4 Reviews

I omitted the curry powder and subbed chili powder instead. Easy to make and very filling! I covered the top in garlic and herb breadcrumbs and it was an awesome comfort food casserole. Will definitely make it again. Would also like to try it subbing chicken for the "lobster." Overall a very good recipe.

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SadiDentata July 30, 2012

Very easy and tasty. Nice and cheap with the fake crab, next time I think I will use real crabmeat. With the real meat, this would be a really chic dish, almost a 'crab divan'. I could see this as a first course for a fancy dinner very easily.

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Kasha October 29, 2007

A great way to use that inexpensive imitation lobster (or crab). I cut some fat by decreasing the total butter to 4 tbsp and I used skim milk. My sauce was still creamy and tasty. I used more curry powder than listed.....it really gave a great flavor. I'll make this again. Thanx!

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*Parsley* October 18, 2007

Yummy dish with much flavor! I omitted the curry powder and used a Chef Prudhomme's Blackened Fish Magic. I used two 6 oz. cans of minced white crab (Chicken of the Sea brand). It worked great! My entire family loved this! Oh, I also added some dried parsley and more Blackened Fish Magic to the crumbs. Easy to put together and very good! Thanks for sharing!

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Petite Mommy September 04, 2006
Mock Lobster Casserole