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No-Fail Baked Seafood Lasagna

No-Fail Baked Seafood Lasagna recipe
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Move over marinara. Our creamy Parmesan sauce pairs perfectly with spinach, shrimp and crabmeat for a new take on lasagna.
time
prep:
30 min
total:
1 hr 15 min
servings
total:
12 servings
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posted:
4/3/2006
I usually make traditional lasagna. I tried this recipe on my husband and father-in-law. I used mozzarella cheese, real crab and I added scallops for extra seafood flavor. We all loved it. I will definetely make this again. The parmesan cheese sauce was delicious.
posted:
4/2/2006
This recipe lacked taste. All we could taste was the cheese. I did not use the canned crab, but real and imitation Crabmeat. Next time I make this I will use a tradtional tomatoe based lasagna, using the seafood in place of the meat.
posted:
4/2/2006
This was a hit with all my family. A nice change from the same old lasagne. I am on Weight Watchers and with a few reduced-fat or fat-free sustitutions, this is a very point friendly recipe. We all love seafood and I am always looking for new ways to serve it. This is definitely a keeper in my recipe collection.
posted:
4/2/2006
I liked the lasagna, but I couldn't really taste the crab meat. I think I will try making this again and use imitation crab meat to try and get the crab taste to come through. The family enjoyed the lasagna, so that was a great thing!
posted:
4/1/2006
I thought the finished lasagna was a bit watery, but still tasted good. When I make it again, I may add some salt and pepper to the cottage cheese mixture, just for a little more flavor.
posted:
4/1/2006
It lacked flavor even after adding more shrimp than called for. I also added a dash of cayenne pepper and a little more nutmeg than called for before baking.
posted:
3/31/2006
I was somewhat disappointed with this recipe. When first cut, it was watery. I doubled shrimp and mozzarella, it lacked flavor. Next day leftovers was much better.
posted:
3/31/2006
This is much better than the old shrimp lasagna I make with tarragon. My husband ate 4 pieces in one meal! Prep time really did take much longer than 15 minutes. Otherwise, it was great.
posted:
3/30/2006
Surburb recipe. I used it as a base to create my own. Also read some of the comments to avoid problems. Stir fried shrimp with garlic, onions, & olive oil. Used imitation crab meat. Before making sauce sauteed garlic, onions and any vegetables leftover in the fridge. Then added that them to the white sauce. Added an beaten egg to the cottage cheese to ensure setting. Meal was a fanastic hit with my husband and dinner guests.
posted:
3/30/2006
I like the others mentioned, thought 15min for preparation was incorrect. I also increased the amount of shrimp I used and the amount of mozzerella cheese. My husband enjoyed it more than I did. For that reason, I will make it again but with adjustments. I thought overall it needed more flavor. I would like to try it with imitation crab meat the next time. Thanks for the recipe!
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