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    Got a bunch of crawdads...

    Any good recipies?

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    Melted butter with a hint of garlic perhaps and just pretend they are huge lobsters.
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    All good recipes are written in Cajun gibberish and impossible to decipher.

    Here's one in English: Louisiana Crawfish Boil Recipe - Allrecipes.com

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    We have just done them as finger food before...not too many Cajuns in Southern Idaho...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flathats View Post
    We have just done them as finger food before...not too many Cajuns in Southern Idaho...

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    The secret ingredient is boiled traps, isn't it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CS1983 View Post
    The secret ingredient is boiled traps, isn't it?
    Seems as i spend alot of time boiling...

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    Depends on the size and what sort of water you’ve caught them in (yeah, we’ve got the little boogers over here too). First thing to do is to flush ‘em out in fresh water while they’re still kicking, then either lightly boil first, or stick ‘em straight in the oven with a bit of butter and the flavouring of your choice (garlic, chilli, pepper etc). If you boil them first they’re (slightly) less chewy.

    I know people who like to suck the brains out, but if you’re that stuck for vitamins, you already have a problem.

    Basically, it’s outback pan food – if you tried to go all “gourmet” on the things, they’d probably die laughing anyway.

    They make good bait though if you’ve got the time for a spot of fishing (just use the tail, even fish are fussy about somethings) …..
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    No clue how to cook, but hope you enjoy the hell out of them. If I were doing them, I am always in favor of garlic and butter. I wonder if some bacon cooked with them would add flavor??? Bacon makes everything better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Purple View Post
    Depends on the size and what sort of water you’ve caught them in (yeah, we’ve got the little boogers over here too). First thing to do is to flush ‘em out in fresh water while they’re still kicking, then either lightly boil first, or stick ‘em straight in the oven with a bit of butter and the flavouring of your choice (garlic, chilli, pepper etc). If you boil them first they’re (slightly) less chewy.

    I know people who like to suck the brains out, but if you’re that stuck for vitamins, you already have a problem.

    Basically, it’s outback pan food – if you tried to go all “gourmet” on the things, they’d probably die laughing anyway.

    They make good bait though if you’ve got the time for a spot of fishing (just use the tail, even fish are fussy about somethings) …..
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    Never had baked, just straight up boiled with above mentioned seasonings, or cajun season And Butter; strain. Eat hot.

    Stay back of neck. Back meat good. Brain meat...you gotta be hungry.

    Bacon won't aid. Traps...???

    If lucky enough, boil 1/2 ears of corn and small potatoes with.

    Kinda like catfish; Mudvane. Thumbnail cleanly removes.



    Enjoy!
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