This classic delicious New Orleans sandwich is hand down amazing. Shrimp po’ boy consists of toasted garlic French bread that is filled to the brim with crispy fried shrimp, crunchy cabbage, garden fresh tomatoes and creamy remoulade sauce.  Its another name is shrimp club sandwich. The quintessential flavors of the Big Easy.

The combination of the flavors in this shrimp sandwich recipe is just phenomenal. Buttery, garlicky toasted bread, fried crispy on the outside, juicy on the inside shrimp, homemade remoulade sauce and crunchy fresh veggies such as crunchy cabbages and soft tomatoes. This classic quick-to-cook sandwich is loved by so many, and I always get it for lunch every chance I get to go to New Orleans. This wonderful fried shrimp sandwich recipe will satisfy your shrimp po’ boy cravings 100 percent. It is easy to make and pretty versatile.

The made from scratch flavorful remoulade is heavenly and brings all the other ingredients together.

You will need a lot of ingredients for shrimp po boy sandwich recipe, but it is not so difficult. Just a few simple steps and you can sink your teeth in this warm delicious po’ boy. Start with frying the battered shrimp in the deep frier. You can absolutely make cajun blackened shrimp in the pan if you are not into fried foods. You can also use any favorite fried and grilled seafood or even chicken, beef or other meat instead of shrimp. Toast the French baguette or hoagie rolls in the oven then spread melted butter with garlic mixture over them. Create remoulade by combining mayonnaise, fresh lemon juice, garlic, pepper relish, green onions, mustard, hot sauce, Worcestershire sauce, creole seasoning and pepper. Mix and leave in the fridge for all the flavors to blend together.

Assemble your sandwich by filling hot from the oven, aromatic garlic bread with succulent, fried shrimp, crunchy cabbage and colorful tomatoes and drizzle everything with mouthwatering mayo remoulade. This sandwich is worth every minute spent making it. In addition, it takes just a few minutes to prepare it. It is so good, no one would be able to resist it. It is a true labor of love, but the result is the best po’ boy sandwich you can get, outside of New Orleans of course.