Seafood lasagna filled with creamy white sauce, scallops, shrimp and imitation crab is the perfect alternative to traditional lasagna recipes, especially if you’re a seafood fan like myself.
I’ve always enjoyed traditional lasagna. Lasagna noodles layered with a meaty red sauce, ricotta, Parmesan and mozzarella cheese makes for one comforting meal. But now that I’ve tried seafood lasagna, it’s a stiff competition as to which type of lasagna I like better.
Growing up in Florida, I’ve always had easy access to seafood. Fresh, delicious seafood. Two of my favorite types of seafood are crab and scallops. But I also love many variety of fish, shrimp, clam strips and raw oysters. Yes, even raw oysters. I used to think raw oysters were disgusting. I thought this even though I had never tried them. I just though they looked nasty and figured that nothing that looked that nasty could taste so good. But I was wrong. Oh so wrong. Raw oysters are fantastic. Just place one on a cracker, top it with horseradish and hot sauce and gulp it down. I say gulp because you do actually swallow most of it whole. You don’t chew them up when they are raw. Well, maybe some people do but I sure don’t.
Back to the seafood lasagna recipe. I hope you enjoy it! What are some of your favorite seafood recipes?
This recipe was adapted from Taste of Home.
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