25 Reviews

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.

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The Normans November 26, 2011

Very delicious!!!!

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tiehearrab85 September 30, 2010

I cheated with frozen shrimp but we really enjoyed it!

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FromKatesKitchen February 16, 2010

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.

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Katchick February 05, 2010

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.

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Dan in Raleigh, NC November 08, 2009

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.

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Marie May 07, 2009

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!

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erayapana March 30, 2009

I left out the horseradish and made tarter sauce with the mayonnaise and relish instead. We loved them on French rolls!

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LouLouIzSpoiled March 19, 2009

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!

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faeriefolk_15 March 04, 2008

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!

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mish1nyc July 14, 2007
Stan's Place Shrimp Po Boy