Shrimp Toast

Shrimp Toast created by Sageca

This is my Uncle Paul's recipe. We had these for a family get together as a passed horsdevour and everyone loved them so much, they never really ever made past the kitchen.

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  • Cut rolls into 24 slices, about 3/8 inch thick. Toast slices lightly.
  • Mix shrimp, cheese and mayonnaise. Spread on bread slices and broil until cheese is melted and bubbly.
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"This is my Uncle Paul's recipe. We had these for a family get together as a passed horsdevour and everyone loved them so much, they never really ever made past the kitchen."
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  1. Cook In Northwest
    I made this tonight, as time was short and hubby didn't want a big meal. (Appetizers to the rescue!) He liked it, but I did not. It tasted too much of mayo to my liking. I would think it would be improved by using cream cheese instead of mayo. Maybe you could overpower the mayo taste with some onion or mustard? I won't be making these again as the recipe is. (I did follow it exactly, except for being a bit generous with the cheese and using regular sourdough bread slices instead of buns.) I did add a dash of Old Bay per one reviewer's comment, but I guess I didn't put enough in, as the mayo taste was simply too strong for me. It was real mayo. It melted as expected, but was still strong tasting.
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  2. Cook In Northwest
    I made this tonight, as time was short and hubby didn't want a big meal. (Appetizers to the rescue!) He liked it, but I did not. It tasted too much of mayo to my liking. I would think it would be improved by using cream cheese instead of mayo. Maybe you could overpower the mayo taste with some onion or mustard? I won't be making these again as the recipe is. (I did follow it exactly, except for being a bit generous with the cheese and using regular sourdough bread slices instead of buns.) I did add a dash of Old Bay per one reviewer's comment, but I guess I didn't put enough in, as the mayo taste was simply too strong for me. It was real mayo. It melted as expected, but was still strong tasting.
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    Shrimp Toast Created by Sageca
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  4. Sageca
    Shrimp Toast Created by Sageca
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  5. Sageca
    Great recipe.I love that it is so easy to prepare yet tastes so special.I added a bit of Old Bay seasoning to the mixture.This one is a keeper.I made it for Photo Tag.Thanks for posting. Rita
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