With this sheet pan version, you can enjoy a shrimp boil year-round!
This recipe only requires four basic seasonings, but they go so beautifully together! It's amazing what a little lemon, butter, Old Bay, and parsley can do! And, you only need one bowl for seasoning and one sheet pan for baking. That's it! Plus, you could line the sheet pan for even easier clean up!
Enjoy all of the flavors of your favorite summer boil, without the giant vat of steaming water. Though, this dish could also be boiled. Either way, it's delicious and super simple to scale for a crowd!
Then, simply line the table with newspapers and dump the baking sheet (or pot) in the center. This dish is meant to be eaten with your hands! And, don't forget plenty of paper towels!
Ok, maybe you don't want to do that in your dining room! Or you can serve on dinner plates with the usual napkins and silverware.
A shrimp boil is a Southern classic meal. It features shrimp, potatoes, sausage, and sweet corn. In some areas, crab legs are also included. Everything is boiled in one large stockpot. Most often, the seasonings include Old Bay, lemon, butter, and parsley.
A shrimp boil is most often served as is, but you could also add a few side dishes.
This dish is best served immediately. If you have any leftovers, store in an airtight container in the fridge for 2-3 days.
At a clam bake, a seafood boil is the main entrée, but there will also be side dishes and desserts. Plus, there will also likely be clams! A seafood boil would just include the shrimp, sausage, potatoes, and corn.
Very similar to a shrimp boil- both dishes feature shrimp, corn, sausage, and potatoes. Low country boils are popular in Louisiana, where they often use a cajun seasoning instead of Old Bay.
With the summer flavors of shrimp, sausage, corn, lemon, and parsley- this sheet pan shrimp boil makes an easy and flavorful weeknight dinner!
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