Posted by on Jun 22, 2019 in Appetizers | 59 comments

Shrimp Toast – Crispy Fried Shrimp Appetizer Recipe – How to Make Shrimp Toasts

Shrimp Toast – Crispy Fried Shrimp Appetizer Recipe – How to Make Shrimp Toasts

Learn how to make a Shrimp Toast recipe! Go to http://foodwishes.blogspot.com/2016/01/shrimp-toast-is-toast-new-wing.html for the ingredient amounts, more information, and many, many more video recipes! I hope you enjoy this easy, spicy Shrimp Toast recipe.

Shrimp Toast - Crispy Fried Shrimp Appetizer Recipe - How to Make Shrimp Toasts

Learn how to make a Shrimp Toast recipe! Go to http://foodwishes.blogspot.com/2016/01/shrimp-toast-is-toast-new-wing.html for the ingredient amounts, more information, and many, many more video recipes! I hope you enjoy this easy, spicy Shrimp Toast recipe.

59 Responses to “Shrimp Toast – Crispy Fried Shrimp Appetizer Recipe – How to Make Shrimp Toasts”

  1. shawnski001 says:

    There goes my diet….

    …. it’s toast

  2. kinkini mandal says:

    Mouthwatering!!!!!! Please post more fish recipes.

  3. oxxadamxxo says:

    Would a circular patch taste different than the squares or triangles?

    • BIGgourami says:

      +Food Wishes bu-dum-tsst

    • BIGgourami says:

      +Anonymoose well played.

    • Mentlegen says:

      +oxxadamxxo To give an answer without hilarious geometry puns, flavour
      would obviously not have an impact, but you actually would probably get a
      different texture, because the pointy ends get more crispy (smaller surface
      area/width –> fries off more quickly).

    • hoodedraider says:

      +Mentlegen I appreciate your effort. But such questions are not worth
      answering. An example: “can I replace the margarine with butter……?”.

    • lucy girl says:

      Wellll, you could make ’em round….but you heard Chef John: “People love
      pointy food!”

  4. Darren Cui says:

    My aunt makes shrimp toast every new year, and when I asked my mom, she
    says it’s too annoying to make xc

    • huriye kantar says:

      +NotUnnamed Well make them yourself. Your moms not your fucking slave
      you’re old enough to do it moron.

    • David Welsh says:

      +huriye kantar​, no. You are one because you are being a vulgar assuming
      nitwit abusive troll who is not getting the context of what +NotUnnamed​ is
      meaning.

  5. B-poptosis says:

    Would it be OK if I didn’t make this? Like can I make something else
    instead?

  6. chronoinf says:

    trim before you spread. got it :^)

  7. Robin Betts says:

    I was just thinking… These look about a million times better than my
    local takeaway, but where are the sesame seeds? And then, the sesame seeds.

  8. The Aura Tree says:

    Don’t you just love the days food wishes and cooking with dog coincide?

  9. marc sene says:

    Those things are begging for something to dip them in. Cocktail sauce?

    • turtlepowersf says:

      I would say Sriracha if anything. or another commenter suggested pickled
      veggies like carrot and daikon or onion.

    • Katie Miller says:

      +marc sene Its traditionall served with a sauce called nam pla prik, which
      is fish sauce, garlic, lemon juice, sugar, and sliced hot chiles.

    • johnphilbill says:

      +marc sene In the UK we eat them with sweet chilli dipping sauce

    • dictare says:

      +marc sene Colman’s English mustard prepared fresh from powder!

  10. ChestfullOsixes says:

    This dish is the standard on most westernized Chinese restaurants here in
    Australia. Oh how I loathe it.(way to oily).
    I do like using the shrimp paste and sesame to top a pan roasted piece of
    fish like salmon :).

  11. BigBossManBBQ says:

    Use Real Shrimp as in Gulf Shrimp Not Sewer Shrimp aka Farm Raised.

  12. Victor Cigarroa says:

    I don’t have a food processor 😭😭

  13. David S. says:

    I want to be that lady.

  14. BIGgourami says:

    John, fresh water chestnuts are a thing. they’re slightly more floral but
    otherwise the same.

  15. Wataah! says:

    can’t seem to find any water chestnut in switzerland 🙁 any good
    substitutes for it?

    • petronille martin says:

      +Wataah! You can’t find it in big Coop supermarkets? I’ve left Switzerland
      many years ago, but I used to buy it there 🙂

  16. Shinigami Customs says:

    Can I bake em in the oven instead?

    • TrogdorBurnanator says:

      +Shinigami Customs I would try it in an over set to about 400 degrees and
      then run them under the broiler. Don’t forget to flip them to crisp the
      bottom.

  17. Solja88 says:

    Can it be baked instead of fried.

  18. Nicolaos Diakos says:

    What would it be like if you baked this? Would it even be possible?

  19. Erin McCarthy says:

    sounds like a great finger food appitziers

  20. johnnieace45 says:

    You lost me at the frying stage. Soaking up that oil into bread is not a
    good idea in my opinion