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This Easy baked shrimp toast highlights a rich and smooth shrimp blend on top of firm bread. If you are searching for a snappy and simple tidbit for your next gathering, check this out. 

There's a non-conventional Vietnamese dish called "banh mi quiet tom" that has a combination of shrimp and mayonnaise spread on loaf cuts. The roll cuts are then seared or prepared until brilliant and fresh. This formula is my rendition of Vietnamese shrimp toast. 

Making Easy baked shrimp toast

The principal fixings to make this dish are bread, shrimp, garlic, scallions, dark pepper, mayonnaise, and margarine. I likewise prefer to serve it with new basil on account of how well its sweet fragrance goes with shrimp. 


As to, I utilized crusty bread for the photographs in this formula. I have additionally attempted loaf and it works as well. For the most part, I figure simply stay with hard bread and it will end up fine. 

You can cut loaf vertically into slim cuts or separation fifty-fifty on a level plane. For crusty bread, cut down the middle on a level plane. Despite the decision of bread, each cut/half shouldn't be excessively thick. I like to hold them under 1 inch thick. 

Different Easy baked shrimp toast fixings 

Shrimps are hacked into little pieces and blended in with mayo, margarine, and aromatics. You can slash the shrimps as huge or as little as you need by hand. Another choice is to run a food chopper/food processor momentarily to hack the shrimps. I frequently do a coarse hack in my KitchenAid 3.5 cup food chopper. 

In the wake of blending all the fixings, spread the combination on the bread and prepare it in the broiler. 

At the point when I tried this formula, I figured this may be a delicious and simple starter for Thanksgiving festivity, just as other occasion events (like Christmas) and gatherings. This heated shrimp toast meets up rapidly (under 30 minutes) and you can without much of a stretch twofold, perhaps even triple, the formula to serve a greater group. 

Easy baked shrimp toast Ingredients

  • ▢6 oz shrimps, stripped and deveined 
  • ▢3 tablespoons mayonnaise 
  • ▢3 tablespoons margarine, dissolved 
  • ▢1 1/2 teaspoon ground garlic 
  • ▢1 1/2 tablespoons daintily cut scallions (around 2 stalks of scallions) 
  • ▢black pepper 
  • ▢baguette or crusty bread (see notes) 
  • ▢basil, chiffonade 


  1. Preheat stove to 400F. 
  2. Hack shrimps or cycle in a food chopper into little pieces. Try not to measure into a glue. Blend shrimps with mayonnaise, dissolved spread, ground garlic, scallions, and a liberal measure of dark pepper.
  3. Cut crusty bread or loaf down the middle on a level plane, or cut the roll into dainty cuts. Each cut/half ought not to be thicker than 1 inch. 
  4. Spread the shrimp blend on the cut side of the bread. Spot into the stove and prepare for 15-18 minutes or until the top is brilliant and the bread is firm.
  5. Eliminate bread from the stove. Sprinkle new basil and serve right away.