clamdigs Posted: 07/07/12
maddypotpie Posted: 09/03/12
This is one of the best Cooking Light recipes I've made in awhile. I followed the recipe almost exactly, but I added a Tbsp more olive oil into the pan (the shrimp wasn't getting a good crust with the 2 tsp. of oil the recipe suggests). The longer the slaw sits, the better it gets! The po'boys come together quickly, so if you prep the slaw in advance, it's a very quick weeknight meal.
sunshy321 Posted: 04/08/13
Many steps to this recipe - so, maybe not a weeknight meal. However, it was very good! I saved a few more calories by using whole wheat hamburger buns (hollowed them out as instructed). I used premade bread crumbs, rather than taking the time to make my own. Used a squeeze of fresh lemon on top of each sandwich at time of serving.
Amy2322 Posted: 03/03/13
Delicious. My breading on the shrimp didn't come together and it didn't matter, this sandwich was still excellent. Will make this regularly and for guests!
KathrynNC Posted: 08/10/12
Very tasty! My only caveat was I couldn't get the "breading" mixture to really stick evenly by shaking in the bag. Maybe next time I will try a plate and press into mixture? Substituted green and red cabbage for the slaw just because it is what we had on hand already. This was a lot of filling to fit into the size of bread I think they intended, even after you remove the bulk of the inside. This makes it quite messy for sure. Made 5 servings for us and we will definitely make it again!