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Yummy Food Old Fashioned Low Country Boil

So Yummy Old Fashioned Low Country Boil no doubt is one of my favorite food. This is my secret recipe to make Old Fashioned Low Country Boil for my family. Heat a large pot of water over an outdoor cooker, or medium-high heat indoors. Add Old Bay Seasoning to taste, and bring to a boil. Old Fashioned Low Country Boil One of my family's favorite meals!

Old Fashioned Low Country Boil

Tasty Food Old Fashioned Low Country Boil

These little low country boil foil packs are filled with all the things you might typically find in a low country boil – shrimp, potatoes, corn on the cob, andouille sausage and a sprinkle (or two!) of Old Bay seasoning. It's a perfect balance of meat to vegetables all with a zippy Old Bay taste. Add shrimp, cover, and turn off heat. You can simply prepare Old Fashioned Low Country Boil in 12 ingredients and just 11 steps. Here is cooking guidance how you can easily do that.


1 Take 2 lb of medium sized shrimp.
2 It’s 1 lb of snow crab legs (or your choice of crab).
3 About 2 lb of sausage (andouille, spicy your choice).
4 It’s 2 lb of small red potatoes.
5 Prepare 2 loaf of French bread.
6 You need 8 of corn on the cob (fresh if possible but frozen is fine).
7 Take 2 stalks of celery, chopped.
8 You need 1 of small onion, chopped.
9 You need 2 clove of garlic, roughly chopped.
10 You need 1 packages of shrimp, crawfish, crab boil.
11 Approximately 2 tbsp of cayenne pepper (optional).
12 It’s of butter.

Drain liquid, and spread shrimp boil out on a newspaper-covered table. This recipe for a low country boil is a simple one. This recipe is also called Beaufort stew or Frogmore stew and is so named for places in the Low Country of South Carolina. Passed down from generation to generation, the low country shrimp boil is best enjoyed outdoors with friends.

Cooking Instructions

Step 1 In a large stock pot, fill halfway with water. Add onions, garlic, celery, cayenne pepper, and bring to boil.
Step 2 Rinse shrimp and crab. Set aside..
Step 3 Wash red potatoes. If they are small enough add whole to boiling water. Otherwise slice in half. Boil for 10 minutes..
Step 4 Slice ears of corn into two or three chunks. Add to potatoes in boiling water. Boil for 10 minutes..
Step 5 Add seasoning bag to boiling water..
Step 6 Slice sausage into chunks. Add to water. Reduce heat. Cook for 6 minutes..
Step 7 Add crab legs to pot. Cover and cook for 10 minutes. The crab legs should really just be heating up. Adjust the time based on their size..
Step 8 Add shrimp to pot. Cover and cook till pink and the shrimp have separated from their shells..
Step 9 Slice french bread. Butter and broil until lightly browned. Serve immediately with boil..
Step 10 At this point you can remove pot from direct heat and let food absorb more of the flavors from the water, or serve immediately..
Step 11 Serve with hot sauce, lemons, and butter..

Cleanup is minimal if you skip plates and serve on paper-covered tables. Just drain the shrimp and pile high where everyone can dig in. Drain through a colander; discard the liquid. Serve on newspaper or a platter. Add keilbasa, potatoes, onion, and corn.

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