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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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    Old Bay is good for so many things. It especially jazzes up Blood Marys.

    Recipe #185579

    This was adapted from Aliza Green from Field Guide to Herbs & Spices. A little different from the recipes already here. Traditionally, this seasoning is used for steamed crabs, but is now used for fish, potato salad, potatoes, and other vegetables. This would also make a great gift, along with some recipes! Enjoy!

    Recipe #189447

    3 Reviews |  By poo235

    I'm not a huge fan of the classic sweet potato casserole, so I concocted this dish. The reds, oranges, and yellows are perfect for fall entertaining! Then I decided that the flavors would complement tilapia, orange roughy, or any white fish really well. It was a hit as both a vegetable side and as a full meal.

    Recipe #197390

    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

    Oh my gosh this recipe is so easy to throw together. I serve this with Mama's Supper Club Tilapia... You may just need to use eye judgement of the milk.

    Recipe #220677

    2 Reviews |  By Lawsome

    This is a great baked dip! It was brought by a friend to a Superbowl party this year. It can also be made with crab.

    Recipe #225354

    This is my favorite way to eat potatoes! These are baked, no fat added, and seasoned with very little salt. Great to accompany grilled food or even as an appetizer or snack! Cook/Preparation time does not include time for soaking potatoes in water.

    Recipe #229501

    As all you crab afficionados know, the term "Delmarva" refers to the coastal areas bordering on the states of Delaware (Del), Maryland (mar)and Virginia (va) where the world's best crabmeat is harvested. Thing is that a lot of people go to a lot of trouble (and a lot of expense) to buy the best lump crabmeat available -- but then they use a mass-produced commercial product to season it. Weird! This recipe for 'homemade' seasoning is courtesy of Epicurious. All you Old Bay die-hards, I defy you to try it and tell me you can't taste a difference!! :)

    Recipe #170734

    Delicious on a bed of fresh greens.

    Recipe #171202

    Great for nibbling or for gifts!

    Recipe #146854

    1 Reviews |  By didyb

    From the Old Bay site. I couldn't find it here, so am posting it to keep it safe--- yummy!

    Recipe #154587

    ***Update: This is the Crab Cake recipe used for building the Nutty for New England Naughty but Nice Crab Burger for one of the challenges in the Spring 07 Zaar Tour world! I have lived most of my life near the Chesapeake Bay and spent many summers in Maryland as a child. This is the original recipe that was on the back of the Old Bay can. This version contains baking powder which helps make the crab cakes light and fluffy. We have always added a little lemon juice and browned them in butter which I feel really brings out the flavor and absolutely makes these. Try refrigerating the shaped patties 30 minutes to help keep them together when cooking, This is a Summertime favorite of ours served with Corn on the Cob and Coleslaw!

    Recipe #158809

    One of the best seasonings sold, you can make your own Old Bay Seasoning from recipes on this site(stores well, too). I got this recipe off the Yankee Grocery website. For A Southern twist, use 1-1/2 C Flour....dust chicken, dip in egg mix and redust.....makes a great crust.

    Recipe #160540

    From Southern Living.

    Recipe #163891

    What a great way to serve shrimp as an appetizer! This got rave reviews from my guests! This is from BJ's Journal April 2006.

    Recipe #164802

    15 Reviews |  By Dib's

    Great Seasoning with sea food.

    Recipe #11791

    33 Reviews |  By Dib's

    If you have the ingredients on hand this is a less expensive way to go-a must for crab cakes and shrimp.

    Recipe #15562

    Every year in May we have a big Shrimp Boil. I got this recipe from Old Bay and we love it. Roll up your sleeves and dig in.

    Recipe #25745

    This is the recipe on the cans of Old Bay seasoning.They are good.

    Recipe #44874

    I love potatoes boiled in Old Bay....this is kind of a twist on the typical recipe. It is delicious, easy, and requires minimal ingredients. This one tastes a lot more complicated than it really is! If you are sensitive to spicy foods I would half or even quarter the amount of Old Bay used. We like it spicy so this is a spicy recipe.

    Recipe #71443

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