This cheesy fish bake uses fresh scallops, prawns and crab meat, but you can use other kinds of fresh fish. You can make in smaller ramekins for a starter or a large au gratin dish for a main. Top with breadcrumbs before baking or serve with crusty bread.
I was hesitant to make this after reading the first review- but I'm glad I did! I always order this dish in seafood restaurants and this recipe tastes even better than most I've ordered. I wouldn't change the sauce at all. My family loved it and I plan to make it often! - 03 Nov 2001 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
Very good. Husband really enjoyed the topping - I substituted monterey jack as I did not have any provolone on hand. Also used frozen scallops and shrimp, omitted the wine, and used fresh mushrooms (which I sauteed in butter before adding to sauce). Substituted minced onion and garlic (2 to 1) for shallots as I did not have those either. Also used low-sodium chicken broth to reduce sodium content(fresh mushrooms also reduced the sodium content) Will make it next time as per recipe (except for the lower sodium options) - should be even better without all the substitutions and omissions! - 06 Jan 2004 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
I thought this was excellent. I had to scale the recipes down to just two servings, so a few minor adjustments were needed. I tested the sauce before pouring over the seafood and found I needed to add a bit of water as it was too salty for my taste. I also had to add more flour due to the added water. I used 1/4 teaspoon of cajun seafood seasoning and mozzerella cheese. It was great. Thanks for sharing! - 20 Sep 2004 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)