Chef John's recipe for spicy shrimp fra diavolo will turn your weeknight pasta or rice into a memorable meal. ... then save a few bottles or cans to transform into a trophy-worthy beer cocktail. Read on to get recipes for beer shandies, micheladas, beer margaritas, and more. Anyone who tries one will certainly award you the mixology MVP. Turn heat to medium-high, bring gumbo to a boil, and stir in shrimp and crawfish tails. Cook until shrimp and crawfish tails are bright pink, about 3 minutes. Stir in 1 tablespoon green onion, taste and adjust seasoning, and serve.