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!
- 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
- 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!!!