Nothing is better during the summer months than enjoying a Low Country boil with your closest family and friends. Sitting around a table full of a delicious bounty of Blue Crab you’ve helped prepare is an experience not to be missed! Here, we’ll introduce some delectable food options for a fabulous Low Country Boil.
The Classic. No Low Country Boil would be complete without shrimp, corn, potatoes and sausage. The one-pot Low Country boil is great for feeding a large group of people. All you have to do is add all the ingredients to one large pot at varying time increments. Customary and expected at all Low Country gatherings, this simple meal is easy to prepare and a blast to eat!
The Southern Staple. It wouldn’t be a southern meal without shrimp and grits. We recommend a variation on the traditional recipe by adding greens to the mix. Baby spinach, baby arugula and baby turnip greens are fantastic options for adding some fresh vegetables into the dish. Perfect for a breakfast meal, shrimp, grits and heavy cream converge to form a delightful, smooth creation.
The South Carolina Standard. Low Country Shrimp Pilaf is a remarkably quick, one-pot meal. In about 10 minutes, you can combine rice, shrimp, onions, bell peppers and other seasonings into one pot to create a tasteful, established Low Country dish. This recipe works perfectly as a side dish to compliment the boil portion of the meal.