It's Party Time Baked Shrimp & Cream Cheese Dip

"You'll be the hit of the party if you walk in with this dish! It's so delicious you'll understand why the recipe is so big!"
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  • Mix all ingredients except the shredded cheeses & shrimp (I use a food processor).
  • Add Shrimp (diced or process last so it's still in pieces and not puréed). Place mixture in a large bowl and add shredded cheeses.
  • Next pour mixture into a large casserole dish (that has been buttered or sprayed with Pam) and add cracker crumbs.
  • Bake in a 350°F preheated oven for 20 minutes or until bubbly.
  • Let cool completely and serve with crackers.
  • Please feel free to use less spices and add more according to your tastes, But we like it SPICY!
  • Enjoy!

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  1. WAY over spiced. I took this to a family gathering for July 4th and not a single person would eat it. I followed the directions to a T. I'm wondering if it should have been teaspoons instead of tablespoons on the Old Bay. Since it was pretty expensive to make, this was a big disappointment
  2. MMMMM!!!!! So cheesy and rich, your guests will want a double batch!! I used 2 cups shredded 6 Cheese Italian Blend, 3 heaping Tbsp. Old Bay, and served with warm tortilla chips. Addicting!!
  3. This was great! I was looking for a hot shrimp dip, and most of the recipes I'd seen were cold/refrigerated ones. The friends I shared it with agreed that it was wonderful. I used less Old Bay than was called for, and I think next time I might also cut back on the dry mustard and Worchestershire a bit, to my personal taste. This is definitely a keeper; thanks for a great recipe!


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