I did have to cheat a little bit, and buy the package of imitation crab instead of the pure, real thing. Actually, the kind I bought said it was made from crab and other types of fish. I hope I still got the full effect, though, because I did end up liking it. It didn't taste very fishy, which is something that typically bothers me about seafood. It was very nice with the lemony flavors in the dish.
The dish as a whole, however, I felt was a bit lacking. I am not quite sure what it was, exactly. Maybe I wanted it to be saucier; I don't know. As it was, I just found it to be a bit dry. I liked the way it tasted. I adore asparagus, the lemon and the white wine added some good zing, and I thought the tarragon was really interesting in this. I did not buy fresh herbs for this recipe, so I just used my dried tarragon and dried parsley.
I haven't decided if I would make this again. It was good, it just wasn't amazing or memorable. Maybe if the sauce were more of a scampi-type sauce, this would have been better. I guess it wouldn't have been as healthy that way, though, so it would have defeated the purpose of cooking an Ellie meal!