Shrimp Toasts to-die-for

Total Time
10mins
Prep 5 mins
Cook 5 mins

Found this recipes years ago (don't know where it originated) and everytime I make it, people can't get enough of it. They will crowd around in the kitchen waiting for the next batch to come out, so BEWARE!

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Dice shrimp and leek (or you can use scallions) very finely.
  2. (Could use a food processor) Mix in salt, soy sauce, cornstarch and egg white.
  3. Spread mixture onto one side of each slice of bread.
  4. (Can add seasme seeds at this point if you like) Press down well.
  5. Cut each slice of bread into four equal triangles.
  6. Heat oil in pan at least 1/2 inch in depth.
  7. until almost smoking.
  8. Carefully place triangles in the oil coated side down and cook for 2-3 minutes until golden brown.
  9. Flip over and cook for 1 minute.
  10. Remove with a slotted spoon and drain on paper towels.
  11. ENJOY!

Reviews

(4)
Most Helpful

The name says it all - these were definitely "to die for"! We literally could not get enough. Next time I make these I'm going to have to double or triple the recipe. I did add one small clove of crushed garlic to the shrimp mixture because I love garlic, but this would be great even without it. Other than the garlic I made this exactly as directed and was extremely pleased. Thanks for a great addition to my appetizer recipes.

MsKittyKat November 11, 2002

These are awesome!!!! I didn't use the sesame seeds because I didn't have them on hand, and it still turned out WONDERFUL and everyone raved about these. This little appitizer is very easy to make and put together. I will definitely add this to my "keeper" list. By the way, everyone asked for the recipe. Thanks so much for sharing Deb K...this is a winner.

Merlot October 24, 2004

De-lish! Plopped sesame seeds on top and let them fry until golden. Served with lemon/ginger preserves and wasabi/lime/mustard as dipping sauces. I put the whole thing together in my food processor (I used leeks & a tad more salt)with chopping blade and was able to get enough shrimp topping to use 6 slices of bread (double the recipe). Glad I got extras out because they went like wild. Thanks for an easy and tasty recipe, debk. This is some good stuff.

CobraLimes March 28, 2005

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