Find recipes for po' boys, the official sandwich of Louisiana, in our Mardi Gras dinner-worthy collection. You're sure to find a po' boy recipe, packed with catfish or shrimp, destined to become your family's favorite Mardi Gras dinner choice.See Popular Po'boys Recipes
A New Orleans favorite, this hefty sandwich is typically served on a baguette. Combine mango with chilled shrimp, rather than the customary fried shrimp, for a fresh take on tradition.
Cajun seasoning gives this catfish po' boy recipe a spicy kick, while a dollop of slaw cools it back down. Swap the buns and serve over a bed of brown rice for a low carb meal.
This traditional Cajun catfish and sweet pepper sandwich makes a quick and easy weeknight dinner.
Mashed avocado mixed with reduced-fat mayo creates a cool, creamy spread--the perfect counterpoint to the spicy salmon and peppery arugula in this sandwich. Catfish is another tasty choice.
Low-fat coleslaw and baked cornmeal-coated fish give the classic Po' Boy sandwich a delicious heart-healthy spin.
This twist on the Louisiana favorite piles grilled shrimp and creamy-dressed cabbage onto a crusty bun. Bread that's soft on the inside and crusty on the outside is perfect for a Po' Boy sandwich. We grill both sides of a whole-wheat bun for that added crunch. You may need a few extra napkins to enjoy it, but this quick and easy sandwich is well worth it. Serve with: Sauteed corn and bell peppers.
In Cajun country, catfish is king. And as we gear up to celebrate Mardi Gras (or Fat Tuesday), we take our own bow to the catfish that folks from Louisiana know how to cook to perfection. Pan-fried or baked, catfish has a mild flavor that marries well with spices like paprika and cayenne pepper, and a dash of hot-pepper sauce.