Seafood Fantastique Recipe

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Seafood Fantastique

Cheryl Campagna


This is a little concoction I came up with when looking for a way to use up some party leftovers. Hearty and creamy, not mention satisfying!

This can also be served as a hot seafood dip, just cut the pieces smaller

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30 Min
10 Min
Stove Top


8 Tbsp
butter (do not substitute margerine!!)
8 Tbsp
4 c
8 oz
cojack cheese
12 oz
imitation crab flakes (for super seafood fans you can add more)
3 oz
fresh baby spinach
1 bag(s)
medium cooked shrimp or bay scallops
salt and pepper to taste
1 box
pepperidge farms puff pastry shells


1If using scallops, sautee in frying pan in small amount of butter until cooked through
For shrimp, remove tails and rinse. Drain well.
Prepare pastry shells according to directions. Keep warm until ready to serve
2Grate cheese
Wash and remove long end stems from spinach
Slice imitation crab into smaller flakes
3Measure flour into small bowl and set aside. If you have a 4 cup measuring cup, measure milk as well
4Melt butter in a Dutch oven over medium heat, being careful not to burn. Add flour to make a "paste"
5Add milk and stir with a wire whisk, being sure to get all of the paste off the bottom.
Continue whisking until sauce is nicely thick.
6Add spinach to sauce, stir with a spoon until spinach has wilted.
Add remaining ingredients, stir over low heat until cheese is completely melted
7Salt and pepper to taste.

Remove shell tops and fill with gravy, garnish with shell top

Can also be served over biscuits, croissants,even toast.

About this Recipe

Main Ingredient: Seafood
Regional Style: American
Other Tag: Quick & Easy