Irish Shrimp Toast #FishFridayFoodie

This is a perfect little Irish appetizer or party fare. I have used fresh shrimps for this recipe and it turned out juicy, delicious and yummy. Was apprehensive to use liqueur in the spread, but when I tasted it after adding the liqueur it tasted even more awesome, the liqueur adds a touch of sweetness to it. To serve it as a party appetizer toast the slices of bread in advance, prepare the Shrimp Cheese Spread and refrigerate it. Spread it on the bread just before serving. I made 12 toast with the quantity of spread, can double or triple it for a party.
Makes 12 toasts
4 Tablespoons Heaped Cream Cheese- at room temperature
100 Grams Boiled S
hrimps - finely chopped
12 Whole Medium Boiled Shrimps  
1/4 Cup Mayonnaise - homemade
1 Tablespoon Liqueur
1 Tablespoon Fresh Lemon juice
1 Tablespoon  Parsley - finely chopped
6 Bread Slices 
1 Fresh Red Chilly or to taste - minced

Preheat the broiler at 250 Degrees C.
To Make the Shrimp Cheese Spread
In a medium bowl, combine the cream cheese, chopped shrimp, mayonnaise, liqueur, lemon juice, parsley and red chilly to taste. Stir until smooth.
Cut the sides of the bread 
arrange the slices them on a baking sheet and toast under the broiler,  for 2 minutes on each side, or until lightly toasted.
Spread one side of each slice with the shrimp spread,  
add the whole shrimp in the center, a small piece of red chilly and parsley leaf. 
Place the tray in the broiler for 2 minute or until the mixture bubbles and browns.  
Serve immediately.

Sending this to Fish Friday Foodies our Host for the month is Heather Schmitt-Gonzalez, who choose the theme Irish Fish / Seafood recipes since today St. Patrick's day is celebrated.  Thank you Heather for hosting this month's event.

Lables : Baked, Continental Cuisine, Fish Friday, Ireland, Seafood/Fish, Shrimp, Snacks, Chutneys & Dips

Sneha's Recipe
Sneha's Recipe

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  1. What an elegant and beautiful appetizer. Thanks for sharing, Sneha.

  2. Do enjoy shrimp toast - what kind of liqueur did you use?

  3. I love this recipe! It sounds delicious and very elegant!

  4. These look tasty, Sneha! Thanks for sharing it with us today.

  5. I was going to ask what liqueur you used, also. That is a perfect party food, Sneha. I'll be trying this the next time I entertain. P~

  6. All right...I know I just ate dinner and it's too late to eat again...but I really want to eat again! This sounds fantastic!