Shrimp Dip is a simple and fast dish to prepare for a party, baby shower, or impromptu gathering. The accounting department at my office always asks me to make this dip when we’re having a function. One of the ladies doesn’t like green onions, so I put in the food processor so she can’t see them. I hope you try it. Shrimp Dip goes perfect with Petite Mini Toast or Keebler Townhouse crackers. Every Cajun recipe collection needs a good shrimp dip recipe in it.
Easy Shrimp Dip Recipe
This quantity will serve a party of 15-20. Just double the ingredients if you’re having a larger party.
Ingredients for Shrimp Dip
½ pound medium to large boiled shrimp (peeled and deveined)
1 package cream cheese (softened)
¼ cup sour cream
¼ cup chopped green onions
1 tablespoon ketchup
½ teaspoon prepared horseradish
1 stalk celery (cut very small)
Tony’s Creole Seasoning
Using a food processor, place all ingredients except the celery. Pulse several times until mixed well leaving a bit of chunky shrimp.
Remove mixture to a mixing bowl using a rubber spatula. Carefully remove the mixture from the blade.
Fold in the chopped celery. The celery gives the dip a good crunch.
Mix in a sprinkling of Tony’s Creole Seasoning.
Serving Suggestions for Shrimp Dip
Pour into a pretty bowl or hollowed out Hawaiian sweet bread.
I like to serve with Petite Mini Toast.
Where’s a cracker? I’m ready to eat me some shrimp dip!