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Maryland Shrimp Salad

Maryland Shrimp Salad

Susan Maria Leach  /  3/23/2019  /  Facebook  /  Twitter  / 

I love this shrimp salad! Shrimp is soft and almost gelatinous - super easy to eat and really delicious too! The seasoning MAKES this dish.

I practically lived on this shrimp salad after my surgery, as it is an excellent texture as a first puree food when the shrimp salad is processed into a little finer spread. This is also a great appetizer or party food when served with cucumber rounds; just leave the shrimp a little chunkier for texture. My original version called for all mayo, but recent popularity in Greek yogurt has slimmed this down and improved on the original.

Fork mash half of a ripe avocado with a scoop of the shrimp salad! The. Best. Summer. Lunch. Ever!


  • 1 tablespoon Hellmann's Reduced Fat mayonnaise
  • 1/4 cup Fage plain Greek yogurt
  • 3 scallions minced
  • small stalk celery, minced
  • 1/2 teaspoon Seafood Seasoning OR TO YOUR TASTE - Old Bay, Phillips, there are many brands
  • 1 pound cooked shrimp - or 1 pound raw cleaned shrimp sauteed in 1 teaspoon olive oil until just cooked through


  • Place mayonnaise, yogurt, scallions, celery seasoning and shrimp in a medium bowl - fold until well blended and chill.
  • To make shrimp spread, place the shrimp salad in the food processor and pulse until ground but still has some texture or pulse a few more times to use as a puree - transfer to small bowl.
Maryland Shrimp Salad or Spread for Bariatric Eating

Maryland Shrimp Salad or Spread for Bariatric Eating

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