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Fried Green Tomato and Shrimp Remoulade Po Boy

Fried Green Tomato and Shrimp Remoulade Po Boy

After enjoying the fried green tomatoes with shrimp remoulade so much last week, I simply could not resist turning it into a po’ boy sandwich. (A po' boy is a sandwich from Louisiana that is served in a baguette.) I already knew that the crispy and tangy fried green tomato and succulently spicy shrimp and tasty remoulade sauce was a winner and wrapping it up in a fresh baguette with its chewy outside and soft, melt in your mouth inside, could only make things better! I think that I have found my new favourite po' boy; it's too bad it is so late in the season. I will be looking forward to making them again next year!

Fried Green Tomato and Shrimp Remoulade Po Boy

(makes 4 sandwiches)
Printable Recipe

1 pound shrimp (shelled and deviened)
1 tablespoon oil
1 tablespoon creole seasoning
1 baguette (cut into 4 sandwich sized lengths and sliced in half)
1 cup lettuce (shredded)
6 slices fried green tomatoes (about 2 tomatoes worth)
1/4 cup remoulade sauce

1. Toss the shrimp in the oil and creole seasoning to coat.
2. Saute in a pan until cooked, about 2-3 minutes per side.
3. Assemble the sandwiches and enjoy!

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Token (Bento-Lunch-Blog) said...

gosh this looks so hot!!! <3 Love all your great recipes and brilliant photos!

Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

Wow, amazing! *drool*



Curra said...

Impresionante bocadillo y tan apetecible que morderĂ­a ahora mismo.
Buen fin de semana

Cass said...

Looks absolutely amazing. Yummy.

The Girlie Blog said...

Interesting. I've never had shrimp in a sandwich before!

shannon said...

I go to New Orleans a lot & this is my favorite kind of po-boy!

polwig said...

That looks awesome, I love how you get the crunch from the tomatoes and not fried shrimp for a change

Leah said...

Wow a prawn sandwich! Great idea!

Butterfly said...

Amazing...I got 2 try this sandwich!!

Joudie's Mood Food said...

I could use somethign like this right now. it looks delish!

SC said...

what a great recipe, combining classic fried green tomatoes AND shrimp! thank you!

esdelope said...

Ooo I wish I had this for lunch today!


Eddie@CulinaryStudio said...

There are few things I love more than fried green tomatoes. Shrimp po boys may be one of them. Nice work.

claire said...

WOW~! I was drooling before (at your fried green tomatoes with shrip) but i am NEEDING this sandwich! great idea kevin!

DerpFiles said...

Shrimp is always relevant to my interests. Delicious.

momma j lee ♥ said...

This PoBoy recipe sounds and looks amazing! We're having a lunch gathering at our place this wkend, I'm thinking I might just try out your PoBoy!

I happened to stumble across your blog and am falling in love with your recipes. I'll be back often :)

Happy Bloggings!

eonyc said...

This looks amazing! I am a Yankee, but I think you just convinced me to make my own fried green tomatoes!

Maria said...

That Po Boy looks fantastic! Love everything about it.

sistergrenadine said...

Nice! I am going to make a point of making this recipe.

Have you ever been to Hot Belly Mama's in Peterborough? I used to live there, aside from the place I worked, that was my favourite restaurant, really tasty creole food.

Eva said...

This came out perfectly! The tomatoes and shrimp go SO well together, looking forward to making this again.

Lila said...

The Girlie Blog:

WHAT?!?! You don't know what you're missing!

Although I am a New Orleans native, so I've been eating shrimp poboys for forever.

Giovanna said...

excellent recipe, greetings from Italy through to me if you like

Mellissa Gabel said...

Can't say I've ever through about shrimp on a sandwich but this looks delicious!

Abundance Yeah said...

I will try this. New Follower.
food blog too

Jamie said...

Wow this is my kind of sandwich. You have me grabbing formy Paul Prudhomme cookbooks but this updated sexy version of a Po Boy looks so much better than the more traditional Po Boys. Gorgeous!

Han said...

OMG - that looks descrumptious - can you make one for me?

MacKenzie Smith said...

Omg that looks awesome! I just made a fried green tomato grilled cheese for my blog the other week and I can't stop craving them!

Love your photos by the way!

dining room table said...

Wow! This is one delicious sandwich! Really amazing to have thought of this.

Jen said...

This recipe was awesome! I made it for my husband last weekend and he said it was the best meal he had in a long time!

Mel said...

I just found this recipe by doing a search on It looks amazing! I linked to it on my blog and can't wait to try it out!

Lloyd Taganahan said...

this is amazing!

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