Green Onion Shrimp Toast
I made this green onion shrimp toast with home-grown Japanese spring onions (konegi). It is an extension of my green onion toast with more ingredients. Think of it like a pizza on toast – instead of pizza crust, a luxuriously thick sliced bread is used. My toast had green onions, corn and boiled shrimp (prawn) as the “toppings”. I baked the toast with mayonnaise, butter & shredded pizza cheese in the air fryer for 4 minutes. You can also use the toaster oven or a broiler. The recipe is super fast and instantly hits the savoury spot for me.
Base ingredients for my green onion shrimp toast:
- shredded cheese (I use a pizza mix)
- thick bread (about 2 cm)
- cooked shrimps (prawns) – As a convenient short-cut, this recipe uses cooked shrimps (either supermarket deli or frozen cooked ones from Cold Storage/NTUC). I always buy my boiled shrimps (pictured above is my shrimp salad recipe) from the seafood counter at Don Don Donki.
- butter and pepper.
You can read the first five ingredients in my green onion toast.
First snip the green portion of the green onions into a bowl. I am using home-grown Japanese green onions, so they are slightly thinner than what I bought at the store. Add mayonnaise and corn nibbles to the bowl.
Side note: Check out this tutorial on how to regrow supermarket green onions in water. I am using regrown green onions so they become a free ingredient for this recipe:)
Add cheese, butter and prawns, then mix well.
Make a well in the bread using the back of a spoon or a spatula. Spread the toast filling on the bread and bake it in an air fryer. You can also use a toaster oven. This photo shows the toast before baking.
After only four minutes in the air fryer, my green onion shrimp toast was perfectly baked with melty cheese and slight browning.
Scatter some dried parsley and enjoy this delicious & savoury green onion & shrimp toast. Enjoy!