Our Paleo Family

Lowcountry Boil (Instant Pot, Paleo)

I know the Instant Pot is supposed to make dinner in a flash, but some recipes are just cumbersome and the pressurize/depressurize process can take a long time. This recipe right here? Fast, fast, fast! I’ll say it takes 30 minutes tops because maybe you’re really methodical about cutting your corn in half, but seriously, you can have this from the fridge to the table in 20 minutes if you wanted to.

My family loves this kind of meal because they can get exactly what they want. You can see my ingredients and amounts below, but feel free to add different fish or more or less of something to suit your family’s tastes.

This is a perfect example of how I cook for my family and stay keto. They can eat all the corn and potatoes they want. I will have one, maybe two little potatoes, load up on the sausage and shrimp and have a salad on the side. Easy peasy.

I hope you love this one. It’s fast, really tasty, and simple! If you want to see how easy it is to prepare and also see my smiling face, you can watch the prep video too.

Lowcountry Boil
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Call this Lowcountry Boil, Beaufort Stew, Shrimp Boil, but just make it and call it delicious!
Servings Prep Time
4-6 servings 10 minutes
Cook Time
15 minutes
Servings Prep Time
4-6 servings 10 minutes
Cook Time
15 minutes
Lowcountry Boil
Print Recipe
Call this Lowcountry Boil, Beaufort Stew, Shrimp Boil, but just make it and call it delicious!
Servings Prep Time
4-6 servings 10 minutes
Cook Time
15 minutes
Servings Prep Time
4-6 servings 10 minutes
Cook Time
15 minutes
Ingredients
Servings: servings
Instructions
  1. Add broth to Instant Pot. Cut lemon in half and add that next.
  2. Clean the potatoes, but leave the peels on. Add those next.
  3. Combine the two seasonings together and sprinkle some on top of the potatoes. You will add more seasoning after each ingredient goes in the pot until you've used it all up.
  4. After the potatoes goes the corn. Cut the ears in half so they fit easier in your pot.
  5. More seasoning.
  6. Now add the sausage. Again, cut it in half just so it fits easier.
  7. More seasoning.
  8. If your shrimp are fairly large and have the shells on, go ahead and put them in your pot now. If you have small or peeled shrimp, do not add them now.
  9. Make sure you've added all the seasoning.
  10. Seal the pot and set for 9 minutes at high pressure.
  11. It will take about 10 minutes to come up to pressure.
  12. When the cook time is finished, do a quick release.
  13. If you did not add your shrimp with the other ingredients, first remove all the other stuff to a large baking tray with sides and then turn the pot on to sauté and add the shrimp. Give them a stir. They will cook in just a couple minutes. Remove the shrimp and add to the other ingredients on your sheet pan.
  14. Serve with warm ghee or drawn butter, sliced lemons and additional cajun seasoning and/or Old Bay.
Recipe Notes

Find my Cajun Spice Blend recipe here. 

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