Backyard crawfish boils are one of the best parts of Louisiana springtime. If you have a big crowd, it’s likely they’ll devour every last mudbug. But occasionally, leftover tails are stowed away in the freezer for later use. These recipes will help you make the most of any leftover tails you find yourself with this crawfish season.
Crawfish Hand Pies
You won’t be able to eat just one of these fun Crawfish Hand Pies .
A heap of good vegetables mixed with rice, spices, and crawfish tails really can’t go wrong. Stuff that mixture into a casing, and you’ve got the makings of something special on your hands.
Crawfish Dirty Rice
Try this dirty rice stuffed inside your favorite poultry or as a savory side to any entrée. You’ll be glad you did.
Cajun Crawfish Bread
With garlic, butter, bread, cheese, Cajun seasoning, and Louisiana crawfish tails, this crawfish bread is a festival favorite for a reason.
Creamy Crawfish Beignets
These savory beignets are one of our favorite party dishes.
Packed with crawfish tails and fresno chiles, these Crawfish Quesadillas make an excellent weeknight dinner.
Crawfish Dip With Fried Bow Tie Pasta
Fried bow tie pasta is the best way to scoop up this creamy, spicy crawfish dip.
Mini Crawfish Cakes With Remoulade
These delicious crawfish cakes are the perfect appetizer for your spring get-togethers.
Bloody Mary Crawfish Salad
This quick and light crawfish salad features the bold flavors of a Bloody Mary.