In my never-ending quest to make lowfat meals, I used fat-free half and half, and fake lobster chunks (made from fish). Otherwise followed the recipe exactly. It was delicious! I'm sure using the "real" ingredients would make it even more special, but this was pretty darn good in my fat-free version. I served it over rice. It was very filling. We will eat this one many times again! thanks for a great recipe!
We're seafood lovers, so as soon as I saw this recipe, I knew we would love it! DELICIOUS!! I cut it to 3 servings, using 1 small lobster. I kept the seafood warm in a 200° oven while I finished the cooking. This is VERY easy and it's just wonderful! I served it over rice, with a salad and dinner rolls. The sauce on this is YUM!! Thanks Barbara, this one is surberb!
What a wonderful way to use seafood; made this last weekend and loved every bite. Did use about 1/2 cup sherry instead of the 1/4 cup, liked the flavor better and used 2 pinches of cayenne pepper, just to give it a small kick. The recipe says is serves 6, however, with this much seafood, it would easily serve 8 and probably 10.
Excellent, easy and delish! I added some sauted onion's to the sauce otherwise I would not change a thing. Will make again. Thank you
My husband has been wanting me to find this recipe for a while now...it was well worth finding. Both of us have found a new fav dish!!
This is indeed a very elegant recipe. One of our favorite restaurants serves this on their breakfast and lunch menu. We fell in love with it and I duplicated it using the same ingredients and method you have shared here. I sometimes only use just the lobster and scallops or shrimp and scallops. I would like to recommend serving it in crapes. Outstanding! Thank you, Aroostook.
Yummy! This was really good and just what the Dr. ordered for a chilly CNY night! It comes together quickly so it's nice for a dinner party. It was great served over spinach. I didn't feel like fiddling with lobsters so I used scallops, shrimp and oysters.