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Discussion in 'General' started by you go boy, Feb 9, 2017.
Lmao tell me more
That’s hard lol.
So confirmed that this joint tastes like the Po' Boy in sandwich form?
Was finally able to find it last night. Worth all the hype. Spicy one is bomb. Going to try the plain one today with the chick fil a honey roasted bbq sauce.
Y'all wanna post which city and state y'all getting them from? Popeyes around DC can definitely vary from location to location
Just got mine from the Popeye's on Rockville pike. Put the sweet heat sauce on it.... trust!
Somebody get their "Fried Hard / Cooked Hard" and give a review please.
It needs more crispiness.
Agreed. I got one of each and went through the mild easy.
Pardon my ignorance but what is all this talk about the strength of the frying/cooking? I’ve seen it mentioned multiple times over the past pages.
Nah..completely diff taste.. the po boy just tenders...which is still good...
This a whole nother level of juicy, crunchy... only thing missing is that ‘spicy’ taste...but it’s legit all the same...
Frying harder gives it more crispness and crunch
To ME, the chicken isn't crunchy enough.
IMagine how crispy the bottom of a typical Popeyes Bone-In Breast is. That is what I want from this sandwich.
So I suggest asking for it to be fried hard (Well Done) to maximize the crunchiness.
Thanks, this entices me to try it more now.
The Po' Boy and Sweet Heat used to be my go to for years.
Popeyes chicken sandwich with sweet heat sauce
Y’all know Po’boys from Popeyes is on the level with cheesesteaks from Subway? Ijs
I'm trying that next.
Fried strong style
@dcallamerican wrong terminology but he's kinda learning?
Popped my cherry last night with the sandwich.. decided to go for it again with the sweetheat. Man oh man
Aren’t authentic Po’boys made with skrimp?
Had to get it again for lunch
Not necessarily. Fish, shrimp, (hot)sausage, crawfish.....all acceptable.
Interesting. So again, pardon my ignorance, what specifically makes a Po’ Boy a Po’ Boy?
I would say the French bread-style baguette makes it a Po Boy. Otherwise, it's a standard sandwich
The bread and the listed meats/seafood. Preferably from a gas station.
Ahhhh got it. Thanks for the clarification! I kinda want a fried shrimp Po Boy now Do all places put a sauce on the shrimp Po’ Boys or just some?