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
- 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
- Toss the shrimp in the oil and creole seasoning to coat.
- Saute in a pan until cooked, about 2-3 minutes per side.
- Assemble the sandwiches and enjoy!
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Token (Bento-Lunch-Blog) says
gosh this looks so hot!!! <3 Love all your great recipes and brilliant photos!
Rosa's Yummy Yums says
Wow, amazing! *drool*
Impresionante bocadillo y tan apetecible que mordería ahora mismo.
Buen fin de semana
Looks absolutely amazing. Yummy.
The Girlie Blog says
Interesting. I've never had shrimp in a sandwich before!
I go to New Orleans a lot & this is my favorite kind of po-boy!
That looks awesome, I love how you get the crunch from the tomatoes and not fried shrimp for a change
Wow a prawn sandwich! Great idea!
Amazing…I got 2 try this sandwich!!
Joudie's Mood Food says
I could use somethign like this right now. it looks delish!
what a great recipe, combining classic fried green tomatoes AND shrimp! thank you!
Ooo I wish I had this for lunch today!
[email protected] says
There are few things I love more than fried green tomatoes. Shrimp po boys may be one of them. Nice work.
WOW~! I was drooling before (at your fried green tomatoes with shrip) but i am NEEDING this sandwich! great idea kevin!
Shrimp is always relevant to my interests. Delicious.
momma j lee ♥ says
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 🙂
This looks amazing! I am a Yankee, but I think you just convinced me to make my own fried green tomatoes!
That Po Boy looks fantastic! Love everything about it.
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.
This came out perfectly! The tomatoes and shrimp go SO well together, looking forward to making this again.
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.
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Mellissa Gabel says
Can't say I've ever through about shrimp on a sandwich but this looks delicious!
Abundance Yeah says
I will try this. New Follower.
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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!
OMG – that looks descrumptious – can you make one for me?
MacKenzie Smith says
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! http://www.grilledcheesesocial.com/2010/08/ole-yall.html
Love your photos by the way!
dining room table says
Wow! This is one delicious sandwich! Really amazing to have thought of this.
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!
I just found this recipe by doing a search on Foodily.com. It looks amazing! I linked to it on my blog and can't wait to try it out!
Lloyd Taganahan says
this is amazing!