Frogmore Stew Recipe
I've been using this recipe for over 20 years, ever since I moved to South Carolina. It can be adjusted to serve any number. Allow 2 tablespoons of seasoning per quart of water. If you cannot find hot smoked sausage, use another smoked sausage such as kielbasa and add crushed hot red pepper to the pot.
Corn, sausage, potatoes and shrimp are boiled in a flavored broth, then served with spicy butter. Being a South Carolina girl at heart, this has and will always be one of my favorite and most comforting meals.
This is comfort food for any true Southerner. Includes shrimp, potatoes, fresh corn and smoked sausage.
There's more to the Lowcountry staple than meets the eye.
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This recipe is awesome! I first encountered this at a restaurant in northern Colorado several years ago and have been searching for the recipe ever since. I have made this stew for parties several times and everyone loves it. The modifications that I made to the recipe are as follows: 1 can of beer, 1 lemon quartered, lots of red pepper flakes and crab legs. I always serve this on newspaper and no utensils or plates are allowed, fingers only. A roll of paper towels is set on the table to use as napkins and it is served with several condiments, cocktail sauce, barbeque sauce and melted butter. It’s a lot of fun!
Perfect Frogmore Stew! I lived in Charleston, SC for 7 years and fell in love with this dish...I had never made it before though, so when I saw this recipe I had to give it a try. I was making dinner for my future in-laws and decided to try it out on them. They LOVED it and have asked me to make it again. I am a novice cook and it was absolutely perfect, so this recipe is simple and delicious. It will be a standard in my home!
A shrimp boil is a fun and memorable meal--shrimp, potatoes, corn, and sausage are cooked together in one pot and turned out on the middle of your table to be enjoyed family-style.