Spicy Crawfish Dip

Need a rich, creamy dip for a get-together, but you’re tired of the same-old-same-old?  Then here’s an easy recipe for a Spicy Crawfish Dip that will be the life of the party.  It’s really quite simple, but super flavorful.  The amount of heat is up to you, but the creaminess helps cut some of the heat.


Yes, crawfish.    If you are not familiar with crawfish, you have been missing out.  In the South, crawfish boils are a way of life, and crowds gather for the spicy crustaceans cooked with corn, potatoes, and sausage.  So, so good.  It’s one of those things that is spicy, but you can’t stop eating the or the spice will really kick in.  Let me tell you, it takes a good bit of work to peel the tails, but it’s worth it.  Fortunately, we can buy already peeled crawfish tail meat. Look in the frozen seafood section at your local grocery store for this item.  It’s sold in one-pound packages and is amazing prepared any number of ways- fried, in pasta, sauteed with veggies, or any number of creole dishes.

Make the Spicy Crawfish Dip

This is really too easy to write a recipe on, but it’s so tasty I just wanted to share.  The spicy crawfish dip is a blend of crawfish meat, creole seasoning, crab boil, Worcestershire, cream cheese and sour cream.  Throw in some green onions and garlic, and you’ll be the winner at the next party!

As always, I hope you enjoy!