Last night DH and I decided to make something different. So we pulled out a recipe for shrimp fritters since shrimp were on sale this week at Publix. Let me tell you these were really good! We made them in about 30 minutes and they tasted like something you would get at PF Chang’s. We don’t usually cook a lot of seafood, so we were happy to mix it up a little bit. Here’s the recipe in case you’d like to try them out as well.
Shrimp Fritters with Romaine
1 lb peeled & deveined cooked shrimp, tails removed
6 green onions, thinly sliced
1/4 c all-purpose flour
3 tsp. seafood seasoning blend (We used Old Bay)
1/3 c mayo
1 T honey
1 head romaine, sliced crosswise
1. Coarsely chop shrimp and remove tails. In bowl, beat egg; add shrimp, onion, flour, & 1 t seasoning.
2. In large skillet, heat ¼ c cooking oil over med-high heat. In 1/3 c portions, drop the shrimp mixture in hot oil; flatten w/ spatula. Cook for 3 min on each side until heated through. Move to paper towels and keep warm. Cook remaining shrimp mixture.
3. Shred 2 t peel from lime. Cut lime in half. Juice ½ into bowl. Stir in peel, mayo, remaining seasoning, and honey. Cut remaining lime half in wedges. Serve fritters w romaine, mayo mixture, and lime wedges.
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