Top Rated Po'Boy Recipes

Grilled Shrimp
This award-winning recipe from Executive Chef Brian Katz was named the “Best Shrimp Po'Boy” during the 2010 Po-Boy Festival. You can try it at Ralph Brennan’s Red Fish Grill in New Orleans or make it at home for a taste of the South. — Yasmin Fahr
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5
Shrimp or Crawfish Po'boy
If you visit Louisiana, you have to try a po'boy sandwich. This traditional Louisiana sandwich could be eaten with roast beef or some fried seafood, such as shrimp or crawfish. With the delicious French bread, you have to ask for your sandwich well 'dressed.' This recipe is courtesy of Claw Daddy's.
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4.666665
Spicy Shrimp Po'Boy
This sandwich knocks it out of the park. Zatarain’s Seasoned Shrimp Fri and Cajun Hot Sauce are the perfect combo for crispy, spicy, fried shrimp. Load them onto toasty French bread with all the fixings and take a big bite. Recipe courtesy of Zatarain’s.
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4.5
A good dose of hot sauce and a quality baguette — with a crisp outside and fluffy center — are what bring this sandwich into the po'boy family, even when you're skipping the meat or fried seafood found on the versions in Louisiana. The meatiness of the firm tofu makes it a delicious substitute, even for carnivores. This recipe offers a little spice with a nice grilled flavor; certainly a dish to add to your next warm summer evening with friends. -Lindsey Compton This recipe was originally published in The Chicago Tribune. 
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4.5
Fried Shrimp and Oyster Po’boy
This po'boy, from chef Isaac Toups of Toups Meatery and Toups South in New Orleans, packs in a heaping portion of fried oysters and shrimp. As opposed to the standard "dressing" of lettuce, tomoato and mayo, it's topped with a tangy salad and mayo made with Steen's cane vinegar.
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4.5
Copper Vine's Blackened Redfish
This recipe puts together Creole seasoning, black pepper, lemon juice to create nice 'black' crusted fish fillet. You can choose to either eat as well dressed po'boy sandwich or on its own with some rice. This recipe is courtesy of Chef Mike Brewer from Copper Vine in New Orleans. 
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4.5
fried oyster po' boy
What can I say? Fried oysters rock. And in this sandwich, they're the star, featured simply in a fresh baguette with a spicy Cajun mayo, a little lettuce, and sliced tomato.
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4.1