Fried Oyster Po'boys

Throughout Louisiana, a po'boy, a soft French roll stuffed to the brim with the hot filling of your choice, is considered the best of all possible sandwiches. You can make it with spicy sausages or sliced roast beef dripping with gravy, but deep-fried oysters are what put this sandwich on the map.
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Review 1 for Fried Oyster Po'boys
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pbschwan
,Elkin
,nc
June 15, 2012
Ability level:Professional
Cooks for:1 to 2 people
Cooks:Every day
Would You Recommend? No
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Oyster PoBoy
June 15, 2012
For a truly good poboy, one must have a good, traditional PoBoy bread. Have been unable to find a recipe for this and the bread is available only in the New Orleans area. Without the PoBoy bread, it is just another sub!
Would love to have recipe for this if someone has it!
Pros: Easy, Adaptable
Cons: wrong bread