Posted by on Nov 24, 2020 in Main Courses | 41 comments

Fish Po Boy Sandwich

Fish Po Boy Sandwich

Here’s a great recipe for a po boy fried fish sandwich right at of New Orleans. This Cajun specialty sandwich can be made with fried oysters, shrimp, or fish. The Bald chef shows you step-by-step how to make an authentic Po boy sandwich. The fish is battered up deep-fried and served on bakery fresh bread with a homemade spicy dressing. This is an easy recipe to put together If you’re a big fan of po boys this recipe might just be for you.

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Fish Po Boy Sandwich

Here’s a great recipe for a po boy fried fish sandwich right at of New Orleans. This Cajun specialty sandwich can be made with fried oysters, shrimp, or fish. The Bald chef shows you step-by-step how to make an authentic Po boy sandwich. The fish is battered up deep-fried and served on bakery fresh bread with a homemade spicy dressing. This is an easy recipe to put together If you’re a big fan of po boys this recipe might just be for you.

41 Responses to “Fish Po Boy Sandwich”

  1. I Just Like To Cook says:

    Nice! I get fish or shrimp poboy with a side of gumbo every time i go to
    New Orleans. 

    • The Bald Chef says:

      New Orleans is one of my favorite cities, and I love to go there and eat a
      thing from Po boys to gumbo, you name it is one of the best cities in
      America for food, no doubt about it. I love all kinds Cajun food in these
      fish Po boys were pretty darn good. Thanks for checking out my recipe and
      take care now!

  2. Linda's Pantry says:

    Awesome as always my friend!

    • The Bald Chef says:

      Nice hearing from you. Linda always a pleasure. Thanks for taking the time
      to check out my New Orleans style fried fish pole boy sandwich. The fresh
      bread and fresh fish made this sandwich absolutely delicious.

  3. James Strange says:

    Very nice looking sandwich! 

    • The Bald Chef says:

      James, thanks for your nice comment on my New Orleans style Po boy fish
      sandwich. The beer batter about this fish up to new heights and it tasted
      your great.

  4. Ray Mack's Kitchen and Grill says:

    Great sammie chef Glen

  5. Juanelo1946 says:

    You did everything right, Glen! This is one heck of a delicious sandwich! I
    crave fish sandwiches, especially those made this well! Thanks for sharing
    your expertise!

    • The Bald Chef says:

      Juaanelo I know you’re a fisherman, I have watched you fish. now if you
      enjoy fried fish then this Po Boy fried fish sandwich Cajun style might
      just be for you. Thanks for taking a look at my video and keep on cooking!

  6. russky salamander says:

    another fantastic and fun video. thank you

    • The Bald Chef says:

      You got one life, so you better have fun with it, and I did make it at this
      Cajun specialty fried fish Po boys. good good stuff, thanks for your review
      and comment !

  7. Cajun TV Network says:

    Awesome looking Po Boy Chef Glen +The Bald Chef 

    • The Bald Chef says:

      thanks for checking out my Cajun inspired fried fish po boy sandwich.
      Thanks for your comment.

  8. Kulinary Kreations says:

    Nice sammy Glen! I love batter dipped fish! :)

  9. Smokes A Rollin says:

    Chef, That’s a fantastic looking Po Boy. I love the sauce you made for it
    and Kudos for using the Colorado Kool Aid. 

    • The Bald Chef says:

      Russ this truly is a fantastic Po Boy sandwich straight out of New Orleans.
      I love banquet beer the original right out Golden CO.My homemade sauce
      brought this sandwich up to the next level. Thanks for your comment brother!

  10. elrabbitsbbq says:

    A Simple but very nice sandwich!!

    • The Bald Chef says:

      In cooking sometimes the simplest things of the best and this holes true
      with this Cajun fried fish po boy sandwich. Thanks take the time to take a
      look at would’ve done and make a nice comment.

  11. ChefGeneRobert says:

    Looks like some good eating there Brother!!!

    • The Bald Chef says:

      Gene thanks for digging a look at the southern specialty sandwich that
      infamous Po Boy sandwich featuring fried fish. Thanks for taking the time
      to view my video, and placing a comment, take care!

  12. m1shadow says:

    So i was going to eat steak tonight… then i watched this video, and guess
    what… a fish po boy it is now! Great video as always- great instructions
    and entertainment in 1 🙂 Oh.. and love how you did it in cast iron!

    • The Bald Chef says:

      I know for fact your a cast iron man, and if you want to make this Cajun
      fish fry the only way to properly fry fish. This beer battered fish is
      best cooked in a cast iron pan. I will send you a link to some of the other
      channels that I have but I’m afraid of repercussions from people.

    • m1shadow says:

      No problem, if you want, send it to me in a private message if you want to
      keep them private and separate from these 😉 By the way.. i did those
      mozzarella sticks again.. and they came out perfect, so thanks again for
      that recipe!

  13. T-ROY COOKS says:

    Reminds me of back home in La. That bread you had looked perfect for a
    Poboy. Nicely done Glen. Keep on Rockin’ out those recipes buddy!!!

  14. Chef Bourque says:

    Excellent. I love Po-boys and you nailed this one my friend. Aieee!

  15. bg147 says:

    I ordered a Po boy once and the fish with breading was a quarter inch
    thick. For a second, I thought they forgot the fish. Yours is much better.

    • The Bald Chef says:

      147 yes, the breading on this New Orleans style fish Po boy sandwich is
      much lighter with my recipe. Give it a try. I think you’ll like, thanks for
      the time to review the recipe.

  16. Fatimah Houmadi says:

    hey mr bald chef im in college and dont have a ton of time i was wondering
    if you could do a quick easy and healthy series
    keep it up and thanks so much

    • The Bald Chef says:

      I will try to work on this, my wife is been after me for my eaters body.I
      have thought about doing a series of videos on clean eating. Just don’t
      know when I want to break out and start doing it.

  17. 426 SUPER BEE says:

    Oh man po boy sandwiches YUM i like Subs sandwiches as well

  18. archie says:

    Another mouth watering video
    Cod is my favorite fish . thanks for posting :)

    • The Bald Chef says:

      +archie I think it’s been a while, since you been around, nice to see you
      back. You can never go wrong with this poy boy New Orleans quintessential
      sandwich recipe. Thanks your comment

  19. archie says:

    Your welcome 🙂 great looking sandwich !

  20. Nazgûl, Fool says:

    Are you from down south? Just recently started watching your videos. I’m
    from Louisiana, myself, and can vouch that one simply cannot go wrong with
    a po-boy.
    If you’re from the north though, I can only dream of you to taste a real
    southern po-boy!
    Have a great day! 

    • The Bald Chef says:

      +Odorf Swardson I am from Colorado, but lived in Washington DC for the last
      30 years. I spent a lot of time in Louisiana and Texas. I have experienced
      great foods of Louisiana. In your liking the live one of my favorite places
      United States. Thanks so much for your interest in my channel kind
      comments, take care now.