December 28, 2009

Holiday Cheer - Shrimp Sandwiches

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Shrimp Sandwiches

Ingredients


1 8-oz cans shrimp pieces
or ½ pound fresh boiled shrimp
8-oz package Swiss cheese, shredded
1 medium onion, minced
Salt and black pepper to taste
Mayonnaise to blend
26 pieces of bread

Directions

Chop shrimp, Swiss cheese and onion. Add seasonings and mix well. Add mayonnaise to spreading consistency. Spread on bread to make sandwiches. May also be spread on crackers and dusted with paprika.

Tomorrow's recipe: Angels on Horseback

A New Year's resolution is something that goes in one year and out the other. ~Author Unknown

13 comments:

CJ Parker said...

The recipe sounds great, but being from New Orleans I'd be shot if I used canned shrimp. LOL

LuAnn said...

Hmmm. Well, I don't eat shrimp, but I know lots of people who do. So, this would make a nice addition to a holiday open house.

robynl said...

I so love shrimp; thanks so much for this recipe which sounds yummy.

Isabel Roman said...

Yum! I can't say I'll try this for New Year's...it's awfully close for me to think about a new recipe, but it looks delicious and I will definitely try it soon!

Judy said...

This will be good for New Years Eve!! I am a true seafood eater. I was born and raised on the Coast in Mississippi and now live near Baton Rouge. Always trying new seafood recipes!! Thanks!!

Mary Ricksen said...

Mmmmm, munch, chomp, chew, this is fantastic!

Anna Kathryn Lanier said...

Oh, CJ, I don't use canned shrimp either...Shoot, I should have caught that. I use a pound of fresh shrimp that I boil in salt. You could also add shrimp boil to this and make it spicy, that would be good.

Judy, did we talk already? Where near Baton Rouge? I used to live in Gonzales. My daughter still does....did we meet a few years back at the Baton Rouge Chapter? I've been to a couple of their things....the first reader's luncheon and when John Foxjohn gave a talk...also I won first place in your contest a few years back.

Anna Kathryn Lanier said...

oops, it does say you can use a 1/2 pound of fresh shrimp. I do use a pound, because I double the recipe....

Sylvie said...

I've made the canned shrimp with mayo before..love it! but never added cheese..and everything's better with cheese :)

sylvie

Judy said...

Anna,

I am not the Judy Cox (author of children's books). I wish I was. I live between Baton Rouge and Hammond. Gonzales is not far from me, I go to the outlets all the time there.

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Karen H in NC said...

Sounds really good. Just the kind of thing I would love.

Carol Jo Kachmar said...

Another lovely recipe, Anna. Can't use it for New Year's as I had Christmas Eve this year instead. But it sounds great for any party - and I adore shrimp. Thanks