Can you heat up left overs and what’s the best way if you can? You just need to cook clever and get creative! Cover with a lid and boil for an additional 15 minutes. Thank you for sharing this recipe – it looks delicious and I want give it a try. Ayyyye! Hi Carla- the first part is to simply boil the seafood. Some of my audience have used chicken sausage, and even meatless sausage as a substitute. Thank you girl, it is truly delicious, and addicting!! Hope this helps! It looks a lot browner in the bowl than it does when you drizzle it over the fish. How long does the sauce last in the fridge? This website uses cookies to improve your experience while you navigate through the website. Stir in the herbs. Reserve a bit of sauce for dipping if you’d like. 2. . Chicken broth is used to "cut" the sauce. Make sure you buy the plastic bags that are made for the oven. So here are a few quick tips: And you don’t need much – this stuff is rich! 3 hours ago: as usual, refusing to get out of the car knowing what lies ahead – a hose down. Butter lemon sauce: Make sure the lemon gets STIRRED IN AT THE END. Don’t think of it as a trendy “health food” salad. Well thank ya Beth! The first one is added to the boiling pot and I’m assuming the third recipe is the dipping sauce. No worries! Sounds like you nailed it Yvette! It makes cooking so much easier! Hi, Use leftovers to jazz up vegetables, mashed potato, or even spread on toast! I'm a Southern girl who has cooking in her blood, a wife, and busy mom of four awesome kids. Which is actually perfect – it’s a bright yellow Lemon colour once drizzled. Something else? This sounds like the perfect sauce for seafood and I loved your video! GENERAL NOTE: If you're an experienced cook, you can try your hand at making the sauce in the pan after cooking the fish. Thanks for sharing! GARLIC BUTTER SAUCE. I have since updated the recipe card to reflect what was used in the video. Storing Brown Butter: You'll only need around 1 tbsp of Sauce per serving - it's very rich - but this recipe makes slightly more because it's hard to make a smaller quantity. This hits me right in the feels! So you’d say this recipe is for 4 people? Add lemon juice and a pinch of salt and pepper. Made this for my hubby’s bday and he was in heaven. The complete instructions are in the recipe card above. Did I miss a step ??? I will definitely use this recipe again. Turn off the heat. 1 ⁄ 8. teaspoon Tabasco sauce (about 3 shakes) DIRECTIONS. It immediately foamed up and was hard to watch the mixture. Keep that in mind and adjust cooking times accordingly. 15 minutes. Tested and proven! Having friends over next weekend so I reckon this is a winner! Those are all great questions, I’ll be sure to update the post w/ answers, but for now: yes, I use frozen crab legs, and I cook them from frozen. Tag me on Instagram at. oooohhhh weee.. this looks so good. YIELD: 1/2 cup of sauce. I'm Tamara! I am going to try it tonight, but I wanna put the seafood in steamer bags to portion it out for people. You also have the option to opt-out of these cookies. You will see in the notes section that the chicken broth is optional. Stir then taste when it has cooled slightly. I didn’t time the butter, instead I went by color and smell. Your email address will not be published. I blog quite often and I genuinely thank you for your information. Used it with flounder and melted the butter by color. Thanks for checking out the recipe. Or you can simply make the sauce just to dip the seafood in on the side. I Will try it tomorrow but will only use a little paprika as my taste buds are sensitive. wonderful wonderful…. Hi Sharee! Do you boil it in the mixture shown on the video or use that mixture to pour over after boiling ? Hope that helps. Just cut the boil/cooking time a bit because they will get mushy. This looks so good!!! Hello. To be honest, I have not eaten Garlic butter seafood boil sauce before, but I am going to give it a try this time around, hope I will love it. Learn more about Tamara. If you and your family don’t like spicy- omit some of the seasoning.