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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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    16 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Use Cod a nice hearty white fish! Make sure the potatoes are towel dried before frying. You can save time and fry in 2 pans.I like the malt vinegar, but you can serve with tartar sauce. If you have left over batter dip a sliced sweet onion and fry (Onion Rings) ** Thes are accepted for the Cajun Region based on the seasonings used as they are very indicative of the way Fish and Chips is made in Louisiana**

    Recipe #55241

    My sister gave me the idea for this recipe. I have enjoyed it ever since!

    Recipe #9475

    Simple, delicious, cheesy, freezes well. Can be served as an appetizer or for a luncheon, depending how you slice it. Be sure to take a copy of the recipe along, cause everyone will want a copy -- no kidding!

    Recipe #103781

    This was made for a large party and got rave reviews on taste & presentation. It could also be made with shrimp. Although I have not tried it this way, I believe the crab dip could be placed in cooked bread bowl, bread top placed on top,and all covered with foil and baked until hot.

    Recipe #53248

    A Delicious little Appetizer thats quick and easy. No one can eat just one!

    Recipe #71502

    1 Reviews |  By chia

    this is a lightened version of a fabulous bisque. less butter and cream here, from cooking light, but the same full flavor. try it, you'll love it.

    Recipe #68372

    This delicious party snack was adapted from a recipe from Clyde's Restaurant in Washington, D.C.

    Recipe #70083

    8 Reviews |  By Wendy10

    Nothing like fresh caught Blues on a Cape Cod summer day. This recipe comes from our son Chip who loves to fish, he says it comes from someone at his work who is Portuguese. It would work with other types of fish too but Bluefish is the best. Don't worry about the mayonnaise, it will completely disappear. It's easy to prepare and best of all, easy to clean up.

    Recipe #95117

    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    The file gumbo should be added to the pot off the fire for its proper thickening action. Go ahead make my day and add mussels, clams, crab.

    Recipe #55785

    Southern Living; loved by my family

    Recipe #30359

    1 Reviews |  By PanNan

    This recipe was posted in response to a request. It's from Southern Living. It belongs in the Mid Atlantic U.S. region.

    Recipe #40845

    This is one of those recipes where I just started adding and fooling with. Haven't disappointed anyone yet. Mom know you won't ever loose it.

    Recipe #19048

    10 Reviews |  By Rita~

    A take off from Outback! Yes fattening!

    Recipe #70382

    Just a recipe I made up one cold day when I wanted a hearty, homemade stew (comfort food!) It was really good, so I shared it with a few friends. One friend called it: "Keisha's Mom's Black-Eyed Peas and Sweet Potato Stew" - adding my daughter's name. Sounds impressive! (This friend has made it more often than I have!) I like it because of the interesting taste and texture of the whole, fresh ingredients...it's great to have in the fall.

    Recipe #76454

    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

    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

    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

    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

    Fried Tuna Patties with a Spicy Twist!

    Recipe #85858

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