Low Country Boil Recipe for Tailgating
The Low Country Boil is a great tailgate dinner, excellent for serving up large quantities of tasty food. But you can also scale it down for a more intimate affair. It really is a perfect southern meal.
Like many other Southern meals, the low country boil can be customized to your liking – add more shrimp, crab legs, or crawfish; make it as spicy as you like it with extra or no jalapenos and you can substitute the Andouille sausage with a milder version. We’ve seen carrots, herbs, and who knows what else in there to give the main ingredients more flavor. Go wild and experiment with your low country boil!
You can use a large stockpot for a smaller low country boil, but for a tailgate size boil, you’ll want a propane outdoor cooker like this one from King Kooker. Note the basket that will drain the water and leave it in the pot for your next round. Make sure you have enough propane for about an hour of cooking time (for each batch).
Serve with warm bread and your favorite adult beverage.
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