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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:
6/24/2006
good
posted:
6/18/2006
Really good and easy! The kids loved it!
posted:
6/7/2006
I enjoyed the change from traditional Lasagne. I will make this again even though Summer has arrived. Good job.
posted:
6/2/2006
Very easy and very delisious!!
posted:
5/24/2006
I make seafood lasagna regularly, and was happy to find a supposed quick, easy, "no fail" recipe. However, this totally lacked taste! No garlic or onion?! Just blah....and boring. I guess it's a good "base" recipe to follow and then make your own additions, but the recipe itself? I would not recommend.
posted:
5/22/2006
Mine also turned out watery, and I agree with another cook, it needs more ingredients, the layers were not as thick or meaty as I would have liked. Also needs some onion powder or garlic salt. It was a little too bland
posted:
5/17/2006
I recommend adding either extra ingredients of your choice or just porportionally increasing the amount of seafood and cheese, I added extra crabmeat and cheese and I think it came out perfect. Great taste and the simplicity of ingredients works great if you plan on having your choice of veggies on the side.
posted:
5/17/2006
My husband loved this, except we found it very bland. I used ricotta cheese rather than cottage cheese. I will definately add some salt, some cayenne, and some grated fresh onion. I grew up near San Francisco, so using canned crabmeat was a challenge. I may just use shrimp next time.
posted:
5/14/2006
Very delicious! Next time i make it, iwould add salt, a light layer of red sauce and maybe some diced onion and mushrooms.
posted:
5/13/2006
A waste of good seafood!!!!
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