I came across this recipe over 5 years ago, and here I am googling it yet again because it’s always such a hit! I’ve now made it about 15 times for summer get togethers and the guests ALWAYS love it, many ask for the recipe. It is SOO good!
This was SO delicious! Have saved the recipe and will definitely make again and invite friends
I love a good shrimp or lobster roll, and this one was great. The Srirarcha aded a nice kick. I served it with fresh corn on the cob and cole slaw. I've attached the recipe for the coleslaw, which was also delicious!https://www.pinterest.com/pin/371898881723988741/
Our family loves these! Occasionally, I use the remaining shrimp from a shrimp cocktail. Other times, we skewer and grill extra shrimp or pan fry--both methods yield great results. Either way, I follow the rest of the directions exactly as written. As another reviewer mentioned, buttering the rolls is critical! This is a go-to for sandwich night for us.
These are so delectable! They really did taste like the $15 lobster rolls that I get from a restaurant. Buttering the rolls is essential. I like to add a little green onion into the mix. It's pretty versatile, you could really customize the recipe adding more celery or spice depending on your taste. For a truly decadent touch, use King's Hawaiian Rolls instead of plain hot dog buns. It kicks up the buttery rich flavor. I also found that light mayo could be used without much change in taste.
I've made this a couple of times and will continue to make it during the summer. It's a very easy and light meal and so very tasty! I follow the recipe exactly except I increase the Srirarcha to 1.5 tablespoon (we like spicy food in my house). I didn't have enough hot dog buns last time so used a baguette, which made for less-soggy leftovers the next day.
This was really good, very simple and quick. I would suggest a bit less sriracha for anyone who doesn't like a lot of spice. Hard to believe this is under 300 calories. It's a keeper.
This is an easy, weeknight meal. I broiled the hotdog buns (low, 2mins.)and they were awesome!