Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 30 mins

A southern dish, whose origins come from South Carolina. It is perfect for get togethers and company as there is a little something in this dish for everyone. The spicy sausage adds flavor to the vegetables and the seasoning really enhances the shrimp in this dish. It is quick, easy and delicious!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Put water into large pot and add Old Bay seasoning salt.
  2. Bring to a boil and add potatoes.
  3. Boil them for 10 minutes.
  4. Add sausage and corn and boil for 10-15 minutes minutes.
  5. Add shrimp and cook only 3-4 minutes.
  6. Drain and put corn, potatoes, sausage and shrimp in a large dish.
  7. You will completely drain and serve vegetables and meat without broth.
  8. Add butter and lightly season to taste.
  9. Serve shrimp with cocktail sauce.
Most Helpful

this is one of our favorite summer time meals!! We have a big turkey fryer that we make this in, so clean up is much easier. Dump it on the picnic table and add some ice cold beer! We do add more old bay because we like the spice.

NC Gal April 14, 2004

This is a great recipe. We like to serve it to our guest from "up north". I make sure to tell them there are no frogs and it's not stew. The kids love it when you throw it out on the table on newspaper. They don't know what to think--it's not the usual where you have to keep yourself clean. The only diffierence is I use turkey sausage and I don't really measure the Old Bay. Just dump some in the turkey fryer! Easy.

LK Devildog August 09, 2009

My mom grew up in the Low Country and I always request this dish when I go home. The only thing she does differently is adds some quartered onions in with the potatoes and skips the butter at the end (then we just butter the corn). It is so good!!! Make sure you use Old Bay---there really is no comparison!

BadgerLuv November 29, 2008