Turkey fryer shrimp boil recipes

Seafood Boil

I’ve also heard of people using a turkeyfryer, which would work well. Add Old Bay or Cajun Seasoning to taste, and bring to a boil

Low Country Boil - Part 2 - The Main Event

  There was one part of my Low Country Boil that I didn’t keep authentic and that is building an open fire for the cooking -- the laws in my area forbid it, so I went ahead and used my turkeyfryer
Oscar and Felix are Dead

Oscar and Felix are Dead

This is my turkey deep fryer pot. Old Bay ShrimpBoil. It is the right size for the boil. Old Bay ShrimpBoil
A Family Favorite

A Family Favorite

We cooked our shrimpboil outside on the turkeyfryer since there is a lot of food and we didn't want to heat the house up
Classic Steamed Blue Crabs

Classic Steamed Blue Crabs

Into a large pot (we use a turkeyfryer), add the beer and Old Bay seasoning. Related PostsThe Best Salmon MeltCrab-Stuffed MushroomsCoconut Cod with Pineapple SalsaBlue Crab Marinara with Stuffed Shells FlorentineCheddar, Bay, and Bacon Biscuits Smothered with ShrimpGravyShrimp and Bean TaquitosLightened-Up Shrimp and Grits with Cilantro PestoCreamy Shrimp and Arugula Fettuccine with Grilled Peppers
Lazy Classic Poutine

Lazy Classic Poutine

Most times, I’ve been served a poutine with dark beef gravy, but it’s more common to have chicken or turkey gravy seeping through your fries
Crispy Oven Fried  Chicken with Panko

Crispy Oven Fried Chicken with Panko

We fry our turkey every Thanksgiving in my Deep Fryer but it’s also good for Low Country Boil, Onion Rings and fried chicken or shrimp

Mommie Dearest Shrimp Boil

We are doing a shrimpboil. Ideally, we should make rare New York strips, but we wanted shrimp more. Fill ¾ full of water and bring to a boil
Seafood or Low Country Boil

Seafood or Low Country Boil

I make this summer delight using any good, readily available seafood from shrimp to crabs and everything in between

Shrimp Boil in a Turkey Fryer

Fill turkey pot with strainer about two thirds full. Bring water to a boil. Add garlic, spice bags, oil and salt, boil 15 minutes. Add potatoes, boil 7-8 minutes. Add corn, boil 5 minutes. Add kielbasa, boil 8 minutes. Squeeze lemons into pot and throw in water with onions, boil 3-4 minutes. Add shrimp, boil about 5 minutes or until shrimp turns pink (shrimp will continue to cook once removed, don't over cook). 6 ounces shrimpboil, seasonings Zatarain's brand, 2 bags. 4 ounces crab-n-shrimpboil oil, Zatarain's brand. 3 lbs large raw shrimp, in the shell. 34 quarts turkey, fryer with strainer basket

Shrimp & Sausage Boil

I recommend using a Bayou Classic TurkeyFryer, Perforated Basket with Propane Regulator. Add Garlic, Cayenne, Black Pepper, Old Bay Seasoning, Zatarain's Dry and Liquid Boils, Onions and Lemons

shrimp boil

bring water and crab boil to a boil. in basket add 5 lb potatoes, return to pot, add spices,cover, boil 10 minutes add corn and lobsters to pot, cover boil 10 minutes add shrimp, boil 5 minutes more spread newspapers on large table. water, fill turkeyfryer about 2/3 full. 2 -3 bottles zatarains crab boil. 5 lbs jumbo shrimp, unpeeled

Traditional Lowcountry Boil

Add potatoes to a large stock pot or turkeyfryer pot, then add water, crab boil seasoning and Old Bay seasoning

Haggis, Colorado, Usa Version

Boil the raw ingredients-a shrimpboiler or turkeyfryer with a cage works well, for approx 1 hour. Boil the bags of Haggis for a further 1 hour