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Low Country Boil

low country boilsmall or large groups

When you’re cooking for a crowd, this is an easy – and fun – meal to do.  We served this recently at our annual church campout and it was a hit.  While folks were finishing up a corn hole tournament, this food was cooking away in a kettle.

We added homemade bread with peanut butter and jelly in case someone didn’t care for the menu. The adults loved it – and so did the kids.  For this gang, everyone signed up for one or two items and brought it with them. Half an hour before we were ready to eat, we started adding ingredients to the boiling water.

Ingredients for low country boil

You’ll need potatoes, shrimp, kielbasa sausage, corn, chicken stock, salt and Old Bay seasoning. Cook this over an outdoor fire or on top of a grill if you’d like.

Roll some plain white paper on your table, drain the liquid, and dump the rest of the food out onto the table.

low country boil

We ended up using paper plates, but you can just eat right off the table if you’d like. You might want to have some hand-wipes available as well as napkins. It makes for easier clean-up!

The recipe for low country boil

Low Country Boil

My Windowsill
An easy dish to fix for a crowd that takes so little preparation.
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Total Time 40 minutes
Course Main Dish
Cuisine American
Servings 25 servings


  • 5 lb. potatoes cut into pieces
  • 2- quart chicken stock plus water to cover ingredients
  • 4 lbs. shrimp deveined
  • 4 lb. kielbasa sausage - cut into pieces
  • 15 ears corn
  • Salt
  • Old Bay seasoning


  • Boil water
  • Add potatoes and sausage and cook for 13 minutes
  • Add corn and cook for 5 minutes
  • Add shrimp and cook for 2-3 minutes
  • Add salt and Old Bay seasoning to taste
  • Drain liquid (save it for broth if you'd like)
  • Put ingredients out onto a paper-covered table
  • Serve with additional butter, salt, and pepper

Note: this is a repost from seven years ago.

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