Low Country Shrimp Boil Pot Recipe (Instant Pot Version)
A Low Country Shrimp BoilRecipe that screams summer. This Instant Pot low country boil recipe is delicious and definitely feeds a crowd. It is finger-licking-good and is filled with seafood flavor/seasoning from the old bay seasoning.
1lb.dynamic duo potatoesor medley potatoes; red and yellow potatoes mixed
1pk.beef smoked sausage
1tablespoonold bay seasoning
1tbsp.cumin seeds or ground cumin
salt and pepper to taste
1lb.raw jumbo shrimp21/25, deveined, EZ-peel
In a small bowl, combine the dry seasoning and set aside.Wash and drain the shrimp and set aside. Leave the shell on.Cut the sausage into desired size, or about 17 pieces. Set aside.Add the water, corn, potatoes, and sausage to the Instant Pot. Then add the dry seasoning and honey. Stir well to combine.
Cover with the lid, seal, and pressure cook on high for 5 minutes.Once the time is up, quick-release. Remove the corn, sausage, and potatoes to avoid overcooking.
Add the shrimp. Mix well. Cover with lid, seal, and pressure cook for 2 minutes. Quick-release once complete.Remove the shrimp from the pot and add it to the corn, potatoes, and sausage. Coat with liquid. Serve warm and enjoy!
This post was originally posted on July 2019. It has been updated with new pictures and video. However, the original recipe remain the same. *** Calories are estimated per serving.**** When printing the recipe, please unselect the camera so that the pictures are NOT printed with the recipe (if preferred).