Creamy Seafood Casserole (Low Carb)

"You can reduce the amount of shrimp to 1/2 a pound, but I LOVE shrimp!"
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  • Heat cream in a saucepan, but do not boil.
  • Add all other ingredients, except for fish and shrimp.
  • Melt thoroughly.
  • Put fish in a 9x13-inch baking dish and then shrimp.
  • Pour sauce over top and bake at 350°F for 30 minutes, or until done.

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  1. chia2160
    i halved the recipe and just used shrimp. very nice quick dinner
  2. Sarah L.
    I liked this recipe but I did change some things: I added immitation crab meat in addition to the shrimp and tilapia. I added garlic while cooking the shrimp and to the sauce. I cut down on the worchestershire sauce and heavy cream per other reviewers' suggestions. Lastly, I topped the casserole with extra parmesan cheese, extra cheddar cheese and chopped scallions.<br/><br/>I'm glad I added the garlic because I think it really pulled the dish together. It was definitely runny but we mopped it up with some french good! <br/><br/>One complaint about the recipe itself; it didn't specify whether the fish and shrimp should be cooked prior to adding to the casserole and, for a novice cook like me, that would've been helpful (luckily I guessed correctly that the shrimp and fish should be fully cooked beforehand). <br/><br/>Thanks a lot for posting!
  3. Kristi L.
    Doubled the cheese and added 16oz of chive and onion cream cheese. Topped it with extra cheese and green onion. The cream cheese was what it needed. Beautiful thick creamy sauce. Had enough left over to add to my low carb pasta. This was really good!!!
  4. thejonesgal
    Very good! My sauce divided into a watery portion on the bottom and thicker on top. Tasted really good. I used 1 pound tilapia, 1/2 pound shrimp, and 1/2 pound scallops.<br/>I didn't have heavy cream so looked up a way to make heavy cream out of milk and butter.<br/>Thank you for posting.
  5. lrowser
    This was delicious! I agree with other reviewers that it was very soupy, but we decided that we could just eat it as a bisque! I ladeled it into bowls and made some Carbquik garlic cheese biscuits and a salad. Even our 2-year-old loved it! Thanks for the recipe!


  1. Victor L.
    I cut down the cream and added more cheese.
  2. nutternutty
    Thank you for the recipe, I got home from work and hadn't done a weekly shop. After looking at your recipe I had to use fromage frais instead of cream and garden peas to replace the spring onions but still tasted good.


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