Debbie's StoryThis is for everyone that has crawfish boils and wants a new idea of what to do with leftover crawfish and all the extras. I always did etoufees with the leftover crawfish but it never solved the problem of what to do with the corn , potatoes, onions..and whatever else you threw in the boil. I know when we boil we always throw in all kinds of stuff!! You shouldnt need much seasoning for this if the stuff from your boil is seasoned well.
Note..we love throwing stuff in our seasoned water after we are done cooking the crawfish. Our favorite is to score a ham real good and let it sit in the hot water for fifteen or so min...yummmmm!!
leftover stuff from a crawfish boil.
peeled crawfish tails
boiled corn takin off the cobb
boiled potatoes peeled and cubed
boiled onions cut up
we usually do mushrooms ..they soak up all the seasoning from the boil..yummm
if the crawfish are large save some claws
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whipping cream or i have used a can of evaporated milk instead
salt and pepper or tonys if needed..should have good spice from the stuff from the boil
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1Prepare all your stuff from the crawfish boil as explained above.
2In a stock pot pour in broth and add water..depends on the amount of leftover stuff you have. Add onions and potatos. Bring to a slow boil. Left cook for 5 min or so. Add corn, crawfish, muchroom...etc.
Add cream and butter. Turn off fire ..add seasoning..cover and let stand for 15 min.
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Leah Stacey CookingMaven - Jun 26, 2011
this sounds soooo good! my mouth is watering!
Rebecca Brown rcbrown0875 - Jun 26, 2011
What a fantastic idea!!!!!!!! It's time for my next mudbug boil now!
Debbie wright debbie110772 - Jun 26, 2011
I know when i saw this pic it made me want to boil crawfish..this is last week of the season for us =(( may next season when it cools off..to hot for those bbys right now! The crawfish fields are full of rice now =((
Nancy R Robeyone - Jun 26, 2011
Debbie, what a great idea. My hubby is from New Orleans and we love our crawfish!!!!! Thanks for the post!