Mmmmmm, cooked as directed. Definitely not to be cooked once a week unless you want a slow death by Southern Food. Thanks for introducing us to Po' Boys. Made after searching for a recipe when reading a novel based in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina. Off to act slovenly on the sofa to snooze this meal off the hips.
I cheated with frozen shrimp but we really enjoyed it!
This was really, really good. The spicy remoulade sauce was a big hit with my DH, I served this on warm flour tortillas. Wow!! So good. Thank you for posting Mimi.
Very good! Used Cajun spice instead of the paprika and cayenne & added a little panko breading to the flour mixture, but otherwise followed recipe. Thanks for sharing.
I first had a shrimp po boy in Daytona Beach, Florida this winter. They were so good that I went searching for a recipe to make them at home. The one at the restaurant cannot compare with this recipe. Absolutely delicious! I made enough for two sandwiches and wished I had made more. Used only half of the spices and the heat was perfect for us. Did not make the sauce, but instead served them on toasted garlic Kaiser rolls. I thank you so much Mimi for posting this awesome recipe! This is going into my "WOW" cookbook and will be made again and again.
Made this last night, and they were awesome! My roommate is from Louisiana so he always talks about these. I added cornmeal to the third bowl of flour. I skipped the horseradish and used tobasco instead. Also, he loves Tony Chachere's seasoning, so I used that in the remoulade and the flour. I also used french rolls which I toasted up in the oven. yum yum yum!
I left out the horseradish and made tarter sauce with the mayonnaise and relish instead. We loved them on French rolls!
Wow! This was so delicious I had to brew a pot of Cafe Du Monde to make cafe au lait. I made a couple of minor changes. I had to skip the horseradish too because my daughter won't eat it. I used smoked paprika, which added an amazing flavor, and I added about 1/4 cup of corn meal to the final batch of flour. I could rave for hours about this amazing sandwich but I'm too full to continue typing. Thanks for a great recipe!
WOW this recipe is so delicious! Extremely flavorful. Make the remoulade ahead of time and it tastes even better! All I can say is YUMMMM. Give it a try and you will not regret it!