A Texas-style Shrimp Po' Boy sandwich is different from the more famous Louisiana Po' Boy. The Texas version uses large, cold, boiled Gulf shrimp instead of deep fried shrimp.
Make your Texas Shrimp Po' Boy in minutes. Use a whole wheat, multi-grain or white baguette bread. Look for a bread with a crusty exterior and airy soft center. Lighter and less dense than most white bread. Keep in mind, Miracle Whip has only 35 calories per tablespoon compared to 90 calories in mayonnaise.
SERVE WITH: Bread pudding, cole slaw and potato salad.
- 1 six inch piece of french bread
- 6 medium to large boiled shrimp, cold
- 1 tablespoon Miracle Whip or mayo
- 1 teaspoon horseradish
- shredded lettuce
- thin sliced tomato
- thin sliced red onion or shallot
Combine Miracle Whip or mayo with horseradish. Spread on both sides of bread. Then fill with remaining ingredients. Put lettuce on the bottom, then tomato, onion and shrimp last. Squirt a little lemon juice or Tabasco sauce over shrimp if desired.
There ya' have it -- Texas Shrimp Po' Boy, mmmmm good!
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