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Shrimp, corn and more come together for a meal that everyone will love in this Recipe for boiling clay pot shrimp. This slow cooker shrimp boil is a must try and easy enough to enjoy any day of the week.
Everything you need for a good meal is in the slow cooker making dinner a breeze.
Recipe for boiling clay pot shrimp
We love to boil the shrimp, but often the weather doesn't allow it. I started to think about how our family could enjoy boiling seafood even during busy nights. The clay pot, of course!
You know we love a good slow cooker recipe around here and it occurred to me that that was the solution to enjoying boiled shrimp more often! Oh my God! It turned out fantastic!
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My family was excited to discover that we could enjoy this even during the busy weeks of school, work, activities and more! Everything literally goes to the clay pot and you can go home for dinner waiting!
If you love a good low country boil, this recipe is sure to be a huge success! It's so delicious!
Make sure you have a good slow cooker for this Cajun Shrimp Boiled Shrimp Pot recipe.
My absolute favorite is the Ninja kitchen. As you know, it's all about making life easier around here and the Ninja Kitchen System surely helps with that.
You are probably wondering what makes the Ninja different from a simple slow cooker. The best thing about the Ninja is that you can brown the meat in the same slow cooker and save a lot of time and clean.
Talk about saving time! It reduces the pans to clean and just makes the thoughts really simple.
It has become one of my favorite appliances. We simply love ours.
I also really like this crockpot. I use it all the time and it's great.
My favorite feature is that you can close the lid. This is amazing for when you need to take the pot somewhere.
I often use the slow cooker to bring dishes to events and this feature is amazing! There are several others for sale here.
Another favorite is this programmable cooker for when I'm not at home all day. I love coming home with a good meal ready and waiting!
I also like to use clay pot liners to make cleaning very easy. It is worth every penny and saves a lot of time.
Anything to make life easier and reduce the stress of quickly bringing dinner to the table.
What to serve with the clay pot boil shrimp?
This meal really has everything you need in the slow cooker – shrimp, corn, potatoes, and more. There is no need to complicate things when this is really a one-pot meal.
The only things I would add include:
- Hot sauce
- Melted butter
- Lemon slices
- French bread
Bread is really optional, but I love absorbing any extra butter. 🙂
Tips for the best slow cooker shrimp boiling:
Make sure your clay pot is big enough. Corn takes up a lot of space, so this is not the recipe for using the small pot. Bring out the big one!
If you find the pot is too full, you can take out the corn when you add the shrimp. This will help.
Don't skip the Old Bay seasoning. This is the key to boiling shrimp, so it's super important!
What do I need to make this seafood boil recipe?
- Small red-skinned potatoes
- Andouille sausage
- corn on the cob
- Minced garlic
- Old Bay Seasoning
- Chicken soup
- parsley leaves
How to make this Crockpot shrimp recipe?
If you can throw things into a slow cooker, you can make this recipe. This food is that simple!
Potatoes come in first. Next, layer the sausage, corn, and seasoning.
Squeeze a lot of lemon over all of that and pour the chicken stock over everything. Do not move!
Cover and cook. About 10-15 minutes before serving, add the shrimp.
Strain everything and put in a pan. Pour the melted butter over everything and top with chopped parsley.
Melted butter is my favorite part. 🙂 Yum!
Read on for the full recipe.
This is the best recipe for boiling shrimp!
The recipe is so easy and your family will love this meal idea! Remember the beach and the holidays every time we do it.
It's so good! You can also try the boiled prawns and crabs.
You'll love the seasoning to boil the shrimp!
Everything is seasoned to perfection and tastes amazing. I like to add a little extra butter and freshly squeezed lemon on top of mine. Yum!
You can't go wrong with this delicious food. I can't wait for you to try it out and see how simple and easy it is.
The taste is really the best! The clay pot cooks everything perfectly.
Everything is so tender and full of flavor! I love that now we can enjoy this any day of the week.
The clay pot is the best and how we make dinner time work around here!
Print this recipe for boiling clay pot shrimp below:
Recipe for boiling clay pot shrimp
Shrimp, corn and more come together for a meal everyone will love in this recipe for Boiling Shrimp Crock Pot. This slow cooker shrimp boil is a must try!
Course: main course
Keyword: clay pot shrimp boil recipe
Calories: 611 kcal
Author: Eat a penny
- 1 1/2 pound small red skinned potatoes, quartered
- 1 pound Andouille sausage cut into 1-inch pieces
- 3 minced corn cobs, cut into smaller pieces (I cut it in thirsty use Frozen Corn on the Cob
- 1 tablespoon minced garlic
- 2 tablespoons Old Bay seasoning
- 1 medium lemon – halved
- 1 32 oz container of chicken broth
- 2 pounds large raw shrimp, peeled and deveined with tails still in
- 4 tablespoons butter, melted
- Parsley leaves to serve
Arrange the potatoes in a single layer at the bottom of the crock pot.
Add the sausage, corn, minced garlic, and bay seasoning to the top of the potatoes.
Squeeze the lemon halves over these ingredients and put the halves in the clay pot as well.
Pour the chicken stock over the ingredients. This broth should appear up to half the corn. Do not stir at this point.
Cover and cook over high heat for 4 hours or low over 8 hours.
Then add the shrimp and gently stir with the other ingredients. You can remove the corn if the pot is too full to add the shrimp. Cook until shrimp are ready and turn pinkish, usually about 10-15 minutes.
Strain all the ingredients and transfer to a pan.
Pour the melted butter over all the ingredients covered with chopped parsley.
Serve and enjoy!
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