Also known as a low country boil, this classic shrimp boil comes together quick and is a fun dish to make for an interactive dinner, while on vacation, or for summer parties.
My first shrimp boil was at an impromptu family party in Pensacola, FL. where I peeled and dipped and suckled every nugget of extra-sweet locally caught Gulf shrimp I could elbow my way in for. I’ve been fixated with hosting my own shrimp boil ever since. Like my classic peel-n-eat beer steamed shrimp, shrimp boils are the ultimate interactive party food and will give you mega beach vibes whether you’re on vacation or not.
This shrimp boil is made on the stove in one pot (the biggest one you have) and is ready for eating in just about 30 minutes. The ingredients are as simple as the method, with fresh shrimp (in their shells), baby potatoes, andouille or