Seafood Newburg Casserole from Food.com: This is a recipe I found in one of the grocery store recipes booklets. It is very rich tasting and the sherry just gives it a great accent. Since I don't have easy access to fresh seafood, I used the canned crab and it was fine. Although I haven't tried it, I would feel comfortable using scallops or any shellfish to make this dish.

Seafood Newburg Casserole from Food.com: This is a recipe I found in one of the grocery store recipes booklets. It is very rich tasting and the sherry just gives it a great accent. Since I don't have easy access to fresh seafood, I used the canned crab and it was fine. Although I haven't tried it, I would feel comfortable using scallops or any shellfish to make this dish.

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Seafood Newburg (Lobster, Scallops, and Shrimp in Sherry Cream Sauce) Recipe | SAVEUR

Seafood Newburg (Lobster, Scallops, and Shrimp in Sherry Cream Sauce) Recipe | SAVEUR

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September 25 is...National Crab Newburg Day! Newburg or Newberg is very rich sauce of butter, cream, egg yolks, cognac, sherry, cayenne pepper and nutmeg, to which cooked shellfish—crab, lobster, scallops, shrimp—is added, alone or in combination. It can also be called creamed seafood sauce; in fact, in French, the dish Lobster Newburg is called homard sauté à la crème (lobster sautéed in cream).

September 25 is...National Crab Newburg Day! Newburg or Newberg is very rich sauce of butter, cream, egg yolks, cognac, sherry, cayenne pepper and nutmeg, to which cooked shellfish—crab, lobster, scallops, shrimp—is added, alone or in combination. It can also be called creamed seafood sauce; in fact, in French, the dish Lobster Newburg is called homard sauté à la crème (lobster sautéed in cream).

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This sinfully-rich dish of sweet, tender seafood swimming in a silky-smooth cream sauce is one of those quintessential dishes of the latter 1950's, '60's and '70's that sadly, many cooks have forgotten about. Not me. It's one of the first fancy-schmancy restaurant dishes American housewives started making at home because it didn't take a ton of time or a lot skill to prepare from scratch. Then, as with almost anything made with a cream sauce at the time, the cream-of-soup people stuck their…

This sinfully-rich dish of sweet, tender seafood swimming in a silky-smooth cream sauce is one of those quintessential dishes of the latter 1950's, '60's and '70's that sadly, many cooks have forgotten about. Not me. It's one of the first fancy-schmancy restaurant dishes American housewives started making at home because it didn't take a ton of time or a lot skill to prepare from scratch. Then, as with almost anything made with a cream sauce at the time, the cream-of-soup people stuck their…

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This is a recipe I found in one of the grocery store recipes booklets.  It is very rich tasting and the sherry just gives it a great accent.  Since I dont have easy access to fresh seafood, I used the canned crab and it was fine.  Although I havent tried it, I would feel comfortable using scallops or any shellfish to make this dish.

This is a recipe I found in one of the grocery store recipes booklets. It is very rich tasting and the sherry just gives it a great accent. Since I dont have easy access to fresh seafood, I used the canned crab and it was fine. Although I havent tried it, I would feel comfortable using scallops or any shellfish to make this dish.

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