Cream Cheese Shrimp Cocktail Appetizers

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Mary Lee

By
@HoosierLady

This recipe has a bit of hot to it but they will surely be a big hit at your party !! See variation for mild.

Blue Ribbon Recipe

The cocktail sauce really stepped this appetizer up! The sweet relish, the horseradish and the Louisiana hot sauce really made for a great flavor combination. The Test Kitchen


Rating:

★★★★★ 2 votes

Comments:
Serves:
30 appetizers
Prep:
30 Min
Method:
No-Cook or Other

Ingredients

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30 medium
cooked shrimp (rinsed, patted dry and tails cut off) tiny salad shrimp can be used also
1 c
ketchup (Brooks is best)
3-4 tsp
hot horseradish
1-2 tsp
sweet relish (drained)
2 tsp
lemon juice
few dashes tobassco sauce or louisiana hot sauce
1 small
container whipped Philadelphia Cream Cheese (with or with out chives)
30
Rtz or Townhouse crackers

How to Make Cream Cheese Shrimp Cocktail Appetizers

Step-by-Step

  • 1Mix together ketchup, horseradish, sweet relish, lemon juice, Tabasco in small bowl ... spread a small spoon of whipped cream cheese on each cracker making a small well in center, add a small amount of cocktail sauce in well, place 1 shrimp in center or 2 small salad shrimp. Make up party platter with sprigs of parsley for garnish and Enjoy !
  • 2Note: You can omit the hot by using other horseradish of your choice.

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About Cream Cheese Shrimp Cocktail Appetizers

Main Ingredient: Fish
Regional Style: American
Collection: New Year Party
Hashtags: #hot, #sauce, #shrimp, #spicy




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