Creole Style Shrimp Loaves

Anna Sims


This was a recipe I actually got from my God son, who asked me to make this for him and it was the best shrimp sandwich I ever had! His family is Creole and his grandmother use to own a resteraunt and I'm pretty sure the recipe was hers. For a sandwich, it's slightly time consuming as you must remove the tail from the shrimp, batter and fry, but for a meal, not that time consuming and I find them to be very filling.


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15 Min
20 Min
Deep Fry


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2 lbs
raw jumbo shrimp (deveined and peeled))
3/4 c
corn meal
1/2 c
french rolls
miracle whip or mayonaise (your preference)
tomatoes sliced
sweet bread & butter chip pickles
tabasco hot sauce
to taste
garlic salt, season salt, obay seasoning and pepper

How to Make Creole Style Shrimp Loaves


  • 1Clean shrimp, devein, peel and remove tail, then season
  • 2To make batter; beat eggs in small bowl, combine corn meal and flour in seperate bowl and coat shrimp in eggs, then in flour and corn meal mixture
  • 3Fry shrimp on medium to medium high heat or in deep fryer
  • 4While shrimp is frying, butter French rolls and toast in oven and slice tomatoes and lettuce for sandwiches
  • 5Once French rolls are toasted and shrimp is cooked, build sandwiches by first spreading miracle whip on rolls, then lining shrimp across rolls, then lettuce, then tomatoes, then pickles, then sprinkle desired amount of hot sauce

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About Creole Style Shrimp Loaves

Course/Dish: Sandwiches, Seafood
Main Ingredient: Seafood
Regional Style: Cajun/Creole

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