Made as directed only I made half a recipe for two of us and left the salt out and added a few frozen peas I had leftover. This is an easy, simple and delicious recipe and one that I will make again. Thank you.
I didn't expect all of these great flavours from a seemingly simple recipe! I used large shrimp that I cooked and cut into quarters and made the recipe exactly as directed. This is fabulous just on its own, no need to have it on greens or with anything else! Made for my adopted chef for Spring PAC 2013. Thanks rickoholic83!
This is good! It's a very luxurious shrimp salad, in my experience, and would be beautiful as is on a croissant. It could also be part of a larger green salad. I think some avocado added would be delicious. How lucky I was that I happened to have shrimp in the freezer and some fresh dill! The word serendipitous comes to mind. Thank you very much for sharing this recipe with us.
This was so delicious and refreshing! I cut back on the celery to just 1 cup and chopped it super fine because we are not big celery lovers. I think the smaller amount was just perfect for us. Loved it!
Made this with 1 lb of fresh gulf shrimp boiled with lemon,garlic and celery. Obviously reduced all other ingredients. Absolutely fabulous!!!! Two thumbs up Ina!!!!
I think this would be perfect with Bay Shrimp to make sandwiches spreading cream cheese on the bread with sliced cucumber for some extra crunch.
I added some boiled egg. I thought this would be "pretty good" but I ended up thinking this was excellent.
This great salad also makes a wonderful salad. Packed this along with some croissants for our picnic today, DH and I both sliced our croissant and pilled on this salad onto the croissant making a enchanting shrimp sandwich. Did use just a little more dill and mustard than called for. Thanks for the post.
Great salad .. I did cut the recipe in half, for 4 large servings, left out the mustard, and cut the salt in half.. Made for a great side tonight with some steaks. Made for PRMR tag..
This is so good! The dill is a great addition.