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Vicki Lee's Shrimp Dip

Recipe from Vicki Angelo of Yorktown, Va.

Prep Time:  15 min

Total Time:  1/2 day

1 packet of unflavored gelatin
1 bunch of scallion onions
3 stalks of celery hearts
1 cup of mayonnaise
1 package of cream cheese
1 can of small shrimp ( drained )
1 cup of hot water
1 can of cream of chicken mushroom soup ( Campbell's )

1.  In double boiler put cream cheese, cream of chicken mushroom soup, and mayonnaise together and blend till melted. Chop celery and scallions in small pieces and stir into cream cheese and mayonnaise.

2.  Now take one packet of the unflavored gelatin and one cup of hot water and mix in bowl till diluted. Take pot off double boiler and set aside till it cools a tad. Then add the diluted unflavored gelatin into mixture and pour into any mold you desire.

Takes about 5 to 6 hours to set. Better if over night.  Enjoy, and keep another close by. They tend to disappear fast. Great on any kind of cracker and delicious on small rye, and pumperknickel bread in the deli section.

Yield: I am a piggy  Wrong gal to ask, LOL   about 20 servings as a snack

Comments: So addicting...

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