Seven Seas Casserole

Seven Seas Casserole created by BecR2400

Elegant, quick, and EASY casserole that is good enough for company! A favorite of mine--I could eat this several times a week LOL! From my mother. Over the years, I have tweaked the original recipe to suit my tastes. Hope you like it as much as I do! (Note: you may add a dash or two of celery salt, or "Beau Monde" seasoning, to the soup mixture for extra 'ooomph', if you like, but it is excellent as written.)

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  • Mix soup and milk in saucepan.
  • Bring to a boil over medium heat, stirring occasionally.
  • Combine with cooked rice, seafood (cut seafood into bite-size pieces, if necessary), peas, onion, lemon zest and juice, and sherry.
  • Turn into a buttered 2-quart casserole dish.
  • Bake at 375 degrees for 25-30 minutes.
  • remove from oven and top with slices of cheese; sprinkle with paprika.
  • Return to oven for an additional 5 minutes, or until cheese melts.
  • Remove from oven, and let rest for about 10 minutes before serving.
  • Helpful Tips: I like to put the onion in with the rice while the rice is cooking. Also, be sure to use the designated small-sized shrimp, or bay scallops or other bite-sized seafood in this dish---DO NOT use large or jumbo shrimp or sea scallops unless you cut them up--- as you want a morsel of yummy seafood in every bite!
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"Elegant, quick, and EASY casserole that is good enough for company! A favorite of mine--I could eat this several times a week LOL! From my mother. Over the years, I have tweaked the original recipe to suit my tastes. Hope you like it as much as I do! (Note: you may add a dash or two of celery salt, or "Beau Monde" seasoning, to the soup mixture for extra 'ooomph', if you like, but it is excellent as written.)"

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  1. carol in Tbay
    We felt there was too much rice for the rest of the ingredients. would make this again but use less rice. Frenchy
  2. lmludo
    This was a very good casserole! I loved it, it was easy to make, and you didn't need expensive ingredients...I just used the small "salad" shrimp that come in 1 lb. bags in the freezer case. Thanks for a great recipe.
  3. ChefDebs
    Wonderful comfort food, DH said it was the best shrimp hes ever had ( praise indeed ) He also said it was slap yo Mamma good and he did LOL. I used 1 lb frozen uncooked shrimp ( thawed, shelled and lightly sauteed in butter ) subbed cream of chicken soup with a dash of celery salt and added half mayonnaise , half milk. This is definately going to be a regular in our house. Thanks for a great recipe.
  4. ChefDebs
    Wonderful comfort food, DH said it was the best shrimp hes ever had ( praise indeed ) He also said it was slap yo Mamma good and he did LOL. I used 1 lb frozen uncooked shrimp ( thawed, shelled and lightly sauteed in butter ) subbed cream of chicken soup with a dash of celery salt and added half mayonnaise , half milk. This is definately going to be a regular in our house. Thanks for a great recipe.
  5. BecR2400
    Seven Seas Casserole Created by BecR2400
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