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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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    Be careful not to stir the crab too much into the other ingredients. Best to fold the mixture gently with a spatula to combine everything. You want the big chunks of tasty crab to stay together as big chunks of tasty crab. Freshly cooked blue crab is the best choice for this recipe; however a good quality canned crab is an acceptable substitute.

    Recipe #81635

    This creamy, gooey, gorgeous white lasagna will impress your special guests and loved ones. Mild, but with many subtle flavors, it makes for elegant comfort food. Though the recipe appears long, it breaks down into easy steps and can be prepared for baking the day before. Prep time includes roasting times (when you can be doing something else). Those who dislike ricotta may not mind it here, as it dissolves into the sauce.

    Recipe #65007

    I tried this slightly different way of cooking ribs when rain washed out our BBQ. We couldn't believe how tender and tasty these turned out and the method is quite easy as well.

    Recipe #95414

    7 Reviews |  By Laurita

    Ambrosia is a food of the Gods - it's a heavenly treat! I love being able to prepare it ahead of time because the cooking time is quick. The very best crab cakes have a lot of wonderful crabmeat and very little else. It takes you to paradise by way of Key West!

    Recipe #50649

    I got this recipe from a Southern Living Magazine a couple of years ago. It was an instant favorite, and I get so many requests for the recipe that I figured I would make it easy on myself and just post it. I usually use more Old Bay, Tabasco, and scallions than it says, cause I like a little extra kick. It really is AWESOME, especially with crusty french bread.

    Recipe #113419

    Every time I have a party, I'm requested that this is a MUST as one of the appetizers. I use a light cracker (like Bremner's Wafers).

    Recipe #34530

    I found this recipe on another website and tweaked it to suit my family's tastes. We really enjoyed this recipe and hope you will too!

    Recipe #87262

    Recipe #70286

    This is just a variation of the way my dad used to make fried chicken. Frying at high temperature for a short period of time (just enough to brown the outside) and then baking it to finish makes for incredibly tender and juicy chicken.

    Recipe #99353

    1 Reviews |  By peachez

    A tasty and easy way to savor the last of the turkey. You can sub any meat ie: chicken, tuna, lobster, crab etc. We do whatever I have in the pantry or what's on sale. This goes over well with any age. Also see Recipe #50087.

    Recipe #50082

    1 Reviews |  By KPD

    Who doesn't love crab dip! This looks so delish! You might want to judge how much old bay seasoning you like by taste. A little chopped celery might be a nice addition. Enjoy!

    Recipe #198632

    1 Reviews |  By Bobtail

    Oysters are just about out of season now and I have not tried this recipe, but think it sounds good. If you decide to try it, I sincerely hope they are good. Maybe one day, I will get to try all the recipes that I want. (may be if I live to be as old as Methuselah (sp?)

    Recipe #90569

    After a couple tries, my husband finally says this is the soup! I think it is the garlic that won him over.:) This soup can be seasoned to your taste with any number of spices!

    Recipe #102103

    This dish is part of our family Christmas Eve celebration every year. I love baked stuffed shrimp, but so many restaurants here prepare their shrimp piled high with Ritz crackers drenched in butter. I think the crabmeat stuffing adds somethng a bit more special. Prep time includes the stuffing's cooling time.

    Recipe #61279

    5 Reviews |  By Shawn C

    A great one-pot meal when shrimp are running and ample. Having a outside gathering--this is the recipe to use! For a great cocktail sauce that fits your taste buds and cheaper than store bought try recipe #73837!

    Recipe #73839

    An essential recipe for any Southerner who LOVES shrimp. This is super-easy & fun! It's suitable for 1-50 people or more. The more you cook this recipe, the more variations you'll think of, as they are endless.

    Recipe #53311

    A wonderful way to prepare fresh crabs. Especially fun if you add some iced cold beer for drinking while you pick crab meat. This recipe is meant for use with live crabs. If they're cleaned first, the meat is exposed and it will be entirely too spicy.

    Recipe #32830

    This was a winning recipe in the 1997 Crab Cook-Off in Maryland, my home state.

    Recipe #39745

    This recipe calls for just the right seasonings, with scrumptious crab you’ll LOVE to sink your teeth into. Prep time includes chilling the patty.

    Recipe #43970

    I am not very fond of seafood, but even I love these crab cakes. They are delicious and savory. I've modified the recipe slightly from the version published in the Houston Chronicle.

    Recipe #91753

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