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As George Motz says, a traditional Lowcountry Shrimp Boil includes just four main ingredients – potatoes, corn on the cob, kielbasa, and fresh shrimp – but this boil kicks up the flavor thanks to ample amounts of Tony’s Supreme Creole Crab Boil, making this one communal meal you won’t want to miss!
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5-6 Pounds Fresh Shrimp, Tails On
2 Pounds Small Red Potatoes, Scrubbed Clean
4 Ears Corn on the Cob, Shucked and Cut into Quarters
1 1/2 Pounds Smoked Kielbasa, Sliced into 1/8-Inch Thick Discs
16 Ounces Tony’s Supreme Creole Crab Boil
2 1/2 Gallons Water
If you have any potatoes left over, smash them and fry up in some oil. Season them with Tony’s Original Creole Seasoning!
With any leftover kielbasa and shrimp, chop them up finely and toss with lemon juice, Tony’s Pepper Sauce and mayonnaise for a really tasty shrimp dip!
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