8oz. Melted unsalted butter
8 Thick slices of Sourdough Bread
8 Slices Gouda or American Cheese
¾ Lb. 90-110 Peeled baby shrimp
3 Tbls Joe & Daves YaYa Spice
1 Qt. Original Oyster House Gumbo
1 cup Cooked Rice
8 Dill Pickel Slices for garnish
In a small bowl toss shrimp, 3 oz. Melted Butter & Joe&Dave's YaYa spice.
Place in a hot dry skillet and blacken. Remove and set aside.
Brush one side of each side of bread with melted butter and place on grill or grill pan.
Top each slice of bread with 1 slice of Gouda or American cheese.
Top four of the slices with Blackened Shrimp mixture.
Toast to a golden brown and fold sandwich together, turning over on grill.
Remove from heat, cut in half, garnish each half with ta pickle slice and a frill toothpick.
Serve on a platter with a cup of gumbo and rice. Enjoy!
Original Oyster House
2 Great Locations… On the Bay & At the Beach
3733 Battleship Parkway • Mobile – 251-626-2188
701 Hwy 59 • Gulf Shores – 251-947-2445
About the Restaurant:
Since 1983 out goal has been to exceed our customers' expectations with the best employees in the world!
All Joe & Dave's Spices and Seasonings can be purchased in our restaurants or online at www.OriginalOysterHouse.com.
About the Guest:
Joe Roszkowski & David Dekle – Owners - The Original Oyster House Restaurant, is the result of two dedicated men. Joe Roszkowski and David Dekle started their successful local seafood restaurants in 1982. Joe was Executive Chef at the Gulf State Park in Gulf Shores, Alabama when he met his soon to be business partner David Dekle. David worked for a local distribution company, Fruit Distributing when he made a sales call to Joe at the State Park this began their business relationship and the start of their partnership. Joe Roszkowski is President, David Dekle is Vice-President and Mary Lou Roszkowski is the Director of Operations.
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