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Old Bay Shrimp Roll

Old Bay Shrimp Roll with Homemade Potato Chips

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Story

Lobster rolls may be classic, but these New England–style shrimp rolls are just as delicious, and so easy to prepare. Seared shrimp are tossed in a light mayo and herb dressing, then piled into warm Parker House buns. The crispy potato chips alongside are baked, not fried, and get a smoky-sweet hit from Old Bay seasoning. No need to book your plane ticket just yet; these sandwiches pack a seaside vacation into every bite.

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    Quick facts

    Serving size
    2servings
    Prep & cook time
    minutes
    Cooking Skill
    easy
    By Chef Taylor

    By Chef Taylor

    Nutritional info

    • Calories 940
    • Protein 29g
    • Total Carb 81g
    • Total Fat 56g

    Given the cook-at-home nature of Plated and natural variation in ingredients, nutritional information is approximated. See details.

    Ingredients & Equipment

    What we send

    • Yukon Gold potatoes
      12 ounces
      Yukon Gold potatoes
    • stalks celeries
      2
      stalks celeries
    • lemon
      1
      lemon
    • Old Bay spice mix
      1 tablespoon
      Old Bay spice mix
    • shrimp
      10 ounces
      shrimp
    • Parker House buns
      2
      Parker House buns
    • mayonnaise
      4 ounces
      mayonnaise
    • horseradish
      1 teaspoon
      horseradish
    • parchment paper
      1
      parchment paper
    • dill
      1/8 ounce
      dill
    • chives
      1/8 ounce
      chives

    What You’ll Need

    • olive oil
    • kosher salt
    • black pepper
    • baking sheet
    • 10” medium pan
    • aluminum foil

    Allergens

    • Soy
    • Crustacean Shellfish
    • Egg
    • Milk
    • Wheat

    Cooking Steps

    1. Prepare ingredients

      Prepare ingredients

      Preheat oven to 450°F. Rinse all produce. Cut potatoes crosswise into ¼-inch rounds. Halve celery stalks lengthwise, then cut crosswise into ½-inch pieces. Thinly slice chives. Roughly chop dill leaves, discarding stems. Halve lemon.

    2. Bake potato chips

      Bake potato chips

      Line a baking sheet with parchment paper, then add potatoes and toss with half of Old Bay seasoning, 1½ tablespoons olive oil, ½ teaspoon salt, and pepper as desired. Arrange in a single layer, spacing apart, and bake until browned, 24-27 minutes. 

    3. Cook shrimp

      Cook shrimp

      While potato chips bake, pat shrimp dry with paper towel and season with ¼ teaspoon salt and pepper as desired. Heat 2 teaspoons olive oil in a medium pan over medium-high heat. When oil is shimmering, add shrimp and cook, stirring occasionally, until opaque and just pink, 4-6 minutes total. Using a slotted spoon, transfer shrimp to a plate and set aside to cool slightly.

    4. Toast buns

      Toast buns

      While shrimp cook, wrap buns in foil. Transfer to oven with potato chips and toast until warmed through, 5-7 minutes.

    5. Finish shrimp salad

      Finish shrimp salad

      While buns toast, in a large bowl, stir together mayonnaise, horseradish (or use less for milder flavor), celery, dill, juice of ½ lemon, remaining Old Bay, and pepper as desired. Save remaining lemon to brighten a glass of water. Once cool enough to handle, roughly chop shrimp and add to bowl with dressing, stirring gently to combine. 

    6. Plate Old Bay shrimp rolls

      Plate Old Bay shrimp rolls

      Transfer toasted buns to serving plates. Spoon shrimp salad into buns. Garnish Old Bay shrimp rolls with chives and serve with potato chips. Dig in! 

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