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Cajun Lasagna

Cajun Lasagna

Cajun Lasagna

Cajun Lasagna


8 cooked lasagna noodles

1 lb. crawfish tails

1 lb. uncooked small-medium shrimp

16 oz. ricotta

2 c. shredded pepper jack

2 c. shredded parmesan

8 oz. velveeta

1 lg egg

1 lg bell pepper, diced

1 sm onion, diced

4 garlic cloves, minced

1 sm. jalapeno minced, remove seeds

Olive oil

1 sm tomato, diced

Creole Original Seasoning


9x9 casserole dish

Preheat oven to 350°

Saute in olive oil, bell pepper, oinon, garlic, and jalapeno.

Melt in Velveeta and 1/2c. pepperjack

Add Shrimp, Crawfish, tomatoes.

Cook the shrimp half way done, slightly transparent. (prevents over cooking when it bakes)

Season with an even coat of Tony’s, and pinch of cayenne.

In mixing bowl, fold together ricotta, egg, 1/2c. pepperjack, 1c. parmesan cheese

Spray baking dish w/ non-stick spray

Spread thin layer of Seafood Mix across bottom of pan. (this will keep the noodles from sticking)

1. Add a layer of noodles

2. Spread ½ the ricotta mix onto noodles

3. ½ of seafood mix (be sure to spread around the meat)

4. Top with shredded parmesan and pepper jack

Repeat 1-4 one more time.

Bake for 30min. until bubbly. Uncovered

9 thoughts on “Cajun Lasagna”

  1. The bomb. Made for Christmas and Easter. None was left and everyone raved about how good it was. Forwarding recipe to a friend to try. Highly recommend.

  2. My new Christmas dinner. Made it last year, none was left. Such a nice change from the traditional meal.

  3. This sounds amazing and will make for company in a couple weeks. Will use lobster and shrimp. What is Tony’s?? Thanks

  4. This sounds amazing and I’m planning on making this tomorrow. However in the ricotta step, you’re instructing adding parsley, paprika, and basil, which are not listed in the ingredients. Can you advise how much of each please — and in relation to the parsley and basil, are we talking fresh or dried? Thanks!

    1. I removed that from the recipe. I think if you wanted to use them then just sprinkle on top or leave them out. I updated my recipe. Thank you for your comment. 🙂

      1. Thanks Debbie! I made it with the omitted ingredients (guesstimating), and while it was tasty, I’d have to agree with you, I would leave them out of the recipe too — next time! ?

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