Super Bowl is around the corner and the menu is the most important piece. My family loves these Spicy Shrimp Tacos, which are big on flavor without being as big on calories as a lot of Super Bowl fare. Fortunately, there’s some easy ways to enjoy the big game without missing out on all the foods you love.
After eating these at a baby shower, I dubbed them the world’s best crabcakes. I quickly pulled out my cell phone to write down the ingredients as the baby’s grandmother named ingredients. I had to figure out the recipe myself……
My mom used to make this for special parties. The recipe was originally created by ‘Nanny Whiz’ who was a dear friend, kindred spirit and master chef. Filled with flavour, this versatile rich Atlantic lobster casserole can sit in a chafing dish or crockpot for entertaining, and you can serve it over rice, in patty shells or with noodles. It works well in tiny shells as a ‘mini dinner’ for kids as well. Just make sure you skip the sherry..
2 c. lobster meat
2 lb. scallops
1/2 c. flour
3 cups milk
4T. cooking sherry
3 c. diced mushrooms
1/2 c. parmesan cheese
Steam scallops with haddock for 5 minutes and set aside. Make a cream sauce using the butter, milk and flour. (Combine flour and butter with a whisk over low heat and gradually add the milk). Once the sauce thickens, add sherry (for adults) and mushrooms and simmer 5 minutes while stirring. Add the fish and seafood to a casserole dish and pour in sauce mixture. Sprinkle parmesan cheese on top and bake for 30 minutes in the over at 325 degrees. You could also cook on a stovetop, fill patty shells or scoop over a starch and sprinkle parmesan over top at the end.