If you're ever lucky enough to get a lot of lobster, try a lobster lasagne! Serve with a tossed garden salad and toasted garlic bread.
Wow! This recipe is outrageous! I made a large amount for 14 people (mostly men), and they all came back for seconds! I only had 3 small pieces left from a huge pan. Eveyone wanted the recipe. I tasted the Alfredo sauce in the jar, and didn't think it tasted like real Alfredo. I made my sauce from the Knorr dried Alfredo sauce packages, and used half milk & half 1/2 & 1/2 to make it richer. I also added some grated fresh Parmesan. It was difficult finding lobster here (expensive & frozen), so I opted for some lobster, large shrimp and crab. Don't hesitate on making this. You will be a culinary star! - 09 Nov 2007 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)
This is sooooo goood!! 2 pounds of cooked lobster meat equals 4 cups of cooked lobster which is Extrememly expensive. I did not buy just two 1 lb lobsters. Perhaps I interpreted the amount of lobster wrong. But to me (a New Englander all my life) 2lb of cooked lobster meat does not include the weight of the shell. I did make it for guests and it is absolutely devine. Everyone loved it!! Brilliant recipe!!! however it will take you to the bank. - 17 Nov 2007 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)
A bit rich but very good, especially the next day! I couldn't find any lobster so I used salmon, shrimps and crab. - 12 Apr 2006 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)