Mary’s Mardi Gras Po-Boy Shrimp Sliders with Homemade Remoulade Sauce
Finger-licking Finger Food for Your Next Get-Together
Who can resist a po-boy shrimp sandwich, especially when it fits perfectly in the palm of your hand? My Mardi Gras po-boy shrimp slider recipe is a festive and flavorful tribute to true New Orleans cooking. They're simple to make—no deep fryer needed, just your favorite skillet! These southern-style sliders are handcrafted with cornmeal and Cajun seasoning for that authentic Southern touch. They're perfect for Mardi Gras parties or any festive occasion with friends and family!
A Match Made in Heaven: Homemade Remoulade Sauce for Your Po-Boy Sliders
What is remoulade sauce? Remoulade is a flavorful condiment that perfectly complements the light, savory taste of shrimp. Traditionally made with mayonnaise, whole grain mustard, lemon juice, and a dash of hot sauce, this French sauce adds a creamy, tangy, and slightly spicy layer of dimension to any dish.
My remoulade has a little twist, too—fresh dill is the not-so-secret ingredient that takes it to the next level. We’re using the remoulade as a dressing here, but it makes a great dipping sauce too! Don’t skip it—in my opinion, this scratch-made remoulade recipe ties the whole dish together so every bite is a Mardi Gras party!
Still hungry? Make it a full-size sandwich.
It’s easy to transform these delightful sliders into full-size po-boy sandwiches for a heartier meal. When we’re down at the farm, we like to serve these on full-size buns alongside some of our favorite fish fry sides. No matter what size you make them, be warned: They’ll disappear quickly. They're just that delicious!
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