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January 27, 2010

Michael’s Seafood Pizza for 358 calories per serving

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So, you know how I love mexican food? Well, my husband Michael LOVES seafood. I like it, but he LOVES it. So, the same way that he ‘tolerates’ my mexican food nights, I ‘tolerate his seafood dinner nights. 🙂 Well, he made this pizza that absolutely took my breath away. It is soooooo good!  Seafood, garlic, cheese – come on, what’s not to love?

Michael’s Seafood Pizza 358 calories per serving
       
6 servings      
  Calories per Total  
Ingredients serving Calories  
Pillsbury Creations Pizza Crust 1/5 = 180 900  
2 Tbs lt butter 1 Tbs = 50 100  
garlic 0 0  
8 oz. imitation lobster 3 oz = 80 200  
tarragon, 1/2 tsp 0 0  
1 lb uncooked shrimp 4 oz = 120 480  
6 oz. scallops 4 oz = 100 150  
4 oz. shredded monterey jack cheese 1 oz = 80 320  
  Total calories = 2150  
  1/6 pizza = 358  

1) Pre-heat oven to 400 degrees.  Pre-bake crust for 5 minutes.

2) Cook seafood by doing the following: In a large pan, melt butter.  Add garlic and sauté for about 2 minutes.  Add imitation crab meat.  Wait till the crab gets a little crispy, then add the shrimp.  Cook shrimp until they turn pink.  Then add scallops and cook until cooked all the way through.

3) Put cooked seafood mixture on top of pizza crust.  Put cheese on top of that, and cook for six minutes.

4) Enjoy!

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