Shrimp Luncheon Sandwiches - Pretty and Pink!

"Pretty, pink tea sandwiches-perfect for a shower or tea party."
photo by Lavender Lynn photo by Lavender Lynn
photo by Lavender Lynn
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photo by Andi Longmeadow Farm photo by Andi Longmeadow Farm
photo by Nimz_ photo by Nimz_
Ready In:
30 sandwiches




  • Combine all in food processor-process til very smooth.
  • spread on crustless, buttered bread triangles.

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  1. mama smurf
    Made this for Think Pink Cancer Awareness tag game 2013 and what a winner. I didn't process the shirmp up to much (DH likes chunks) and like others added some hot sauce but otherwise I followed the instructions and company totally enjoyed these with a side of fruit salad. Thank you for posting.
  2. Lavender Lynn
    I loved the flavor of the sauce ingredients with the shrimp. I did use the food processor. Next time I will not use it. Made for Think Pink 2012.
  3. ddav0962
    I made this exactly as directed and it turned out wonderful, we love it! This recipe is good as a throw together for a quick appy with wine and snackage while making dinner, or as a really impressive spread for company to serve on crackers or baguette slices. Thank you for sharing Margaret3, made for Think Pink 2011.
  4. gailanng
    I used a handful our Louisiana shrimp from another dish processing just so as to have a few shrimp chunks. I also had no celery and used just a dash of celery seed. As recommended by other chefs, a dash of hot sauce was in order. Even the men will like this!
  5. Andi Longmeadow Farm
    Enjoyed this immensely, I followed almost exactly as well, with these three exceptions I shook a shot of Tabasco on as suggested by a fellow reviewer. I also made this chunky, instead of whirling up in the food processor. Served on quartered white bread slices. Very pretty and just so tasty and lastly, used reduced-fat cream cheese with scallions in it so I didn't add any onion. I can see making these often, and although very pretty in pink, plan on making these at our next football party on Saturday nite, may serve them atop english muffins for guys :D Thank you, Margaret! Made for *I Recommend* Tag Game January 2009.


  1. Nimz_
    Excellent. This was really easy to put together. I didn't use the processor, but just mixed it all up. Turned out great. I used chili sauce instead of the ketchup which turned out well. Used red onion for the onion. I might add hot sauce to it next time. Thanks. Made for "Think Pink"


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