Another use for your Stainless Steel Turkey Fryer:Low Country Boil

Sunday, March 21, 2010 @ 04:03 PM

Your stainless steel turkey fryer has lots of other uses.You don’t need to put it away because Thanksgiving is over. Spring and summer are perfect outdoor cooking weather and an outdoor cooker is perfect for a Low Country Boil.What is a Low Country Boil do you ask?This is a one pot meal created for a large group of people. It is more famous in the low country area of South Carolina & Georgia.And,the bigger the group of people,the larger the pot.                                                                   Ingredients:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Old Bay Seasoning TM to taste,5 lbs new potatoes,3 1lb packages of kielbasa,8 ears or fresh corn(husks removed & broken into about 3 pieces each),5lbs of whole crab broken into pieces or 4lbs of crawfish,4 lbs fresh shrimp,peeled & deveined. Some people like to add a bag of crab boil to the mix(especially if fresh crab isn’t handy.) Heat water in your stainless steel turkey fryer,or a large pot of water on your outdoor  cooker.Add seasoning.Bring to a boil.Add potatoes and sausage.Cook for about 10 mins.Add the corn & crab. cook for another 5 mins,and add the shrimp&/or crawfish when everything is almost done.Cook another 3-4 mins.Pull your drain basket out of your pot,and pour over a table covered in newspapers.(Makes for easier clean-up.Or you can cut holes right into the table big enough for buckets for shells & cobs)  Crack open a cold one,grab a plate & enjoy.                                                                                                                                      (For smaller groups try a pot over medium high heat indoors.Put in 1 bag of crab boil &/ or Old Bay TM,1lb shrimp,1 lb crawfish,1lb kielbasa,2 ears corn,& 2 lbs potatoes.Boil water with seasoning 15 mins,add cut up sausage,cook 3 mins,add potatoes,cook 3mins,add corn,after another 3 mins, add shrimp(peeled & deveined) & crawfish together.Cook another 3 mins,drain & serve.)

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