This recipe has been added to our regular rotation. The only change I make is to use garlic powder instead of the minced garlic. My husband and son love these sandwiches. The sauce has just the right kick.
Shrimp Po'boy with Spicy Ketchup
dwilson0116 Posted: 02/09/10
SMcKinley Posted: 11/05/08
My family absolutely loves this recipe and it is very easy and quick to prepare.
sedutta Posted: 04/30/10
This is a great weeknight dinner. I used garlic powder instead of minced garlic and panko breadcrumbs. I also added some more hot sauce to the katchup for more spiciness- a lite summer meal that I served with a salad.
beautyfullperla Posted: 02/06/09
This was soooo good, my hubby says this is his new fave meal! I love the fact that this was low fat, i made it with the corn salad, so we really felt like we were at Mardi Gra! All i needed was some beads.......lol
limontee Posted: 02/24/09
My family really enjoyed this. I had the shrimp breaded and waiting in the refrigerator. Made a quick after-church lunch.
GeorgeNC Posted: 12/10/10
This is a very Po'Boy. I used 14C shrimp fried in olive oil using the bread crumbs. I added 2tbl mayo to the katchup sauce. French Bread sliced in half with some of the bread removed the grilled with butter. Romain with red onion. It was a huge hit. Will make again.
MereUbu Posted: 02/15/12
This is a go-to recipe in our house. Everybody loves it, and it's a great speedy supper. We serve it with CL's Tri-Color Coleslaw as a tasty lower-fat alternative to going out for po'boys.
emloumar Posted: 03/15/12
Recipe was ok. The bread crumbs really didn't stick to the shrimp for me, and burnt when i broiled them. I thought the red onion was also overpowering. Next time I would omit the onion. I liked the ketchup though, and will give this a second try with maybe just broiled shrimp.
cindytuck Posted: 07/29/12
Very good. Good way to substitute fring the shrimp with a lot less fat and calories.