How to Make a Shrimp Boil | Camping Food | Cooking with Kids

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Have you ever been to Crab Pot in Seattle? They have an amazing Shrimp Boil there (though they call it a “Seafeast”)… seafood, corn, and potatoes boiled in seasoning and spread out on parchment paper right at your table! It was one of those things we HAD to do when we went to Seattle a couple years ago. It was delicious… but also $30 a person! We make the same thing at home (or in this case… while camping!) at a fraction of the cost and it’s ALWAYS a crowd pleaser. Plus, SO much easier than you think! Let us know if you try it out… we would love to hear what you think!

HERE ARE THE INGREDIENTS YOU’LL NEED:

SEASONINGS: SALT, MINCED GARLIC, OLD BAY, ZATARAIN’S CRAWFISH, SHRIMP AND CRAB BOIL – IN A BAG

SEAFOOD OPTIONS: SHRIMP, CRAB, CLAMS, MUSSELS, CRAWFISH

OTHER: RED POTATOES (QUARTERED), CORN ON THE COB, SAUSAGE, ONION, MUSHROOMS

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