Shrimp Po’ Boy Rice Bowls

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Looking for a way to switch up dinner?  Try making your favorite sandwich into a rice bowl!   I love shrimp Po’ Boys sandwiches.  I made this Shrimp Po’ Boy rice bowl, and it was delicious!   I also added shredded cabbage as a filler and to add some crunch.

My family does not eat meat on the Fridays during lent.  I promised myself that, this year, I would not just rely on grilled cheese on Lenten Fridays.   I love making up recipes, so I decided that I would try to come up with some new seafood recipes this year.

I have been really into Shrimp recipes lately.   I made this Shrimp Po’ Boy rice bowl using SeaPak® Butterfly shrimp.   This shrimp was juicy and flavorful.

If you want to learn more about SeaPak products, visit their website. Or visit them on Facebook, You Tube, Instagram or Pinterest.   All of these social media platforms also have some great recipe ideas.    You can also obtain a coupon that can be used for SeaPak products.

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You can find SeaPak products in the frozen food aisle at Wal-Mart.    I used SeaPak’s Butterfly Shrimp in my recipe.  SeaPak’s Beer battered Shrimp was excellent as well.

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My favorite part about this Po’ Boy Rice bowl?   I loved getting a little bit of everything in the bowl, and eating it all together.   My kids ate all their shrimp before anything else.  They loved it.

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Shrimp Po’ Boy Rice Bowls   – Ingredients below makes 1 bowl.  Multiply it for additional servings. 


3/4 cup of rice, cooked and heated. 

1 cup of chopped cabbage- you can use purple cabbage, green cabbage or both.  

6 SeaPak Butterfly Shrimp- cooked

1-2 tablespoons of Remoulade sauce

optional:  additional vegetables.  chopped tomatoes , zucchini, carrots or whatever is in season would make great additions to these bowls.

Remoulade Sauce 

2 tablespoons of mayonnaise 

2 tablespoons of horseradish sauce 

1 tablespoon ketchup

1/2 teaspoon of paprika 

1/2 teaspoon of garlic powder

1 teaspoon parsley flakes 

optional: hot sauce or cayenne pepper 

Method:  In a bowl, add rice, and chopped cabbage.  Toss rice and chopped cabbage together.   Bake shrimp pieces in the oven according to the instructions on the Seapak package.  Arrange the cooked shrimp on top and drizzle remoulade sauce on top.

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This was a wonderfully flavorful meal.  I can’t wait to try some more shrimp recipes this  season.  I know that this Po’ Boy rice bowl will be used in our dinner rotation again.

You can find some awesome Shrimp recipes here.  Also, don’t forget to visit them on social media for more inspiration.

Po Boy Shrimp Rice Bowls



  1. What a delicious way to enjoy shrimp! I love the added cabbage and the dressing sounds delicious! #client

  2. Oh my! is there anything that can’t be converted into a rice bowl of some sort? This looks absolutely fantastic!

  3. I love shrimp po boys! This looks absolutely amazing. Thanks for the recipe idea!

  4. This looks awesome! I love how yummy and easy this is. Their shrimp is excellent; I buy it when I make sushi at home!

  5. This looks so good! Will have to try it on my Cajun Hubby. I think I would have to add Sriracha to the remoulade for added heat.

  6. Looks delicious and easy! I love having salads for dinner so I’ll have to try this one out!

  7. Loving this one! I love the sauce….need to put on my dinner rotation!


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