HOW TO MAKE SEAFOOD BOIL?
Have you grown tired of going to seafood boil restaurants?
Guys, it’s finally Fish Fry season!! Are you aware of what it entails? It’s important that your seafood boil recipe is PERFECT! I don’t want all of you out there using bottled water! I’ll teach you how to season your seafood boil without using store-bought seafood boil seasoning, and it’ll taste even better!
If you’ve been following me for a while, you’ll recall that I posted a recipe for a seafood boil a few years ago. However, I’ve stepped up my game, and I want you to do the same with my Ultimate Seafood Boil recipe.
So are you all ready to try my seafood boil recipe!!
THIS IS ALL YOU NEED TO MAKE THIS SEAFOOD BOIL:
3 medium lemons.
Old Bay seasoning, I used 1/2 cup, but I add more for garnish.
8 garlic cloves, I peeled and crushed them.
1 large onion, I peeled and cut it into 6 pieces.
Yukon golden potatoes, I used one pound of the smallest size. You need to cut them into halves
4 corn cob, I cut them into 4-inches pieces.
Lobster tails, I used 3.
1 lb.Of peeled oysters.
1 lb.Of crab legs, pre-cooked.
1 lb.Of smoked sausage, I cut To 1-inch chunk.
1 lb.Of peeled shrimp.
3 large spoons.Of butter.
2 large spoons.Of chopped parsley.
I started by cutting 2 medium lemons into quarters, and I cut the third lemon into slices and set them aside for decoration.
Next, I filled a medium-sized pot with 13 cups of water and I added in 2 pieces of lemons with old bay seasoning, crushed garlic, and onions pieces.
I brought this mixture to a boil for around 8 to 10 minutes minutes.
Following that, I added the peeled potatoes to the pot, and cook for another 10 minutes.
Then, I added the lobster tails and cooked the mixture for another 5 minutes.
And I cooked it for an additional 6 minutes after adding the oysters, crab, and corns.
After that, It was time to add the shrimp and sausage and kept it over low heat for 3 minutes.
And I removed one cup of the broth from the saucepan after draining the seafood mixture.
In a small bowl, I melted the butter and added the stored broth, whisking constantly, and I blended the broth with the seafood.
And to finish, I garnished with lemon slices and minced parsley. And for serving, you can serve it with additional Old Bay seasoning if desired.
I HOPE YOU’LL ENJOY THIS SEAFOOD BOIL AS I DID! IT’S AN AWESOME RECIPE, EXTRAORDINARILY EASY AND SUPER DELICIOUS!!!