This retro Shrimp Dip is always a hit at parties. Canned shrimp, cream cheese, chili sauce, mayo, seasoning and green onions. Delicious!
MOM’S SHRIMP DIP RECIPE
I mentioned in a recipe post (for Salmon Patties) a few weeks ago that I was working on sharing some of my Mom-in-law’s most popular recipes. These were the recipes everyone wanted her to bring to all their get togethers. Chris started making this shrimp dip in the 70’s and it soon became a favorite amongst friends and family. It’s so easy to make and the flavors go surprisingly well together.
CAN I USE FRESH SHRIMP IN SHRIMP DIP?
I think what I love most about these classic recipes is that they are super affordable. My mother-in-law only ever used the canned shrimp and salmon. The canned shrimp are tiny shrimp that require no de-veining, removing of tails or additional cooking. You just chop them up. Plus, this is way more affordable and tastes great. And if you need a last-minute dip, you can make this fast without planning ahead.
INGREDIENTS NEEDED: (SEE RECIPE CARD BELOW FOR THE FULL RECIPE)
- cream cheese
- lemon juice
- chili sauce
- Worcestershire sauce
- dried minced onion
- canned tiny shrimp
- sliced green onions
HOW TO MAKE SHRIMP DIP:
In a medium bowl beat together the cream cheese and mayonnaise until smooth.
Add the lemon juice, chili sauce, Worcestershire sauce and dried onion. Beat until smooth.
Chop up the shrimp into chunks. Stir chopped shrimp into the cream cheese mixture.
Garnish with sliced green onions. Keep chilled. Serve with potato chips (or your favorite cracker.)
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Shrimp Dip (+Video)
- In a medium bowl beat together the cream cheese and mayonnaise until smooth.
- Add the lemon juice, chili sauce, Worcestershire sauce and dried onion. Beat until smooth.
- Chop up the shrimp into smaller chunks. Stir chopped shrimp into the cream cheese mixture.
- Garnish with sliced green onions.
- Keep chilled. Serve with potato chips (or your favorite cracker).
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