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Shrimp Puff Pastry Triangles Tips
Can you use cooked shrimp when making shrimp puff pastry triangles?
For this recipe, we suggest using uncooked shrimp in order to keep them tender as they bake inside the pastry. Cooked shrimp may risk becoming tough and overcooked as the pastries bake, so we don’t recommend it.
How do you serve shrimp puff pastry triangles?
These shrimp puff pastries can be handheld or served with a knife and fork—the choice is completely yours! There is no need for an accompanying sauce, as the filling is nice and creamy. If you wish to make these appetizer-size
, you can cut the triangles in half, or when assembling, cut into 8 squares instead of 4.
Can you make shrimp puff pastry triangles ahead of time?
Yes! You can assemble these pastries and keep them refrigerated, unbaked, up to 1 day in advance. They can also be assembled and frozen for up to 1 month. Just hold off on brushing with egg white and sprinkling with crumbs until they’re ready to bake, and allow about 10 extra minutes of baking time if you’re taking them straight from the freezer to the oven. Can’t get enough shrimp? Try more of our easy shrimp recipes
. Or, if your favorite part of this recipe was the puff pastry, we’ve got plenty of other puff pastry recipes
for you to try too!—Mark Neufang, Taste of Home Culinary Assistant
1 triangle: 616 calories, 37g fat (15g saturated fat), 208mg cholesterol, 586mg sodium, 43g carbohydrate (2g sugars, 5g fiber), 26g protein.