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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 crab for a new take on lasagna that's an easy way to get your family eating seafood.
time
prep:
30 min
total:
1 hr 15 min
servings
total:
12 servings
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posted:
5/5/2007
Easy to prepare and filling.
posted:
4/23/2007
My husband and I decided to cook this together. It was a bit time consuming but we enjoyed the time together in the kitchen, which is VERY unusal for him to help in the cooking. We used scallops in place of the shrimp and had to cook it an extra 20 or so minutes to get it done and browned on the top. I enjoyed the taste but my husband (who is not a white sauce kinda guy) didn't care for it. I should have added some old bay like previous cooks suggested. The left overs were taken to work and devoured though. I might try this again w/ some more spices and shrimp.
posted:
4/11/2007
My family and I loved this dish, it was so easy to make with my kids and they enjoyed eating it.
posted:
4/6/2007
Horrible recipe! I made sure and drained the spinach really well and it still came out SUPER runny. I must have done something wrong with the sauce because the flour was in big clumps. Tasted awful. I threw the whole 13 x 9 pan of it out! Next time I will just make regular lasagna but sub. alfredo sauce for the sauce and use shrimp instead of meat.
posted:
3/28/2007
Next time, I make this recipe I am gonna use smaller shrimp, probably a popcorn size so that there is shrimp in ever bite. Also I'd highly suggest seasoning before cooking. An Old Bay seasoning is probably best.
posted:
3/19/2007
I love the recipe!! Since I am from Maryland and we are famous for our seafood. I had to add a little twist to the recipe. During the cooking time of the sauce I added Obay Seasoning to it. I cant say how much. I did it according to taste. I couldnt taste the flour in the sauce after adding it. My husband and brother's loved it.
posted:
3/10/2007
3 wonderful combos: Good flavor. Easy to make. Seafood!!!! no need to say anymore
posted:
3/6/2007
I thought the taste wasn't worth the work for this recipe. Needs more seasoning...maybe some garlic and pepper.
posted:
3/5/2007
The recipe was fairly easy to make, but was a little bland. Also, it turned out slightly soggy. I realize now that I did not drain the spinach thoroughly enough - next time I will squeeze it through cheese cloth or something similar. I would definitely make this again - it makes a HUGE amount, but freezes well.
posted:
2/16/2007
IT WAS VERY GOOD HOWEVER I AGREE WITH THE OTHERS YOU HAVE TO ADD GARLIC OTHERWISE IT WOULD BE TO BLAND. I ADDED SOUR CREAM, MUSHROOMS AND GARLIC IT WAS A BIG HIT.
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