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Lazy Gourmet: Crunchy Seafood Roll

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I created this dish using Lazy Gourmet’s Mushroom Alfredo Sauce to complement my Gratin main course, which was part of our Quick Fix Meal. This rich & creamy classic sauce contained generous portion of bit-sized button mushrooms, which was a great addition to the seafood ingredients. Water chestnuts were also used to add crunch to the Seafood Rolls. If possible, get the “ready-made” ones in vacuum-packed or cans if you dislike handling mud. I couldn’t find it in the supermarkets, hence the mess.

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Seafood Roll:
1 small squid
1 small fish fillet
5 prawns
5 tbsp of Alfredo Sauce
2-3 pieces of water chestnuts
2 stalks of spring onions (chopped)
2 tsp of corn flour
5 tbsp of breadcumbs
½ tsp of salt
Pinch of black pepper
Cooking oil

  1. Follow the reheating instructions at the back of the box & set sauce aside.
  2. Wash the chestnuts thoroughly to get rid of the mud. Remove skin & cut it up into tiny pieces.
  3. Remove the “insides” & skin from squid. Rinse thoroughly & dice it.
  4. Rinse & mince the fish. Dispose prawn shells & heads. Devein, clean & minced the prawns. Sprinkle a dash of black pepper & mix well.
  5. Mix all the ingredients together. Scoop up a spoonful of mixture onto your palm & mould into your preference shape. Add about 5 tbsp of breadcumbs onto plate & cover the seafood rolls with the crumbs.
  6. When oil is hot, lower the rolls gently to prevent breakage & deep-fry till golden brown. Do not over-cook or you’ll lose the rich creamy sauce in your rolls. When done, place it on top of the gratin & serve piping hot. seafood gratin recipe
Penne (portion for one)
Mozzarella & Cheddar Cheese
Alfredo Sauce
  1. Cook the Penne according to instructions behind packaging & drain well.
  2. Mix the Penne with the balanced sauce (remember I "stole" some earlier to make the Seafood Rolls?) & top it up with cheese.
  3. Grill it for about 5 mins or till cheese brown. Serve it with the Crispy Seafood Roll, which makes a great complement. See above for Gratin pix.


  1. Wow, what a yummy meal! Have a great day, Shirley :)

  2. I have never eaten squid before, but this looks like a very unusual and delicious way to eat it! Good job!

  3. Rosidah, u've a great weekend too!

    Heavenly Housewife, u kidding me right??

  4. Very interesting. We have mucho squid here? and it's good to find ways to use it. ours are very large and so need to change the look a little? we will try it. thanks from Santa Barbara, s

  5. Love this version of the roll. It sounds like it'd be hard to resist.

  6. Hey Blackswan, I followed your recipe & made my mother the Seafood Roll on Mother's Day & she loved it! I also used the Alfredo sauce to mix with her rice & she likes the combi. Love your blog!!

  7. Thks so much for all your generous feedback. Really appreciate & do drop by often :)


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