Frogmore Stew, more popularly known as Low Country boil is simple to make and fun to eat with a large group. I don’t need a special occasion to have a large group because my immediate family is big enough to consume this entire meal.
We’d been wanting to try it for a while. When we saw that Publix had crab legs on sale, we figured this was the time.
Unfortunately, it was raining so we had to make it all happen on our stovetop and pour everything out onto the dining room table. We thought about using newspaper but with this whole virus ordeal, that seemed like a bad idea. So, we got a hold of some butcher paper and spread it lengthwise on our long dining table.
I was raised to always serve a vegetable with a meal. Corn and potatoes do not count. I thought the green beans would be the perfect addition.
- 2 bags of Zatarain’s Crab Boil
- 12 c water
- 2 tbsp kosher salt
- Beer (Dark Ale) 12 oz
- 2 Lemons
- 2 lbs. small red potatoes, halved
- 4 ears of corn, halved
- 26 oz andouille sausage, 1-inch slices
- ½ lb. green beans
- 2 lbs. shrimp, peeled and de-veined
- 2 lbs. crab clusters
- 8 oz Butter, melted for dipping
- 2 tsp granulated garlic
Fill a large pot with water and a bottle of beer. Pour the content of the Zatarain’s Crab boil bag in the pot. Allow the water and beer to come to a boil, then add in the potatoes and cook for 7 minutes. Next, add in corn and string beans, let it boil for about 5 additional minutes, then add in the sausage and boil for about 3 minutes. Lastly, add the crab legs and shrimp and allow to cook for 3 to 4 minutes. Be sure not to overcook the shrimp.
Strain the entire pot and dump all your contents onto your paper.
Vegan Cajun Sausage Link (1 in. pieces)
Boil the potatoes for 8 minutes, add the corn and let it cook for 7 minutes. Then add string beans and cook for about 4 minutes.
In a skillet cook up the vegan Cajun sausage, add it to the strained meat free vegetables, and serve.
Strain the vegetables in the pot and pour the contents on the paper and add in the sausage.
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Oh this looks so good. I’ve always wanted to try this at a restaurant.