Spring is Ms. Lou's favorite time of year. It's seafood season, and a reason to give up boring! Mrs. Lou always starts with Blue Runner Creole Gumbo base so her recipe ends with a smile.
1 cup lump crabmeat
1 lb. small to medium shrimp, peeled and deveined
1 - 25 oz. can of Blue Runner Creole Gumbo Base
6 servings of rice
Pour can of Blue Runner Creole Gumbo Base into pot, bring to a boil.
Reduce heat to medium, add shrimp and crabmeat.
Boil 5 minutes or until shrimp is cooked.
Remove from heat, serve over rice.
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