Crawfish Beignets with Cajun Dipping Sauce
Total TimePrep: 20 min. Cook: 5 min./batch
Makesabout 2 dozen (3/4 cup sauce)
I had never made crawfish and this turned out way better than I had expected. I bought a frozen package from the grocery store at a great deal was anxious to give it try. The only mistake I made was probably not draining the package enough before adding the crawfish to the breading mixture. As a result, I had to add more flour to get it to a consistency where it adhered during frying. Sauce recipe makes plenty so I'll only make about 1/2 next time.
Do you have to use bread flour?
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i have already made this recipe , and will do it again and again
I made these tonight and they were just missing something in the taste to me. Hubby didn't like them and I was just hmmm. I may try again with shrimp and adjust some seasonings.
you can find frozen crawfish in the frozen seafood isle of your store, if the fresh fish area doesn't have it. no need to clean all those crawfish!
These were amazing. I really should have doubled the recipe, because these were gone in minutes. I used 3/4 teaspoon of horseradish in the sauce and 1/2 teaspoon of hot sauce. I used crawfish, but I think I will try them with shrimp next time as it was time consuming cleaning all those crawfish.Overall really easy recipe to make and really yummy. I wonder how these would be if I used crab or lobster?
Amazing. We used shimp that we bought precooked.
These were awesome! I would totally make these again!
I made two batches of these Beignets and took them to a Mardi Gras party. They were all gone in about 10 minutes, eaten by those who were standing by the counter when I brought in the plate. They did not want to share with others! Go ahead ann adjust the "heat" with the horseradish and pepper sauce.