8 Reviews

These work on regular tortilla chips as well; simply sprinkle additional shredded cheese on top after placing the shrimp mixture on each chip. Served with cocktail sauce for dipping - tasty!

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MicheleE January 23, 2011

These were very tasty and elegant looking. I made these just as directed, using frozen bay shrimp that I defrosted and patted dry with a paper towel before using. I did not skimp on filling the scoops, but I found that this made more than 48 servings; probably about 72 total.

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Ginny Sue September 08, 2009

Delicious and ultra easy! I put together Step 1 several hours ahead of time. Then I assembled just enough for the two of us and plan on assembling the rest for other evenings-which is working out great for the two of us. I made this based on Chef#174096' recommendation for the Top Favorites of 2008 Game and am glad I did! I had a 5 ounce container of shrimp so I plugged in 20 servings. I omitted the olives but otherwise made as posted. I can hardly taste the green chiles. Thanks Hey Jude for sharing!

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WiGal March 16, 2009

I served these for a New Year's appetizer, and they were fabulous! I omitted the olives (personal preference). Thanks for a great recipe! Edit: I tried it again with a dash of cayenne pepper and a dash of chili powder, and it was amazing!

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Starrynews January 19, 2008

These are fabulous! I took these to a Christmas party and they were the first thing to go. I followed the recipe to the letter and the only thing I would change next time is to use a little less filling in each scoop. I had them mounded up, but think they might actually taste better with less filling so you get a little more "crunch" factor with every bite. This is a great recipe and I especially love that it is so quick to make. I will be making this again and again. Thanks for posting!

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MamaJ January 02, 2008

I made these as an appetizer for Thanksgiving a couple of years ago and now they are requested every year! A delicious, easy recipe!

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kristiandjames December 18, 2007

A great quick recipe. We used soy Monterey Jack and less mayo, skipped the olives altogether and used blue corn chips. My neighbor, who is tiny and eats like a bird, ate even the last crumbs from the broiler pan! I didn't even have time to get a photo.

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fluffernutter August 28, 2007

This was very good! Used left-over shrimp from previous night. I did increase the cumin (personal taste) and added some fresh lime juice. I will fix again! Thanks for posting a great recipe!

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CindiJ June 24, 2007
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