Low Country Boil Savannah Style

Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 20 mins

Had this while DH and I were in Savannah and I picked up their recipe. They post it everywhere and it's served at almost all the restaurants.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Boil up to a gallon of water in a stock pot.
  2. Add the first 5 ingredients to the water.
  3. Next add in your sausage and potatoes and boil until almost tender.
  4. Next add your corn on the cob and crab (if you decide to add crab)heat thru for 5 minutes.
  5. Lower your water to a simmer and add your shrimp and simmer until shrimp turn pink - don't over cook the shrimp.
  6. You're all done and if you so desire, you can add your pepper sauce. Goes great with cole slaw and crusty bread on the side. Hope you enjoy.
  7. *Note* I'm not much for kielbasa so I have used Turkey Sausage and that works great too.


Most Helpful

Oh my goodness. This is great....yummy. I made this for our dinner when DS was home from college. The flavors were so yummy. This great one pot meal is so simple to throw together that i don't know why i don't make this more often. I couldn't get fresh corn ears, so I used frozen corn ears and instead of the crabs, I used just the crab legs. We loved it. I will definately do it again. BTW my 5 yr old thought dad was crazy for dumping our dinner all over the table....LOL. How fun....thank you for this wonderful and fun meal.....Stephanie

mommyoffour November 05, 2007

Really good! I used the same amount of seasoning for 6 ears of corn, 3 large Yukon potatoes (quartered), 1 lb Smoked Turkey Sausage (cut in 8 pieces) and 2 lbs medium shrimp. I didn't use any pepper sauce because we don't like our meals too terribly spicy. I will definitely be making this again. Thanks for posting! Made for Zingo! ZWT3.

AB_Fan July 02, 2007

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