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Just finished the second batch, the first one was such a hit my wife requested them again the next day. I found that if I put them in the frig for about 15 minutes before frying they were easier to handle. I also discovered that I can make them ahead of time and put them in the frig and then place them up on a cookie sheet and heat them in a 400 oven for 20 minutes, they come out perfect. I can see that I wll be making these alot! Thanks.

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dpw099 July 26, 2006

This is as close as you can get to really authentic Shrimp Toast. Made it twice already and it is terrific. I used my food processor to mince the shrimp into a paste, otherwise followed the recipe. Will make again and again. Thank you Blue

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Marich June 22, 2008

I LOVE THESE TOO! It's dim sum and not many places have even HEARD of Shrimp Toast! This is a great recipe.. my old additions are chopped green onions and a Tbsp oyster sauce. Thanks for sharing!!

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Amberngriffinco January 14, 2008

pretty dang good! little too greasy, maybe next time i will put in broiler instead. added a touch of sesame seed oil and garlic powder. blended shrimp, had minced but they didn't wanna stay on the bread. thanks for a good one!

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Chef GreanEyes June 07, 2009

This was yummy, crispy, and stayed together better than I could have hoped for! Definitely a nice indulgence. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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Hecky Lardycakes April 12, 2009

A perfect snack

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Sparky Duck October 11, 2008

Thanks to your recipe, I won't have to buy shrimp toast at my local Chinese restaurant anymore! These were awesome! Easy to make and not real greasy like the ones at the restaurant. Thanks for sharing!

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junebugluvs5 April 21, 2008

Oh my was this good, I love shrimp toast and this was as good or even better than any restaurant versions. The first time they came out a little oily but I probably didn't have the oil hot enough, I also cut back on the salt a bit. I could make (and eat) these everyday.

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kitina September 09, 2004

I have made this recipe several times and it always comes out PERFECT. I even tried it the way my husband has always had it, more like a shrimp toast sandwich, two pieces of bread with the shrimp in the middle. This method is equally great, just a little different. Thanks for sharing such a unique and wonderful recipe!

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lovemexfood September 07, 2004

Great and easy recipe. Thanks for sharing!

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krista schluderman July 19, 2004
Shrimp Toast