Festive Frogmore Stew Recipe

I’m pretty sure that you can expect the main ingredients is frog because from its Festive Frogmore stew recipe. It’s not what you think that you’re cooking a frog for meals but anyways it’s not bad. Why it named Festive Frogmore stew? Decades ago, there was a fisherman looking for a fish to stew but since he wasn’t catch a fish and he caught crabs and shrimps only, so he stew it for his family and they amaze that the taste is so great.

I learned that whatever ingredients you will cook, it depends how to make it more delicious. It’s about passion in cooking and being good in the kitchen. I want you to know more ideas about this seafood recipe. This is perfect for summer. Chilling in the beach and having a family and friends get together. If you want to try this recipe, I am free to share this recipe with you. See the ingredients and procedure below.

Frogmore Stew Recipe

Frogmore Stew Recipe

Ingredients

1/4 cup Old Bay seasoning
Cut into 1-1/2 inch slices
2 large onions, peeled and chopped
3 pounds kielbasa or hot, smoked link sausage,
2 lemons, sliced
Salt and pepper, to taste
1/2 cup butter
16 ears fresh corn, halved
3 pounds unpeeled, large fresh shrimp
Additional Old Bay Seasoning
Commercial cocktail sauce

Procedure

  • In a large stockpot with 2 gallons of water, combine sausage, onions, lemons, salt, pepper and old bay seasoning. Let it boil, cover and simmer for 45 minutes. Add butter and melt. Add corn into the pot. Cook it for 10 minutes. Add shrimp; cook until it turns in pink color. Let it continue cooking for 5 minutes. Drain and set aside.
  • Serve Festive Frogmore stew with old bay seasoning and cocktail sauce.

Plate this Festive Frogmore stew recipe when it’s done. Serve this with hot rice or vegetable mixed rice. These are perfect for this recipe. Place the recipe in the platter. Arrange seafood in platter with all the presentation to look more pleasant and delectable look.

When you put a corn, make sure that the corn will cook smooth. In my own version, I use young corn. The purpose of putting corn in this recipe is to add natural touch of sweetness and perfect for the butter. This Festive Frogmore stew recipe is fantastic!

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