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Finding easy but delicious dinner recipes can be difficult, especially as the kids get older and we end up having more week night plans after school and work. My kids love sandwiches but the adults in the house do not want to just rely on cold cuts every busy evening so I decided to spice up a traditional shrimp sandwich with a homemade remoulade sauce, a fun pretzel bun and our favorite SeaPack® shrimp.
I am not a big sea food lover but I adore shrimp – any kind of shrimp! I know I got this love from my grandma, I remember trying beer battered shrimp when I was just a child and instantly shared a shrimp love with my grandma. I decided that I would introduce my kids to shrimp by creating a yummy sandwich with some SeaPack Popcorn Shrimp – it was a hit. Lucky for us, our kids like all sea food so having these great Party Size boxes of oven ready shrimp on hand makes for an easy way to have dinner on the table fast!
There is something very important about the sauce that goes with shrimp so when I thought of these shrimp sandwiches on a pretzel bun I knew I had to create the perfect sauce for our sandwiches but also wanted to find a dipping sauce that can be used as well.
Free Printable Recipe Here.
1 cup mayonnaise
3 TBSP Dijon mustard
1 TBSP lemon juice
1 TBSP parsley
1 TBSP hot sauce of choice
2 tsp whole grain mustard
2 cloves garlic, minced
1 tsp paprika
1/2 tsp salt
1/4 tsp cayenne pepper
1. Combine all ingredients in mixing bowl. Mix together completely.
2. Refrigerate sauce for 1 hour for all the flavors to combine.
3. Use for dipping sauce or sauce for sandwiches. Enjoy!
Now it is time to make these perfect popcorn shrimp sandwiches! I am loving the pretzel bun trend and decided to jump on the bandwagon and start making some artisan sandwiches using them. Like I said before, these are so easy to throw together after a long day at work and I know the family is enjoying some high quality seafood from SeaPack!
Popcorn Shrimp Pretzel Bun Sandwich
SeaPack Popcorn Shrimp
Pretzel Buns, sliced
Lettuce or cabbage, shredded
Sliced dill pickles
1. Prepare SeaPack popcorn shrimp as directed on box.
2. Spread an even layer of the newly made remoulade on the bottom pretzel bun.
3. Create a layer of popcorn shrimp over the remoulade sauce.
4. Sprinkle shredded lettuce or cabbage over the shrimp.
5. Top lettuce with some sliced dill pickles.
6. Place top pretzel bun on layers and enjoy!
SO GOOD and a must try to add to your meal plan next week. It might surprise you to find these high quality seafood products in the frozen food section of your local Walmart but it is true! Before you head to Walmart make sure you download this coupon for .75 cents off of any SeaPack product. Time to bring home the seafood goodness to your family.
How will you #ShrimpItUp?
Cathy McInnes says
Censie, my mouth is watering as I look as this amazing sandwich using SeaPak shrimp! Delicious! #client
Masshole Mommy says
That sounds really yummy! I think my husband would love this!
Gloria Duggan says
This is a great sounding sandwich…and I totally love pretzel buns!!
Heather Lawrence says
I have never had popcorn shrimp before but my hubby say's they are delicious!
This sandwich would be right up his alley that's for sure.
Ashley @Irishred02 says
I love shrimp, this sandwich looks really tasty!
Laura - Eye Candy Creative Studio says
oh my goodness this looks so good AND on a pretzel bun? that was just the icing on the cake – yum!!!
Lois Alter Mark says
Why didn't I ever think of this?! I love popcorn shrimp!
Pretzel buns can really make a sandwich. This sounds really good.
Laura Funk says
Oh Yum! Never thought to make a shrimp sandwich. I might just make this for dinner tomorrow
Glad to see you added Remoulade to the receipe – you can't make a good po' boy without it. The pretzel bun was an element I hadn't thought of before – nice touch!
You get the creative recipe of the week award – wow this one looks fab. I never thought of the bun idea.
Tam @ TravellingBookJunkie says
This looks like a tasty sandwich, not sure I could eat it regularly but as a one off treat I think it could be very enjoyable.
I am so in love with this sandwich!!!! Shrimp po-boys are a favorite and I love the homemade remoulade sauce.