Beautifully seared scallops and a bed of crushed potatoes. Topped with pico de galo. This dish has it all!
Once boiling cook for a further 10-15 minutes or until the potatoes are cooked through. Once you are able to take a small knife and easily poke through one of the larger bits of potato without feeling any tough raw potato inside, they are cooked. Drain the potatoes, then get the pot back on the stove on medium heat.
Next, at your cooked potatoes and stir through. From there, get a potato masher or a fork and just lightly crush the potatoes. I like to have some small bits, some big bits of and some bits slightly mashed.
Lastly, take your mint in one hand, spank it with the other hand, then rip it up and add it to the potatoes and stir through.