Easy Low Country Boil

Ready in 30 minutes

Most low country boils call for seafood, generally shrimp. I don’t care for too much shrimp, so I omitted it in my version.

"Excellent, but don't leave out the shrimp...boil after the corn for 3 minutes. It gives it the Cajun flare"

- ChefSeymour

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Old Bay seasoning; to taste
1 lb new potatoes
1 lb Polish or smoked sausage; cut into 2 inch pieces
4 ears sweet corn; cleaned and sliced into thirds

Original recipe makes 4



In a large pot, add potatoes and sausage. Cover by about 4” with water. Add Old Bay seasoning to taste. Heat over high heat, and bring to a boil.

Cover and cook for 15 minutes. Add the corn; cook for another 5-10 minutes.

Drain and serve with additional Old Bay and a dollop or two of butter if desired.


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i added shrimp, crawfish, and crab legs. it great!
Mokeith 10 months ago
Excellent and easy to make. I added shrimp as well.
Blackbty801 12 months ago
Great recipe! I used shrimp and the family loved it.
Robvlach 2 years ago
Excellent, but don't leave out the shrimp...boil after the corn for 3 minutes. It gives it the Cajun flare
ChefSeymour 4 years ago
Easy! [I posted this recipe.]
shannonkwendt 5 years ago
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