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Sooo good! A bit spicy, so if you don’t care for heat, move along. This is not the recipe you’re looking for. My creole seasoning (Tony Cachere’s) is nicely spicy and salty, so omitted the red pepper and salt. Potatoes only needed 8 minutes on boil before adding the corn. At the end, set the raw shrimp on top of hot veggies so I could see that they were done. Will definitely make this again since my hubby loved it as much as I did. May add more shrimp. Would go well with a good bread and a salad with oranges, red onions and avocado. Thanks Ashley!
If you like spicy and LOTS of flavor you need this recipe! It’s not complicated and taste so yummy! I added one more pound of shrimp and boiled the potatoes for only 8 min before I put in the corn. I doubled the cook time in the oven once I added the shrimp just to be safe it was all cooked and it was perfect. This will be a go to in our house from now on!
We had some frozen whole shrimp in the freezer I wanted to be creative with. Some how allrecipes analytics must have figured that out and emailed me this great recipe. It's like a shrimp boil, but even better (to me) I spiced it up more than recommended. I'm not sure why but the amount produced was much more than expected. It will be at least two full meals for a family of 4 or 4. The timing on the baking was amazingly on target. I got polish sausage instead, and a different type of potato and it was DELISH. I wish I could post the photo here.
Very, very good! Nice addition to the rotation! The only caution is that if using Tony Chachere’s for the creole seasoning (or similar brand), there is plenty of salt. Don’t add extra. It will also be spicy so no need to add pepper flakes when cooking, people can add their own after to kick it up even more. I used red potatoes and could have cut back on cooking time a couple of minutes. Family loved it. Also, I used regular beef (Pre-cooked) beef sausage and it was fine. If you want to adjust heat/sodium there are easy recipes on this site.