Boiled crawfish. The crawfish boil is one the most popular Cajun meals. Cajun seafood boil seasonings (we love Slap Ya Mama's Seafood boil) do the trick to perfectly season crawfish. This recipe is for the times you don't have it or can't buy it.
While you wait for water to boil, rinse the crawfish with fresh cool water until draining water is clear. Pour the crawfish into the cooking basket and lower the basket into the pot. Wearing gloves, transfer the crawfish into transfer the crawfish into slotted basket by hand. You can have Boiled crawfish using 8 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Boiled crawfish
- You need of Crawfish.
- It’s of Corn on the cob.
- It’s of Mushrooms.
- You need of Sausage.
- Prepare of Garlic.
- Prepare of Onion.
- You need of Potatoes.
- You need of Seasoning.
Dump the water from the galvanized tub, refill with crawfish and add fresh water to cover. Repeat the earlier check for debris. Keep crawfish in a shaded area while preparing for the boil. Place the basket in pot and fill half way with water.
Boiled crawfish instructions
- Bring water, potatoes, seasonings, garlic and sausage to a boil.
- Add cleaned crawfish to boil.
- Bring back to boil.
- Kill fire, add corn on the cob.
- Let soak approximately 17 minutes.
Use caution around open flames, hot. Next, add spices and vegetables to the pot bring it back to a boil. Here's a favorite crawfish boil recipe that we love; it calls for spices like bay leaves and red pepper and cooks celery, onions and garlic along with the crawfish. Feel free to use a premade spice pack or a favorite family recipe instead, and add vegetables—shucked and quartered corn on the cob and quartered red potatoes. Eliminate the hassle of preparing a feast.