The recipe that I am going to share today is Frogmore stew. It is a great seafood stew that can be made easily at home.
This stew originated in the Lowcountry fishing community on St. Helena Island called Frogmore. This is why this stew is also known as Lowcountry boil or Beaufort stew.
To make this Frogmore stew, bring the water and old bay seasoning to a boil in a pot. Add potatoes, sausages, and corn to it. Boil them for few minutes. Finally, add shrimps to it and cook them. Drain the water from the pot and serve the Frogmore stew.
If you are out Old Bay seasoning, you can use any of the Old Bay seasoning substitutes. This is an overview of the recipe. Find the complete recipe below. There are other main course recipes on our blog as well that you should also check.
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- 6 quartz Water
- ¾ cup Old Bay Seasoning TM
- 2 pounds New Red Potatoes
- 2 pounds Hot Smoked Sausage Links (cut into 2-inch pieces)
- 12 ears Corn (husked, cleaned, and quartered)
- 4 pounds large Fresh Shrimp (unpeeled)
- Take a large pot. Add water and Old Bay seasoning to it and bring it to a boil.
- Add potatoes and cook for 15 minutes.
- Now, add sausages to it and cook for 15 minutes more. Then, add corn to it and cook for another 5 minutes.
- Finally, add shrimps to it and cook until they become pink. This may take 5 minutes.
- Drain them immediately and serve hot.