scallop contains just under 2 grams of protein. Cooked scallop has 14g protein per 100g (each cooked scallop still has 2g protein in it).
Protein in Scallops
Scallops are a high protein food, with about three-quarters the protein of lean beef by weight. It is best to choose farmed scallops, they are more environmentally sustainable and uniformly nutritious.
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