Really good and super simple. Not quite the same flavor as a fried shrimp po'boy but good in it's own right. I loved the sauce made to recipe! Without the spice, the sandwich would have been too bland. Will make again.
I only used 1/8 tsp of red pepper, and it was still pretty spicy. Fine for us, but too much for our little kids. It was good and simple. I probably won't make again, but I don't regret making it.
This was a great weeknight meal, and, yes, the cayenne pepper in the sauce really woke up my tastebuds. The heat was a nice flavor substitute for frying the shrimp, so I think I might keep it the same next time because otherwise the sandwiches might be kind of bland. I served the po'boys with wilted spinach.
This was outstanding. My husband said it may be one of the best things I've ever made:) It is VERY spicy, which was fine for my husband and me but i dialed down the amount of sauce for my 10 year old. I also made the pickle chips which were alot of work but a huge hit. I'll be making this meal again and again.
This was quick and good! I am in agreement with another reviewer regarding the amount of red pepper. It kind of stole the show! I would decrease the amount by half next time!
This was a great dish. It was easy to make and tasted great. I like spicy dishes but the amount of red pepper was too much for me and I could not add extra sauce to the sandwich. I assume ground red pepper is the same as cayenne pepper. Next time, I will add way less. I also made the pickle chips and loved them. This is a keeper recipe for me!
Very good, and super simple. Would use large shrimp next time. Also made the pickle chips which were great. Forgot to buy the "chip" pickles and just sliced thick whole pickles, worked just as well.