Fried Green Tomatoes with Shrimp Remoulade

Fried Green Tomatoes with Shrimp Remoulade

Last week a kind reader left a comment on my fried green tomatoes recipe suggesting that I try fried green tomato shrimp remoulade. I am always looking for new ways to enjoy fried green tomatoes and there is no way that you could go wrong topping them off with some shrimp in a tasty remoulade sauce. As luck would have it, I remembered seeing some green tomatoes at the farmers market last week so the fried green tomato shrimp remoulade made it to my meal plan really quickly! :) This recipe is pretty easy and you can even make the remoulade sauce the day before which works out for the best as the flavours get a chance to mingle overnight. While researching this recipe I found out that this dish is often served with the shrimp and remoulade sauce chilled while the fried green tomatoes are piping hot to add a nice contrasting temperature to the dish. I have to say that the tangy fried green tomatoes go really well with the sweet and juicy shrimp in their tasty remoulade sauce! This recipe would work equally well for a light meal of as an appetizer.

Fried Green Tomatoes with Shrimp Remoulade

Fried Green Tomatoes with Shrimp Remoulade

(makes 2 servings)
Printable Recipe

Ingredients:
2 cups salad greens (optional)
6 slices fried green tomatoes (hot)
12 large shrimp (shelled, deviened, cooked and chilled)
1 batch remoulade sauce (chilled)

Directions:
1. Divide the salad greens and fried green tomatoes between two plates topping the tomato slices each with 2 shrimp and a tablespoon remoulade sauce.

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36 comments:

Wills Kitchen said...

We also like a crabmeat with the remoulade sauce and we just had some FGT with a clintro lime mayo sauce that was really good.
Your blog is great by the way.

Leah said...

I have never tried fried green tomatoes, maybe it's time to give it a go? They look great with prawns, yum..

Cass said...

Yummy, looks delicious. I love fried green tomatoes but am so nervous to try cooking myself. I'll definitely have to check this out!

Lori Lynn said...

That's a good one Kevin, we love FGTs, adding shrimp is perfect. Great photos too.
LL

Jennifer said...

Kevin this looks amazing!!! I fell in love with both fried green tomatoes and remoulade when I moved to the southern USA.

S. said...

Looks amazing and so gourmet. Such an impressive dish! (And I love remoulade sauce.)

MissAlyssa said...

WOW this looks amazing! i cannot wait to try it!

bellini valli said...

I have been looking for new ways with fried green tomatoes Kevin.

The Southern Cookbook said...

I have to say this looks awesome, being from the south fried green tomatoes is a must, but you added a kick to this already great taste. I will definitely try this one. Thanks. Great post! Pssst. Love the blog I subscribed,Facebook as well ;), Oh, and twitter.....

Jess @ Bakericious said...

looks delicious.

Rabbittrick said...

what a novel idea! fried tomatoes and remoulade. speaking of the latter, I've never tried. and since those words have left my mouth, i AM going to try this very soon! =)

Jennifurla said...

THis looks utterly fantastic

MeetaK said...

kevin this looks simply awesome. i want!

stefania said...

Una vera lecornia ♥♥♥
Grazie per le tue belle ricette, ciao Stefania

Nina Timm said...

Wow , this recipe is worth stumbling. Great job!!

Joanne said...

I had fried green tomatoes for the first time two weeks ago and fell in love! I'm going to try to make them and this looks like an excellent way to prepare 'em!

esdelope said...

This looks absolutely stunning! I may have to try this for my supper tonight!

Becca

Kitten with a Whisk said...

Oh my. I could eat a dozen of these right now.

We Are Not Martha said...

As if a fried green tomato wasn't enough, you totally took this to the next level! And it looks absolutely amazing :)

Sues

Renata said...

WOW!!! That looks delicious! And sophisticated!

Alisa said...

I was just looking at the remoulade sauce recipe and noticed you use a good dose of cayenne. We never use cayenne anymore because we bought some years ago, used the tiniest amount in some chili (half of what the well-rated recipe called for, which wasn't a lot) and it literally ruined the chili. It was so gut-wrenchingly hot that I can honestly say it was the only meal I have ever had to throw away. No matter how hard we tried and how much we diluted, it was inedible. So my question is, are their different types of cayenne? Could some be hotter than others? I seriously can't imagine using a whole 1/4 t in such a small batch otherwise! I've seen you use cayenne a few times so I thought you might know.

Suzanne aka vivisue said...

I have some green tomatoes for frying in my refrigerator as we speak. Now I know what I am going to do with them. EXCELLENT!

Chelsea @ sprinklesofparsley.com said...

I've never had fried green tomatoes before, but your pictures and recipe are making me want to run to the grocery store and try making it right now! Your pictures are amazing and I love that you post such unique dishes. I'll definitely be following your blog closely for recipe ideas!

eatwithyoureyes said...

You've done it agin Kevin - brilliant

claire said...

wow kevin- this looks amazing! i LOVE fried green tomatoes!

beautiful photos!

Ashley... said...

Looks amazingly good! I have to finally try fried green tomatoes and will try this recipe! :) Yummy :)

Colleen @ The Taste Place said...

Those look absolutely delicious! I think may definitely try this. I've never even tried fried green tomatoes -- much less made them myself -- but, my husband I do plan to sample them when we visit the Appalachia region this Fall.

vanillasugar said...

sweet jesus kevin this is perfect. I LOVE kicking up remoulade.
also, before i forget, i made a lobster salad that i think you will dig. it has a spicy adobo-mayo sauce in it.

Kevin said...

Alisa: As far as I know, there is only one type of cayenne pepper, though it is possible that different powders have different levels of heat. When adding spicy heat where you are not so familiar with the level of heat, I highly recommend that you add it slowly and taste test as you go. This way you can get it to the spiciness that you desire. Really you just want a mild heat here and if you used a hot paprika that would probably work as well. If you have a favorite hot sauce such as Tabasco or maybe sambal oelek you could also use a drop/dash of these as well.

Robin said...

Loving the fried green tomatos. Recipe aside, your image lighting is fabulous!

Mindy said...

These look delicious. Definitely one to add to my must-try list.

Pam said...

Truly speechless. I want this dish right now!

Alisa said...

Thanks Kevin, I hadn't thought to switch to hot paprika. Seriously, my husband likes things spicy, but we used the smallest amount of cayenne in a chili (I think it was 1/8 or 1/4 teaspoon in a batch big enough for 8 people) and it was totally inedible. Burn out your stomach lining hot. There must have been something astray with that cayenne. Still, I think it is a good idea to stick with hot sauce and hot paprika, I will seek that out, thanks!

katiez said...

I have a garden full of green tomatoes! Wonderful recipe....

shipleypowell said...

I often see interesting recipes I can't get out of my mind. This was one of those. So I made this tonight. Wonderful...great use of my green tomatoes in the garden. As a southerner, I eat fried green tomatoes, but I never actually make them. Thanks for the inspiration.

http://www.erikorganic.com/dining-room/dining-room-table.shtml said...

I find your shrimp recipes so interesting. This is another one that I might try this weekend. I am so excited.

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