Quick Shrimp Po' Boy Recipe: This Cajun Sandwich Recipe Will Transport You to New Orleans by 30Seconds Food
A po' boy is a sandwich that originated in Louisiana. The sandwich is made with meat, typically seafood or roast beef. The seafood – shrimp, crab, oyster, fish, crawfish – can be fried, boiled, grilled or blackened. Typically the bread of choice is French bread that's soft on the inside and crispy on the outside.
The are seasoned with Cajun seasoning and then cooked in a skillet in a little olive olive until cooked through. (You could also used seasoned boiled shrimp for this recipe.) Toasted hoagie rolls are spread with a generous amount of remoulade sauce, the the shrimp are piled on along with lettuce, tomato or your favorite sandwich toppings. So easy and delicious!
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 20 minutes
- shrimp, shelled and deveined
- Cajun seasoning
- olive oil
- remoulade sauce
- tomatoes, sliced
- French bread or hoagie rolls
Here's how to make it:
- Lay the bread or rolls cut side up on a baking sheet. Broil until toasted. Set aside.
- Season the shrimp with Cajun seasoning. Add a little olive oil to a grill pan or hot skillet. Cook the shrimp until pink and cooked through.
- Spread a generous amount of remoulade sauce on the hoagie roll. Top with the shrimp, lettuce and tomato. Serve.
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