5 Super-Tasty Ways to Make Po' Boys

Catfish Po' Boys with Pickle Remoulade © Antonis Achilleos
By F&W Editors Posted March 04, 2014

The po' boy, a traditional Louisiana sandwich, can be made with several kinds of meat or grilled fish. Here, 5 great po' boys to make for Mardi Gras.

The po' boy, a traditional Louisiana sandwich, can be made with several kinds of meat or grilled fish. Here, 5 great po' boys to make for Mardi Gras.

1. Shrimp
This version features grilled shrimp flavored with yellow miso and sambal oelek. For a spicier po' boy, add Tobasco sauce to crispy fried shrimp.

2. Pork
Grilled pork patties topped with crunchy pickle-and-shallot mayonnaise make a delicious filling.

3. Fried Fish
Chef Jay Foster's tasty sandwiches feature fried catfish and tangy pickle remoulade.

4. Oysters
Using canned smoked oysters saves time.

5. Chicken
These incredible sandwiches are made with fried chicken liver, sautéed onions and arugula.

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