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Crawfish tails #13843398 01/12/21 05:10 PM
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I have a package of frozen crawfish tails a friend gave me, I need a ideas on how to cook them. Thanks!

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you can cook em up in a skillet with butter, chopped green onion, chopped mushrooms and mix in bread crumbs, then stuff a whole red fish with it and bake in the oven. serve with asparagus, green beans, spinach or corn/veg mix.


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Originally Posted by smooth move
you can cook em up in a skillet with butter, chopped green onion, chopped mushrooms and mix in bread crumbs, then stuff a whole red fish with it and bake in the oven. serve with asparagus, green beans, spinach or corn/veg mix.


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There is a recipe on here Greg’s crawfish cornbread Pretty good


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A quick fry with butter, peeled, then add them to a big can of clam chowder. Add a small can of whole kernel corn,drained, and a small can of diced/sliced potato's.


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Originally Posted by smooth move
you can cook em up in a skillet with butter, chopped green onion, chopped mushrooms and mix in bread crumbs, then stuff a whole red fish with it and bake in the oven. serve with asparagus, green beans, spinach or corn/veg mix.





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Cook a pot of grits - for the boiling water, add a chicken bouillon cube.

Fry a couple slices of bacon or 1/2 pound of sliced sausage till browned - remove and use drippings + 1tblsp. butter to cook
1/4 cup fine diced onion 1/4 cup fine sliced celery & 1/4 cup fine chopped pepper (red/green/yellow or a mix)
light fry these down until you see the onion is just browning -
add 1 teaspoon minced garlic, add: 1 tablespoon tomato paste + 1 1/2 teaspoon cajun seasoning (commercial is fine - Tony Chachere's the easiest to find or use my mix below - both these have salt & pepper in them)
fry down just a minute or so more - don't burn!
Add: 1 cup chicken stock (made with bouillon OK) & bring to slight boil.
Taste it. Taste OK? Need salt? Add it. Want a shot of hot sauce - add 1 teaspoon at a time & taste (I use Trappy's Red Bull) - don't overdo it.
Reduce from boil to simmer & add your tails (or shrimp) - cook 3 minutes.
Serve over the grits -- ENJOY IT!

My cajun seasoning:

3 tablespoon salt
2 teasp garlic powder
1 1/2 tablespoon paprika
1 tease black pepper
1 teasp onion powder
1 1/4 teasp. oregano
1 1/4 teasp dried thyme
1 teasp. basil
1 tablespoon chili powder

You can do a whole lot with the above (2 min. vid shows how to use it on steak, chicken, pork & more):


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