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    Old Bay Recipes

    These are recipes that feature Old Bay as an ingredient. Old Bay isn't something I grew up using - I just purchased my first can recently - so it's new to me and I wanted to collect recipes to see what it's all about.
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    This is delicious served with black beans and yellow rice as sides. My husband just raves about this recipe which I made up one evening while looking for something other than chicken to accompany rice and beans.

    Recipe #53291

    Found this on a web site a few years ago. not sure what one. Added a couple of my ideas & came up with this. This is better if it sits over night.

    Recipe #77226

    We don't eat shellfish, but I wanted something a little special to have as a starter on Father's Day. This has become a change of pace from Salmon croquettes in our house; both are adored by our 8 year old son.

    Recipe #99237

    I needed a good flavor to go with a pickled salad I made and this idea suggested itself to me. It is FANTASTIC!

    Recipe #103715

    Recipe #4069

    My friend and I served this for Super Bowl Sunday last year with fresh oysters we gathered from Apalachicola Bay only an hour before and we about had a riot on our hands trying to keep them coming to the table fast enough for the guys to scarf down.

    Recipe #53341

    Had orange & pineapple juice in the fridge just had to experiment. Family & friends were glad I did. They said it was great.

    Recipe #87624

    moist and juicy, don't forget to remove the silver skin on the back of the ribs.

    Recipe #66305

    An adapted recipe from an old magazine clipping. Don't know the source. My husband makes this but likes to add hot sauce to heat it up. Freezes well.

    Recipe #81539

    This is an old family recipe that has served well for many years. It uses a traditional dark brown roux and Gumbo File to thicken and flavor. Its high quality depends on the freshest seafood ingredients, although much time can be saved with prepared seafood and fish stock.

    Recipe #67387

    Easy to make (no standing around the stove long periods of time). Seasonings can be adjusted to taste.

    Recipe #83528

    The little appetizers are fabulous. They will be the first to be eaten up. I always make a double batch since they are easy and can also be made ahead.

    Recipe #76964

    There's nothing like a good Maryland crab cake! I was born in Maryland, and I've found that they just can't make crab cakes up here that even compare to the one's by the Chespeake Bay! I choose to bake these in the oven, but they can also be pan fried in oil until golden brown. Can be served with remoulade sauce, tartar sauce, mustard, or my roasted red pepper sauce. After baking, extra crab cakes can be frozen. I usually defrost, and then reheat cakes in a nonstick pan until heated through and slightly crisp on the outside.

    Recipe #66833

    2 Reviews |  By 1Steve

    Delicous Crab Cakes served with a garic dipping sauce. Can be made mild or hot and spicy. Can be used as a seafood appetizer or a main course. Recipe courtesy Chef Rita Carmody (formerly of the Red Lion Hotel)

    Recipe #33129

    Recipe #102947

    I made this for my best friend's birthday. She is on a low-carb diet but I was also cooking for kids and men (A challenge!) I had NO leftovers. This came from a Bon Appetit magazine. Very easy and very good.

    Recipe #91031

    I usually like lobster served as simply as possible...This recipe is an exception.

    Recipe #87902

    The main keys are use good live lobsters of course, and do not overcook! This is an elegant dish so don't skimp on the ingredients.

    Recipe #9051

    I believe this may have come from R.F.R originally.

    Recipe #74669

    I found this recipe on the Louis Kemp website. I have yet to try it, but it sounds really good!

    Recipe #92515

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