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Boiled Crawfish, Crab or Shrimp

40 lbs. live crawfish, shrimp or crabs 1 bag powder crab boil or 4 oz. liquid crab boil**
1 box salt 1 oz. cayenne pepper (Optional)
water 2 cloves garlic
1-2 large lemons 18 small corn cobs
3 lbs. medium red potatoes (unpeeled) mushrooms (Optional - amount to your taste)
2 lbs. small whole onions
Note: Vegetables above are added according to your taste - add more or less of any vegetable that you like.

Fill 1/2 pot of very large pot with water.  Add all ingredients except seafood (corn, potatoes, onions, shallots, mushrooms, etc.).  Boil ingredients for 20 minutes except frozen corn and mushrooms - boil those for 10 minutes.  Take out vegetables and bring water back to a boil.  Add seafood and boil 5 minutes for crawfish, 20 minutes for crabs and 3 minutes for shrimp.  Remove from heat and allow seafood to soak for 5 minutes with cover off.  Remove seafood from water.  Serve with seafood dip.  For Cajun style serving, place a lot of newspaper on a long table, and pour the drained vegetables and seafood on the newspaper.  Allow 4-5 lbs. for heavy crawfish eaters, 2-3 lbs. for light or new crawfish eaters.

**Below is a recipe for making your own boil seasoning

Seafood Dip

1 cup mayonnaise 2 teaspoons mustard
1/4 cup ketchup dash hot sauce (if desired)
Note: Above ingredients can be adjusted according to your taste.

Place mayonnaise in medium bowl and whip with fork until creamy and smooth. Add remaining ingredients and mix thoroughly. Pour into individual small bowls for each person and serve with boiled seafood. Use this to dip boiled seafood and vegetables. Saltine crackers also taste good in this dip.

 

Boil Seasoning (for 10 lbs. of Seafood)

16 bay leaves

4 tablespoons dill seeds
8 tablespoons yellow mustard seeds 2 teaspoons whole cloves
6 tablespoons coriander seeds 2 tablespoons crushed red pepper
4 tablespoons whole allspice Salt and cayenne pepper to taste

Mix all ingredients except salt and cayenne thoroughly.  Place mixture in muslin or cheesecloth (very breathable fabric) and tie with a string to make a sachet.  Place sachet in water along with salt, cayenne, and vegetables.  Let water boil for 10 minutes.  Take out vegetables, bring water back to a boil and then add seafood.  Boil 7 minutes for crawfish, 20 minutes for crabs and 5 minutes for shrimp.  Remove from heat and allow seafood to soak in seasoned water for 5 minutes. 



 A page of recipes is provided with your crawfish order.