cajun crawfish boil

christmas comes but once a year to every girl and boy.  we all have a favorite season we wait all year, every year, for a cherished annual event to take place.  it is almost spring in houston.  the temps reach 70, the tree’s are blooming, spring training baseball travels through the air from your AM radio.  it is my favorite time of year – and this time of year means crawfish season!  i will show you how to purge crawfish and how to boil crawfish in this hilarious video with some catchy cajun music.  of course we have beer, humor, and lots of spice!

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cajun crawfish boil with corn and potato

stay hungry, houston!

-Adam

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~ by hungryinhouston on March 17, 2010.

4 Responses to “cajun crawfish boil”

  1. Looks like we are going to put you guys in charge of the shrimp, crab, crawfish or whatever boil at the beach this summer!!

  2. You guys are too damn cute!!!

  3. This was a great video! I’ve never made crawfish before but this makes me want to give it a shot. Can you tell us some more about the set-up with the pot and colander? Could I do this on a stove? Thanks again.

    • Hi Liz! Thanks so much! you can definitely do it over stove. The outside pot and colander are just and easy way to do quantity and straining. you can absolutely use a large cooking pot inside and just strain the crawfish in a colander in the sink. It’s all about just seasoning the boiling water. You can even just boil crawfish in some crawfish/shrimp boil, strain, and sprinkle some Tony Chachere’s all over and serve.

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