If so, Check out The Pie Iron Recipes Pie Iron Throw Down Photo Contest
This is a summertime favorite at my house. We do it on a propane cooker in the backyard. This is a winner for friends and family in South Carolina. No matter what the name is, this is Good Eats.
2-3 long links Beef Sausage or Kielbsa
3-4 dozen Ears of Corn, shucked and cleaned (best if cut in half)
1 1/2 pound Shrimp (cleaned and uncooked)
Several heaping spoons of Old Bay seafood seasoning (to taste)
Fill a big pot halfway with water. Add seafood seasoning, cover pot and bring water to a boil. Add corn, cover pot and cook for ten minutes at full boil. Cut sausage into 2″ pieces and add to corn in the pot. Cook for five minutes at full boil. Add shrimp all at once. Cover pot and bring back to full boil. Cook until shrimp are reddish and completely done. Pour contents pot into a colander and let the liquid drain into a sink for a minute. Put cooked sausage, corn, and shrimp on plates and serve hot!
NOTE: Some folks will add potatoes to the recipe. If so, add several medium potatoes quartered or whole red skin potatoes, five minutes after the corn.
This is very easy to do, but have your food ready because once you start cooking it there is no stopping.
My dad would make this on our weekend camping trips. We called it “Potluck Stew” as it was different every time we had it.
2 lb Beef, cubed (stew meat)
1/4 cup flour
3 pkg Gravy Mix (Beef or Mushroom)
6 Medium Potatoes, cubed
5-6 Carrots, sliced 1/2″ long
2-3 Celery Stalks, sliced 1/2″ long
2 Medium Onions, cut chunky
2 Bell Peppers, cut chunky
1/4 cup Vegetable Oil
1 Bay Leaf
1/4″ tsp Dried Parsley
Salt & Pepper (to taste)
1 pkg Biscuits
Toss the meat in flour to cover. Heat oil in a 12” Dutch oven, add onions, peppers and meat. Cook until meat is browned. Add remaining ingredients, except gravy mix. Mix gravy mix with water per the directions and pour over meat and vegetables. Add more water to almost cover everything, if needed. Lay biscuits out over the stew. Cover and cook until celery and carrots are fork tender.
This dish is very versatile, leave off the biscuits and add spuds, peas, beans or what ever you have in the cooler or fridge. The biscuits can be bake in another Dutch oven, got to have bread for sopping up all the gravy.
Serves about 6 – 8