Two Funny Girls is ringing in the new year and we are always excited when crawfish season rolls around. It is also just a good excuse to get together with friends, neighbors and family and eat some good food. This time we’ll show you our best we have to offer this crawfish season. We’re talking table-scapes, cups to serve crawfish-themed cocktails and even side dish recipes sure to keep the crowds feeling festive and full! Add cute touches of fun to your boil with our personalized party products. Keep reading to find out how to get started!
We know how messy crawfish boils can get so that is why we want to start out with offering our wax coated paper roll table cover! Our paper crawfish table cover is a great way to cover your crawfish boil tables. Make clean up for your crawfish boil party easy and over quick with the cute white paper table covers. Each roll makes the best crawfish table decor and each paper roll is made of white paper with a wax coating on the bottom side.
- Live crawfish (preferred) or frozen crawfish.
- Smoked sausage.
- Red potatoes.
Crawfish Boil Seasoning
For spicy Cajun and Creole flavors, you will need the following ingredients:
- Louisiana Crawfish, Shrimp and Crab Boil spice mix. You can buy it on Amazon.
- Bottled Cajun Seasoning.
- Bottled Lemon and Pepper Seasoning.
How To Boil Crawfish?
To boil crayfish, you will need a pot that is deep with enough water to cover the shellfish. You will need 8-10 cups water to boil them. I used a Dutch oven to make this recipe; you can use any deep and tall soup pot to boil crawfish. For live crawfish, it takes 3-4 minutes in hot boiling water, with the lid covering the pot. You can also check the visual cues: they are done as soon as the shells turn red color.