By BlueHyacinth on April 04, 2004
Photo by Hey Jude
Photo by Hey Jude
"I love the shrimp toast I get at my local oriental restaurant, and wanted to make it at home. I asked the server if she knew how to make it and she sent the chef out to tell me. I tried it today, and it tasted just like at the restaurant. Hope you enjoy this one too!!"
Serving Size: 1 (86 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6
"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."
"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"
"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!!"
"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!"
"This was yummy, crispy, and stayed together better than I could have hoped for! Definitely a nice indulgence. Thanks for sharing the recipe!"
"A perfect snack"
"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!"
"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."
"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!"
"Great and easy recipe. Thanks for sharing!"
"Absolutely delicious and fun and easy to make. I love shrimp toast but never tried to make it, thinking it would be difficult to keep the filling on the bread. Well, this recipe works! I made as written and they were extremely easy to cook. They cook fast so watch them....I did five at a time and by the time I added the last one, the first one in was ready to come out (I found that I did not have to flip them, I added them to the oil shrimp side down and they cooked evenly all the way around). Thanks so much for this recipe BlueHyacinth, I'll definitely be making these again."