Shrimp and Blue Cheese Dip Recipe
A tasty combination of shrimp and blue cheese makes a versatile dip. Attractive with blue corn tortilla chips!
Very creative approach to using Shrimp. If you are blue cheese lover this is a dream recipe...however if not, I'd cut the amount of blue cheese in half or eliminate it. I happen to like blue cheese a lot but even I found it to be very good "but" it does over power the shrimp. I would make it again but probably reduce the blue cheese a little, I also added 2 tbls. of lemon when it's cooking to give it a little zip.
I was pleasantly surprised by this recipe! The ingredients sounded like they would either go together well or not at all. Overall, I ended up adding some diced red bell pepper to the top at the end, and I did not cook the green onion - without this, it wasn't the most appetizing looking dip, but was quite lovely with some color. Also, in the future, I would add a few more shrimp. This will serve 3-4 people as a generous appetizer, so even though it says 12 servings, I would count on that making enough for just a few people. Overall, with some presentation help, and making sure you don't want to serve 12 people with it - this was a nice recipe. Thanks!
I have made this dip a few times, and I love it! It has many of my favorite ingredients - shrimp, olives, blue cheese - and I was actually quite surprised by how well they all blended together.
Didn't have sliced black olives so used chopped...end result was "tastes like heaven, looks like hell". Sliced olives are a definite for presentation! To help the appearance of my creation I added a rib of celery, diced very fine and some parsley flakes. This recipe is extremely tasty and I will make with the sliced olives next time and all the times afterwards. Thanks for sharing a great appetizer!!!!
This super cheesy Buffalo chicken dip with a double dose of blue cheese is a perfect party offering alongside tortilla chips, crackers, or crostini.
Blue cheese crumbles kindly lend their distinctive flavor to this simple, smooth mixture. Serve with corn chips. This dip tastes better the longer it chills before serving.
A creamy and delicious dip that is very easy to make and is always a hit! It is even better the second day. Serve with potato chips, crackers or fresh vegetables for dipping.
This tomato soup based dip is great for large parties. A combination of shrimp, mayonnaise, cream cheese, gelatin, and a mixture of vegetables, placed in a mold and refrigerated. Served on a plate for a great presentation.
Blue cheese, Port and walnuts are pureed in a food processor before being transferred into an attractive serving dish (or crock). Serve with crackers or baguette slices. Refrigerated, this will keep for three weeks.