Shore Is Good Seafood Dip

Total Time:
55 min
20 min
35 min

4 cups

  • 2 tablespoons butter
  • 1 medium green bell pepper, diced
  • 1 medium onion, diced
  • 2 stalks celery, diced
  • 1/2 of a 10 3/4-ounce can cream of shrimp soup (discard top half and use bottom part of soup)
  • 1 cup mayonnaise
  • 1/2 pound freshly grated Parmesan
  • 1 (6-ounce) can crabmeat, picked free of any broken shells, drained
  • 6 ounces shrimp, fresh or canned, drained
  • 1/2 teaspoon white pepper

Preheat oven to 325 degrees F.

Melt the butter in a skillet over medium heat. Add the bell pepper, onion, and celery and saute for 2 minutes. In a bowl, combine the soup, mayonnaise, Parmesan, crabmeat, shrimp, and pepper. Stir the sauteed vegetables into the seafood mixture and spoon this mixture into a lightly greased 8 by 11-inch casserole dish. Bake for 30 minutes. Serve with toast points or crackers.

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    This is the best tasting seafood dip I have ever had!
    Delicious! 4 stars because of the oiliness.
    I made this dip for Christmas Eve and it was so good! I received so many wonderful compliments on this dip, it was a big hit! Very easy to make. The only thing I did different was I added a little shredded parm cheese to the top of the dip before I baked it in the oven! And I did add some onion powder as well. I put out french bread and town house crackers with the dip. Excellent! There was even a little left over, and it warmed up great the next day! Dip was not "fishy" tasting at all. Had great flavor! My husband requested the dip for New Years Eve! This recipe is a keeper...thanks Paula!
    I made this for a girls week-end and everyone agreed this dip was just OK. Not a whole lot of flavor. Just your everyday bland dip. Not a keeper.
    I have made this recipe several times and it is all that... I call it Shor'Nuff shrimp dip and stuff the dip in poblano peppers to make it a main course.
    Just wow. I also replaced the cream of shrimp with clam chowder. Loved it. Didn't have anything to dip with, so I had it by itself, amazing. I think u could work great for stuffing mushrooms
    Love it!!! I had no problems finding the Cream of Shrimp Soup here in Houston...Walmart carries it. I made a double recipe for Sunday's NFL game...lots of friends coming over! It was a huge hit!!
    Love Paula Deen but this just wasn't our favorite recipe. Can't like them all!
    Substituted whole can of clam chowder for cream of shrimp, red pepper for green and left out the onion and it was a total hit!!
    Couldn't find cream of shrimp at the store, so I used NE Clam Chowder : Delish!
    This is the third time I made this recipe and people could not get enough. This dip is wonderful!!!
    pkendall - This episode just aired, Paula used 2 cups of grated parmesan on the show. Hope that helps!
    I have no trouble finding Campbell's Cream of Shrimp Soup in any grocery store of any size an use it often. But, I am getting ready to make this recipe for a Christmas party and was wondering about the grated Parm. 1/2 LB grated sounds like an awful lot of cheese. I love cheese and am sure I'll like this dip, but this just looked like a LOT of Parm to me. At first I thought it meant 1/2 cup. So much cheese may be why some posters speak of it the dip being very greasy.
    Made for Thanksgiving, it was a big hit! Couldn't find cream of shrimp soup, used whole can of Bookbinders Shrimp Bisque.
    Fantastic recipe! I'm in Kansas though so no Cream of Shrimp soup. I used a half can of cream of celery and got nothing but rave reviews!!! Delish!
    I love this, but once you cross the Mississippi heading west, you can not find cream of shrimp soup anywhere. I had to use cram of chicken soup, still came out great. Could I use clam chowder instead of cream of Shrimp Soup?
    I really enjoyed this dip & everyone loved it!
    It was ok...would not make it again
    This is by far the best crab dip that I have ever made. We always have a large Christmas Party and this is usually the hit! Any left overs (seldom even though I make 2 batches are good reheated and served over rice.
    Very good. Everyone raves over it -- even people that don't like a seafood dip. Leftovers (when there are any heat back up really well.
    Love the flavor & Paula has a lot of great recipes! Guests love it & have to remember to make a standby dish ready. It was gone very quickly! Thanks Paula ;-
    Of course this is GREAT! I love Paula's recipes!! Made this for a camping get together and everyone loved it!!
    My sister and I first had this dish at Paula Deen's Kitchen at Cherokee. NC and delicious is simply not enough of a descrption to describe this dish. Now that I have the recipe I will try it myself and that will have to hold me until I can get back to Paula Deen's Kitchen! :-
    Excellent! I served it with french bread...really wished I'd doubled the recipe!
    Excellent dip. Made it for several parties. Always a hit. Every easy to make. Love it with WINE and Thin Toast.
    I think this is the perfect dish to eat while watching sports. Not to heavy. Just right. I prefer to eat mine with French bread. My hubby likes townhouse crackers. I added a little casserole cheese to the mix. We love it!!!!!!
    Yum! This is out! I make this all the time for dinner guests and it get gobbled up as soon as I put it down. Easy and good!
    Absolutely delicious! Be sure to get the celery and peppers really fine and sauteed well.
    This is a great recipe! The first time I make a new recipe I invite a couple of friends over to find out what they think about it. Everyone loved it and I used it to put in a cookbook I'm writing. I have learned over the years to read the reviews and Paula certainly has a good record for 4 or 5 stars.
    It was a big hit at the party, but I really think it needed a little "something"' else to spice it up, but not overwhelm the seafood. Will do this again, but will add some kind of pepper or spice to it - maybe a little crushed red pepper?
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