This recipe was given to us by the popular Parkway Bakery & Tavern in New Orleans. Freshly fried oysters seasoned with a mix of garlic and cayenne are sandwiched between crusty bread and topped with crisp lettuce and tomato.
Recipe: New Orleans Oyster Po boy Summary: It’s such a simple sandwich, yet when you sit down with one of these, it’s hard to imagine anything tasting better. Ingredients Vegetable Oil 2 cups corn flour cup all-purpose flour 1 tsp.
Deep-fried Oyster Po' Boy Sandwiches with Spicy Remoulade Sauce
Oyster po' boys | The po’ boys we serve in the restaurant are a variation on the Louisiana staple, the name being a contraction of its original name, ‘poor boy’. In that neck of the woods, you might also find them filled with roast beef, and typically they’re served on a baguette — a French influence from New Orleans. We serve ours on house-made English muffins, with coleslaw. Make a start on this recipe the day before serving, as the oysters need a good long buttermilk soaking.