Total Time
45mins
Prep 30 mins
Cook 15 mins

This recipe is easy to make and great to eat so many different ways. Perfect in the Summer time with a great glass of Iced Tea.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Steam the Shrimp sprinkled with Old Bay (Do not boil them) Vegetable steamer works well.
  2. set aside and let cool.
  3. Remove shells from shrimp and cut into 3 pieces for each shrimp.
  4. Add all other ingrediates and chill for at least 1 hour to let the flavors mix together.
  5. Serve on Bread or toast.
  6. Serve on Crackers or Stuff into a fresh tomato or just on a Salad.
Most Helpful

This was made using precooked salad shrimp. Being a tad short on the shrimp, I added in 1 boiled egg that was finely diced. DH had it for lunch with crackers and I put my share on mixed greens. Thanks for sharing.

PaulaG June 18, 2009

Simple & delicious! I served it inside halves of the Florida avocados (scooped some of the avocado out & added it to the shrimp). I also used cooked frozen shrimp and added a little ground red pepper and fresh chopped cilantro to the mayo...Hellmann's, of course. Very refreshing meal with our 100+ temperatures here in the deep south.

Chef GrannyGrits August 15, 2007

Very good!and simple. sorry I had no old bay sesoning so I used cajun which worked very well. Also cut back on the mayo, used no fat mayo and only about 2 tablespoons. I agree it is a good basic recipe and can be very versitile. Thanks for posting!

Derf April 05, 2007