CRAWFISH BOIL - "LET THE GOOD TIMES ROLL"
50 lbpremium live crawfish
3` lblittle red potatoes
15 mediumcorn on the cob
10 largewhole garlic
15 galwater or more to just cover crawfish
1/2-1 jar(s)zatarains new orlean style crab, shrimp, crawfish boil mix
6lemons cut in half
10whole onions slightly peeled
How to Make CRAWFISH BOIL - "LET THE GOOD TIMES ROLL"
- Best to do this outside if you have a large boiling pot (as seen in the photo)
Fill pot half way with water and add Crab Boil mix.
Bring to a boil.
- You will need a small nylon laundry bag for the veggies, to keep them seperate as to not over cook them.
Place corn, potatoes, onions (peeled), lemon halves, whole garlic (outer layers removed, but not totally peeled) in the laundry bag (one with strings, not zipper kind). Can add your favorite sausage cut about 2 inches. We like Manda's hot sausage.
- Rinse the live crawfish in a saltwater bath, in a large ice chest, let sit for 15 minutes, drain water.
- When the water comes to a rolling boil, pour the crawfish into pot, place laundry bag of veggies as well, cover, bring to another rolling boil and shut off immediately.
- Let crawfish soak approximately 15 minutes, taste to see if spicy enough, if not soak an additional 5 minutes tasting and soaking until they are just the way you like them.
- The boiling pot should have come with a strainer. Lift the strainer from the pot and let them drain and cool.
- On a table covered with newspaper, pour crawfish in middle of table for everyone's enjoyment along with the veggies.
Or serve on individual platters.
- This technique can also be used to boil crabs or shrimp. The only thing is I don't soak them as long as the crawfish. ENJOY!!!