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Low-Country Boil {Hearty One Pot Meal}

Low Country Boil is is full of delicious, country and is a fast and easy one pot meal that is sure to please even your children. #easyrecipe #potato #shrimp #dinner

I love it when an entire meal can be made in ONE pot!  Janelle from Comfy In the Kitchen is bringing us some southern cooking today!

Janelle writes:

I love this recipe because it’s delicious, easy, my entire family gobbled it up, it’s decently healthy, and gluten-free! We had this tonight and I will most definitely be making it again! LOVED it! Just LOVED it !

Fill stock pot 3/4 of the way with water {about 10 cups for me} , add 1/4 cup of Old Bay seasoning, turn on high heat and bring to a rapid boil.

Yes, Old Bay is Gluten-Free!

4 bi-color corn on the cobs, 1 1/2 lbs baby red potatoes, 1 package Hillshire Farms smoked sausage, and 1 1/2 pounds raw shrimp.

Rinse potatoes and add them whole to the boiling water first…boil for 15 mins.

If your shrimp is frozen- no worries. Just place in a colander and rinse with luke warm water for a couple mins. Shrimp thaws and cooks quickly!

Slice sausage into coin sized slices. Rinse and break corn into halves.

After potatoes boil for 15 mins, throw everything else in the pot and let it boil for another 6-7 mins.

When it’s all done, ladle it out into a large lasagna pan. I put a little butter on the corn and sprinkled it with some sea salt {I get my sea salt at Marcs}.

Low Country Boil is is full of delicious, country and is a fast and easy one pot meal that is sure to please even your children. #easyrecipe #potato #shrimp #dinner

Mmmmm!!!! This really was such a delicious meal and SO so so so so so easy. If you can boil water, you can make it. My children are huge shrimp fans- they even like “peel and eat” {pictured above}…I cut open their potatoes and put a little ketchup on top- their plates were empty in 5 mins flat.

Winner, Winner Low-Country Boil Dinner!

Low-Country Boil
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Ingredients
  • 10 cups water
  • ¼ cup Old Bay seasoning
  • 1½ lbs redskins
  • 1 pkg Hillshire Farms Smoked Sausage
  • 4 bi-colored corn on the cobs, halved
  • 1½ lbs raw shrimp
  • sea salt, butter, ketchup {optional}
Instructions
  1. Bring water and Old Bay to a boil.
  2. Rinse redskins and place them in whole- let boil for 15 mins.
  3. Cut sausage into coin sized slices, rinse shrimp, rinse corn and break in half- throw it all in the pot and let boil for 6-7 mins longer.
  4. Ladle out into a lasagna pan and sprinkle with sea salt. Butter corn if desired…kidos may want some ketchup on their potatoes.
  5. Enjoy this simple yet wonderful dish!

Signature

Walk with the King,

Janelle

Janelle is a Christian, a Wife, a Stay at Home Mom of 3 young children and a proud- to- claim- it “Foodie”. She absolutely loves to cook and typically has an audience of 3 children, pulled up on chairs, taking turns pouring ingredients into bowls. Her spiritual gifts are a mix of “hospitality and evangelism” and is here in the center of God’s will hoping to help you get a little more “comfy in your kitchen”! You can find her displaying step-by-step photos of her recipes, giving devotionals,and sharing meal ministry stories on her blog.

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11 Comments

  1. This is one of my favorite company meal. It is so simple and I think it sets everyone up for a relaxing time. I can do this and still spend time with my company without any stress.
    A few months ago we were invited to a camp site for supper and they did this over an open fire. The table was spread with newspaper and bright colored plates. We had so much fun and sat around the fire for hours.

  2. This looks great. Any idea if it can be frozen after cooking then thawed and reheated? I’m thinking about doing it for a freezer meal swap but I’ve never frozen whole pieces of corn or cooked shrimp before.

  3. I made this last year when you shared it here on your blog and my family loved it. I’m making it again tonight but using frozen corn because cob corn isn’t in season right now! Love this recipe and love you! Thanks for such a great meal idea!
    Blessings, Andrea

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