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Four types of seafood are tossed together and baked with a cheesy white sauce. This recipe works well as a main dish served with salad. Also, try serving it on an appetizer table in a bread bowl!
This is the result of trying to duplicate a seafood-chain's recipe. Comes close enough, they're gone the minute they hit the table!
Grilled lobster tails stuffed with celery, green onion, and crabmeat seasoned with cayenne pepper and dry mustard. Delicious served with warm garlic lemon butter.
This is actually one of my daddy's recipes. He's a commercial fisherman, but he finds time to make this whenever the family is together. But don't be fooled this simple recipe is one of the best out there.
A traditional New England clam bake that will feed a small army! You will have to plan ahead for this one. Lobsters, clams, mussels, potatoes, fish, corn, hot dogs, sausage, and onions all baked/steamed together in layers, in a hole you dig on the beach. Serve with lots of melted butter and bread for sopping up all the delicious juices.
Grilled rock lobster tails with seasoning. These take very little cooking time, yet are so good!
Simple and quick seafood soup!
This rich dish, consisting of succulent lobster meat sauteed in butter and seasoned with dry mustard; then baked in heavy cream, is a casserole native to Maine. If desired, you may add 1 to 2 tablespoons of sherry to the mixture. Top with buttered bread crumbs before baking for a nice presentation.
A Spanish-style Creole dish made with lobster, shrimp, and peas, simmered in a 'sofrito', which consists of onion, green pepper, garlic, tomatoes, and parsley, chopped to a salsa like consistency.
Individual servings of lobster baked with a bread crumb topping. Similar to a dish that used to be served at Red Lobster.