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Low Country Boil In Your Pressure Cooker

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This Low Country Shrimp recipe comes loaded with all of the good stuff! It is so easy to make in your pressure cooker and a dish you can make any time of the year.

Not only is it super flavorful and delicious, but it is so easy to prepare!

We used our Stainless Steel 12-in-1 Pressure Cooker to cook this dish.



1 lb potatoes
2 tbsp garlic
juice of 1 lemon
1 onion
1 lb kielbasa
1 lb raw frozen shrimp
3 ears of corn
2 cups stock
1 1/4 tsp Old Bay seasoning
1 tsp salt
1 tbsp butter


Put pressure cooker on saute, then add butter so it melts. Add onion and garlic and saute for a few minutes.

In a bowl combine broth and 1/4 tsp of Old Bay, set aside. Add remaining Old Bay into your pot with butter, then add salt. Mix.

Pour in broth and lemon juiced. Stir to combine. Turn pot off.

Now arrange the potatoes in the pot into the broth, then layer the corn pieces on to of those.

Place sliced sausage pieces on top of the corn. Can sprinkle a bit more Old Bay in now if you'd like.

Close the lid and set to pressure cook high for 4 minutes, then do a quick release.

Put frozen shrimp into the pot on top of other ingredients. Close the lid and set to pressure cook high for 1 minute followed by a quick release.

Serve everything on a large baking sheet with a bit of the broth poured on top. Put a small bowl of melted butter with a sprinkle of Old Bay on the side, and slices of lemon on the tray. 




    Looking for more Pressure Cooker inspired recipes? Check out this recipe blog:  Enchilada Soup In the Pressure Cooker 

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