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Crawfish bisque. Pour 2 cans cream of potato soup, 1 can cream of mushroom soup, 1 can whole kernel corn (undrained), one stick of butter cut into pieces, 4 oz cream cheese, 1 pint half&half, 1 pkg frozen crawfish meat - thawed, 1/4 tsp cayenne pepper into crock pot and simmer for ~3 hours. This is my family's Christmas Eve dinner! So easy and so good.

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from What2Cook

Country Shrimp Boil

Recipe For Country Shrimp Boil - Have cocktail sauce and melted butter on the side. Kids love it, adults love it. It’s a great party idea! Enjoy!

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from Just A Pinch Recipes

Quick & Easy Crawfish/Shrimp Etoufee

Traditional Crawfish Etouffee Recipe-get tails that are already cleaned etc. 1 lb of whole crawfish will only give you about 3 oz of tailmeat. I increased the cayenne as well to put more kick. Very good stuff.

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Crock Pot Seafood Gumbo

Are you looking for a delicious homemade gumbo recipe? Our Crock Pot Seafood Gumbo is a flavorful mixture of shrimp, crab and crawfish.

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from Taste and Tell

Creamy Tomato Pasta with Shrimp

Easy enough for a weeknight, but fancy enough for a dinner party, this Creamy Tomato Pasta with Shrimp is creamy and cheesy and so packed full of flavor.

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Crock Pot Seafood Gumbo

Are you looking for a delicious homemade gumbo recipe? Our Crock Pot Seafood Gumbo is a flavorful mixture of shrimp, crab and crawfish.

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Louisiana Corn & Crawfish bisque: In a gumbo pot melt one stick of butter. Add 1/2 container of Guidry's creole seasoning & sauté. Then add 1lb of crawfish tails, 1 quart of half and half, 2 cans of whole kernel corn (drained), 2 cans of cream style corn, 1 can of cream of mushroom, one can of cream of potato & mix. Season to desired spiciness with Tony Chachere's and simmer for 45 minutes.

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Seafood Boil

Seafood Boil. You've maybe heard it called many names: Frogmore Stew, Beaufort Stew, Lowcountry boil, Louisiana Crawfish boil or a tidewater boil. Traditionally, you'll find them in places like Louisiana, South Carolina and New England, as well as some other coastal States that focus on their regional seafood and side dishes. There is no written rule as to what goes in the pot, but most agree that it should be well-seasoned!

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