Frogmore Stew Recipe | The Perfect Dinner Idea For a Large Crowd

frogmore stew recipe corn beer shrimp potato dinner

My southern belle of a mother-in-law makes Frogmore Stew for many of our large family gatherings and it is always a crowd favorite. Who can resist a giant dish of piled shrimp, corn, potatoes, and sausage all cooked in beer? This filling dish is an easy dinner idea to serve a crowd and pairs perfectly with a good white wine or an ice cold beer.

frogmore stew shrimp potato corn dinner idea recipe





This recipe serves 6

•  36 inches of kielbasa or polish sausage cut into 1.5 inch pieces
•  1 1b link pork sausage cut into 1.5 inch pieces
•  1 lb shrimp raw unpeeled
•  3 lbs potatoes cut into 1.5 inch pieces
•  1 large onion chopped
•  6 ears corn – cut each in half
•  1 can beer
•  2 tbsp seafood seasoning (click link to view)
•  1 large bell pepper chopped
•  1 tsp salt (I choose Pink Himalayan Salt due to high mineral content)
•  1 tsp pepper
•  3 stalks celery chopped (optional)



1. In large pot, boil pieces of pork sausage and potatoes for 7 minutes covered in water and beer (pour in beer first, then fill with water until ingredients are covered)
2. Add chopped onion, pepper, celery, seafood seasoning, salt and pepper
3. Boil 10 minutes
4. Add the pieces of polish sausage or kielbasa and boil 10 minutes
5. Add corn, boil 10 minutes
6. Add shrimp, boil 3 minutes
7. Remove from heat, let stand 5 minutes
8. Drain, pour Frogmore Stew onto a large serving platter


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