Pressure Cooker Down East Shrimp Boil ~ Seafood Boil ~ Pressure Cooker Recipe ~ Noreen’s Kitchen


Hi, everyone. I’m Noreen welcome back to my kitchen today We’ve got another episode of what’s for dinner and boy have I get a treat for you We’re going to make this beautiful and delicious down East North Carolina style shrimp boil and we’re going to make it in the pressure cooker Let’s go see how this all comes together We’re going to go over all the ingredients for our Down East Shrimp boil and we are going to be making this in the pressure cooker because it’s hot outside And I have no inclination to put a giant vat of boiling water on my stove and have it heat at my kitchen my air conditioners running And we still have to have a fan going in our house to push the air all the way around because it is so hot So the pressure cooker believe it or not is going to make this Down East Shrimp Boil Super easy And it’s going to cook in five minutes because you know what everything that you see here cooks individually at the five minute mark So that’s what we’re going to do We’re going to put this all together and we’re going to make a delicious North Carolina down East style Shrimp boil and it’s very similar to a lowcountry boil if you’re familiar with that But we’re only using shrimp. I got these amazing Jumbo shrimp that are fresh caught out of the water off the coast of North Carolina these were purchased Saturday morning Just a couple of days ago. I’ve had them on ice in my refrigerator They did have their their shells on them, but you know what I did I took my kitchen shears And I cut through the shell down the back and then I peeled them and I made sure I took that little vein Right out of there And if you’re a fan of the office and dwight shrute you’ll know what that is two pounds of shrimp? Two pounds of mixed Yukon gold and red baby potatoes one pound of smoked sausage your choice four ears of corn that I peeled scrubbed and broke in half one lemon that I have quartered and Well and cut the quarters in half and then this is my seafood seasoning that we made in another video I just have a little bit here. We may use more we may not use that much we’ll see when use a Seafood seasoning in in a boil of sort some sort you really do use a copious amount because not all of its going to end Up on your food, and I have two cups of water here ready to go So I’ll bring over the pressure cooker and we’ll build this all right first things first We pour our water in I do have a little rack in there Because I don’t really want this stuff sitting down on that water. I just want the water to steam it Potatoes go in first then a little bit of seasoning corn goes in next Just drop it on in there a little more seasoning our smoked Sausage and This I just took right out of the freezer And I cut it up, so this is a little bit frozen a little more seasoning I’m going to throw some lemons and at this point, too And then our shrimp my shrimp are just like I said I peeled them and devein them and I let the tails on This is where we get hot and heavy with our seasoning just Like that I’m going to throw the rest of our lemons in here these however. I’m going to give a squeeze I’m going to leave the lemon pieces right in there because this will then infuse everything with that wonderful lemon flavor and Then I have a little bit half a stick of butter goes right on top and we are ready We get our lid Pop it on to make sure that our valve is shut fish and vegetables automatically presets to 5 minutes We’re going to let it come up to pressure cook for five minutes The timer is going to count down when it’s finished and it beeps at me I’m going to release the pressure valve and do a quick release on the pressure. That’s inside the Venom the vessel Because we don’t want to wait and let that pressure come down naturally otherwise your shrimp are going to turn into nasty little erasers and nobody wants to eat a tough shrimp because he’ll I’ll be back when this is ready and finished and I’ll show you what it looks like after we open it up. I can’t wait All right this just came down off a pressure. I quick release it took the lid off and oh my goodness You might think that putting shrimp in the pressure cooker is a bad idea But it came out perfect now. We’re going to go ahead and we’re going to put it on a tray And then we’ll show you what everything looks like after it’s done We’ve got some melted butter ready to go as well as some homemade cocktail sauce and Dinner’s ready This was super fast and super easy the pressure cooker. I cannot stress enough How wonderful it is to have one of these available to use? Any time of year? but especially when it’s Super hot outside or When you’re in a hurry because you can put something like this on the table in about an hour We’re going to go plate this up, and we’ll be right back there you have it there is our beautiful down East, North Carolina Style Shrimp boil and We’re ready for dinner and we probably don’t want to waste the whole at a time chit-chatting because we want to eat really see what this is so perfect this shrimp came out perfect the corn is perfect the potatoes are perfect the Smoked sausage even though was frozen is perfectly done what I have done. Now is weld it was cooking I made I did some melted butter and some homemade cocktail sauce I have a very old video on how I make my cocktail sauce I will leave it linked in both a card at the end of this video as well as down below And in an information card in the side screen you can click on the little I in the upper Right hand corner of the screen and it will populate a whole bunch of information for you if you didn’t know about that No, you do so um what do you want to try honey? Huh? You want to try shrimp. Do you want it dunked in something? Saucy Okay Mmm-Hmm Perfect can I want to say thank you to Matt Heather’s husband when we went to the seafood house when they were visiting? He said don’t you guys ever get drawn butter for your seafood, and I never really thought about it So he had the waitress bring some in. Oh man. That’s perfect That’s delicious. Oh ma’am This shrimp is perfectly cooked It’s not tough it’s not chewy. It’s just delicious. Oh, I can’t wait to dig into everything else The beautiful part here is everyone comes service itself tastes what they like and leaves with it all and You take some of potatoes you crack them with your fork you put a little bit of butter on them You do the same with your corn And you’re ready to go everything In five minutes under pressure now remember it took about ten minutes for the pot to come up to pressure Five minutes to cook and then I quick released it. So the shrimp is perfect 15 minutes Rick was really worried That it was going to cook too long, and then it was going to be tough and I would never purposefully overcook shrimp I Mean sometimes it happens, but when you pay a lot of money for shrimp these were actually not bad these were $10 a pound At our fish our local fish Monger but these were only a dollar more these are jumbo shrimp by the way, and they were only a dollar more than a large shrimp, so These are about 16 20 pound meaning 16 to 20 shrimp per pound and then the large shrimp are slightly More so you get a little bit more per pound out of those but they’re a little too small I think to put in the pressure cooker so yeah, that’s that’s how you do it a down east North Carolina Style Shrimp boil in the pressure cooker in 15 minutes flat Except for the time that it took you to prep and really didn’t take me that long to prep at all So there you have it. I hope that you enjoyed this if you did please consider giving me a thumbs up And if you are new to my kitchen welcome it’s always lovely to have everyone come and visit me if you liked what you saw please consider hitting that subscribe button and As always if you are a trident remember of the noreen’s kitchen family be sure and hit that bell notification button Because we don’t want any of you to miss out on all the real food for real people Real easy recipes that we present all the time right from our youtube channel and straight from our kitchen I hope you give this type of a lowcountry boil a try and I hope you love it and until next time I’ll see ya

58 comments on “Pressure Cooker Down East Shrimp Boil ~ Seafood Boil ~ Pressure Cooker Recipe ~ Noreen’s Kitchen”

  1. Donia The DIY & Review Queen After The Stroke. says:

    Tfs.

  2. Barbara Hogan says:

    We call that Low Country boil here where I live. ๐Ÿ‘Yummy.

  3. Jean Henson says:

    Great as always Noreen! Looks amazing!

  4. Lisa Freund says:

    Looks awesome Noreen!!

  5. Coop Troop #6 says:

    I live in Eastern North Carolina as well. Here in Hyde County, they are pretty cheap. You can get the large size for $3-4.00.

  6. Pam Jones says:

    Looks amazing delicious! Yummy.Thank you for sharing the goodness :)๐Ÿ‹

  7. BL Meyer says:

    great summer meal TFS!!!

  8. Donna Dorrell says:

    Beautiful!!!

  9. Dustie Martin says:

    OMG LOOKS YUMMOOOOOO!

  10. The Kneady Homesteader says:

    ok, this is just amazing!!!!!

  11. Suzanne Steed says:

    Once again gurl ! WOW! I wish it was smellavision lol u rock! Much love from ๐Ÿ‡จ๐Ÿ‡ฆ

  12. Cat Lover says:

    Hubby hates shrimp.ย  I will make this for me!

  13. J. McNeese says:

    ๐ŸŒผOh my goodness, Noreen it looks delicious! Can't wait to try it myself and thanks for sharing!๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ’•

  14. Donna Divis says:

    Looks delicious!!!!!

  15. lauri robbins says:

    I have a 6qt Instant Pot and I'm thinking the times would be about the same.

  16. Jennifer Lynne says:

    I soooo need a pressure cooker! I feel like without one, I'm not a part of the cool kids group!!๐Ÿ˜‚

  17. poohpond says:

    South Carolina.

  18. Tina M says:

    Now I'm hungry ! I need to quit watching your videos late at night It's not good for the diet that I'm failing miserably at right now lol Love your videos !๐Ÿ˜Š

  19. willydawgs says:

    Dang, girlfriend! That looks SO good! Those shrimp — AMAZING!

  20. Barbara Stuffels says:

    what is the name of the sausage.

  21. Momma4Freedom says:

    Where did you get the tray for the bottom of your pressure cooker. I have the same one as you do and would love to get a tray like you have.

  22. Bettylou says:

    If you can get your hands on connecuh sausage try it. I love it for breakfast, In low country boil and especially grilled with b-b-que sauce. We can't get them in Virginia.

  23. Grandma Liz's Kisses says:

    I HAVE NEVER OWNED A PRESSURE COOKER BUT YOU CAN MAKE A BET THAT THIS HAS INSPIRED ME TO GET ONE. I HAVE ALWAYS BEEN AFRAID OF THEM.

  24. Gary Crum says:

    go miss norreen im doing mine this weekend in my crock pot honey

  25. Elizabeth Miles says:

    I though it was low country not north car.

  26. Laurie'spassions! says:

    Wow! I love all you cooked in this video! Only thing I would add is catsup for The potatoes! Living so close to the beach and the Gulf Of Mexico we are seafood lovers! (I live around Beaumont, Texas, about twenty minutes away and about 45 minutes to the beach!) and we do a lot of seafood boils. I also love that you take the heads off, so many people show seafood boils on YouTube video's and shrimp is always in them but they leave the heads on! Gross! You have made me so hungry for this!

  27. TheWolfePit says:

    FANTASTIC Noreen! When I come visit I want you to make this for me!!! LOL

  28. 50hellkat2 says:

    I would say get to know your pressure cooker before you put 40$$$ worth of shrimp in it. But you have made this ver simple.

  29. 50hellkat2 says:

    Drawn butter with some lemon real good and if you like garlic put some garlic powder in too.

  30. Mel's Simple Meals says:

    I am so craving this now ! I love this on the grill in packets too ๐Ÿ™‚

  31. paladin says:

    miss Noreen….in your old bay post I said….I did a country boil last week…..this is the way I did it….Power Pressure…….thank you

  32. Susan's Easy Recipes says:

    So much flavours yummmm ๐Ÿค—๐Ÿ‘

  33. muscovy prepper says:

    I am jealous I don't have a local place to get fresh shrimp here. If I manage to get some it is usually frozen

  34. Josie Delgado says:

    thanks noreens!!!! I have got to make this.

  35. SUZYBOSTONQUEEN says:

    Yum!๐Ÿ˜‹

  36. Plants and Passion says:

    If someone didn't have a pressure cooker… would it be the same in a stockpot? You just boil longer? How long?

  37. Maureen Neilson-Sewell says:

    Noreen, would it take the same time if I used raw sausage like hot italian?

  38. Bo Sutton says:

    It looks SOOOOOO GOOD !!!!!!

  39. debbiedew1 says:

    do you have any more pressure cooker recipes. I would love a video with pressure cooker use basics. I have a new one but lost the book that goes to it. To be honest I am afraid of using it….silly right ???

  40. Eileen Killen says:

    Noreen that looks absolutely delicious!!!! Tfs ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿค—๐Ÿ˜‡๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜ƒ๐Ÿ˜

  41. Cynthia Ring says:

    Oh man….. that looks amazing!!! OK I have to go to the grocery store and get the stuff to make this!!! YUM!!!!!! I've never tried this in my pressure cooker.

  42. grumbygoo says:

    I don't get how the potatoes get done, without the shrimp getting overcooked.

  43. Michael Wallen says:

    Thanks Noreen. This is the best video I've ever seen. With your videos, and experience, I'm trying recipes I've never ever thought of trying. But you make the difficult look amazingly easy
    Thanks again for all your help.

  44. Becky Skinner says:

    I love how you referred to overcooked shrimp as little erasers (lol)

  45. Michelle Stark says:

    So good. I made this for dinner tonight

  46. kathy jo tourtois says:

    omg fantastic with some melted butter , yummmmmmm !!!

  47. cynjim88 says:

    This looks DELICIOUS

  48. Dana Spetrini says:

    I have an All American pressure canner/cooker, would you recommend using it for this recipe? I'm thinking no because of the long process to bring it up to pressure.

  49. JLL2Sweet says:

    What type of PC do you have or recommend?

  50. Miss desire Independance says:

    Looks great!!

  51. Ristee Longtran says:

    This was cooked in 5 minutes? Was that raw potato?

  52. mikeje305 says:

    very nice video

  53. Jeff says:

    Hey there, this turned out really well. All I had was some year old frozen shrimp which fell apart as it thawed, but it was still good.

  54. vicki lynch-griffin says:

    Yum

  55. Sherry Rains says:

    I am going absolutely try this recipe

  56. Mike Thomas says:

    What , no onions !

  57. Billy Bob says:

    Love it!

  58. Itโ€™s She She says:

    Just tried your method and it was delicious!! Thanks for sharing!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *