Shrimp Burgers With Sweet 'n' Spicy Tartar Sauce

  • lefty24 Posted: 06/05/09
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    Recipe was great! Have already shared it with two friends. The mixture is very thick, paste like and we did have one burger out of eight, fall apart on the grill. It is a do over!!!

  • TriciaS Posted: 09/08/09
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    FABULOUS!!! We LOVED them, so much favor. Tartar sauce really added to them. Plenty left over of both. Only problem, they do fall apart on grill - suggestions on what to do - more crushed cracker? Getting grilling basket with top, so can flip it over next time. Hard to keep together if grilled directly on grill. Well worth it though!!

  • Cbay1944 Posted: 03/03/11
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    Simply the best burger I have had!! Everyone raved about this. Will make it often.

  • KyGirl1981 Posted: 05/10/09
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    I made these into sliders instead of full-sized burgers. My family loved them, and I would definitely make them again. THe sweet n' spicy tartar sauce also makes a good dip for fries.

  • kat76GA Posted: 05/23/09
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    this recipe is absolutely fabulous!!! every one is still talking about it a week later. i served them with ramen noodle cole slaw and sweet potato fries. i highly recommend!

  • Cathy-Louisiana Posted: 09/28/09
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    I have made it twice. The frist time on the grill. Second time in the oven at 350 degrees. Both times there were no leftovers! I did change one thing, I served it on french bread. Its a keeper!

  • Bode10 Posted: 08/30/11
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    Loved it! I used Ritz crackers instead of cornbread crackers because I didn't find them in the grocery store and they were still delicious! They did fall apart a little but not completely. The tartar sauce was the icing on the cake. My husband said he thought they tasted like they were from a seafood restaurant! We will definitely make these again!!!

  • JoopDaddy Posted: 06/26/14
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    Sounds like a great recipe, I can’t wait to try it! I make Shrimp Burgers with a similar recipe which included some lime zest. I pan fried them in a little garlic butter and served them on a toasted bun with lettuce, tomato and avocado…..what a hit!! The good news-bad news is that you have to prepare and eat them in short order. They are good cold and sort of OK when nuked. Best when hot and sizzling. While cruising the net, I came across Chef Big Shake’s Original Shrimp Burgers from . They come frozen and have a year shelf life. Pretty easy to prepare and quite good which makes it nice when the spirit moves you. After cooking, we squeeze a little fresh lime on them and add the avocado. Voilà!


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