Pickled Green Tomato and Shrimp Remoulade Po Boy

Pickled Green Tomato and Shrimp Remoulade Po Boy

Near the end of summer I made a fried green tomato and shrimp remoulade po boy that I enjoyed immensely. While I was eating it, thinking about the fried green tomatoes reminded me of pickled green tomatoes and I figured that a pickled green tomato shrimp po boy with remoulade sauce would also be an amazing flavour combination. The idea of this new sandwich was the perfect excuse to make some pickled green tomatoes right away and then to make another po boy when they were ready! The only problem was that the green tomatoes needed several months to pickle so I would have to wait. Several months later I was still anticipating the pickled green tomato and shrimp po boy with remoulade sauce and I could finally try it. The wait was well worth it as the crisp, tart and sour pickled green tomatoes went perfectly with the spicy succulent shrimp and luscious remoulade sauce! Now I have a bunch of pickled green tomatoes to enjoy! I will have a hard time trying to not just make this sandwich over and over again and to try something new.

Pickled Green Tomato and Shrimp Remoulade Po Boy

(makes 4 servings)
Printable Recipe

Ingredients:
1 pound shrimp (shelled and deviened)
1 tablespoon oil
1 tablespoon creole seasoning
1 baguette
1 cup lettuce (shredded)
2 pickled green tomatoes (sliced)
1/4 cup remoulade sauce

Directions:
1. Toss the shrimp in the oil and creole seasoning to coat.
2. Skewer and grill the shrimp until cooked, about 2-3 minutes per side.
3. Assemble sandwich and enjoy.

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25 comments:

Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

That Po Boy is terrific! What a glorious combo.

Cheers,

Rosa

Jan said...

good n perfect stuff... sure i ll have lot if it is here...


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bellini valli said...

The likled green tomatoes do sound good Kevin!!!

Verve.IS.served said...

I love that a remoulade sauce and pickled green onions are two very versatile ingredients, adding either one of these brings some tang to a mundane sandwich. And I think that "tang" is going to be a knockout with the shrimp.I also appreciate the fact that this is going to be tasty, but it's also quite for you.

--Priyanka

Healthy Eating 101

♥peachkins♥ said...

amazing sandwich!

naama peled said...

look's sooooooo good!
i love your blog!

Joanne said...

Ooo I made some pickled green tomatoes this year that desperately need some using up! This sounds wonderful!

Kelly said...

I adore a good po boy. I have some crabs in the freezer so I've been thinking I should make some crab cake po boys. Yum!

marla@familyfreshcooking.com said...

Your Po Boy sandwich is looking mighty tasty! Love a good remoulade sauce over here.

Create. Snap. Eat. said...

Mouth watering -- and I am still full from breakfast. Really, this is amazing work.

Rhondi said...

I'm really enjoying your blog. I gave you an award today:
http://bigmamashomekitchen.blogspot.com/2010/11/stylish-blog-award.html

Have a great weekend!

Maria said...

Great Po Boy!

Ivy said...

This looks amazing.

Jan said...

Yes please I'll have one of those!

Cooking Gallery said...

This looks incredibly delicious...! I especially like the addition of prawns to the Po Boy...!!

Susan: My Food Obsession said...

Wow Kevin! This sandwich looks amazing, you just may be the sandwich king :)

Wills Kitchen said...

Never thought of using pickeled green tomatoes like this sounds and looks great.

Distilled said...

Can't.stop.tummy.rumbling!

Anonymous said...

My Mother would can green tomatoes cut on the thick side. This was so through the winter she could fry them. Maybe your pickled tomatoes
could be fried as well.

Mei Teng said...

Looks really delicious. And the shrimps looked juicy.

Vanessa said...

That looks so freaking delicious I can barely stand it.

Jennifer said...

GORGEOUS! Looks straight out of Nawlins =)

xoXOxo
Jenn L @ Peas & Crayons

Cajun Chef Ryan said...

Love me some good ole N'Awlins Po-Boy, and this one is fantastic!

The Urban Baker said...

i want this right now!

Euniceee said...

Simply delicious! =]

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