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.
Old Bay with ribs you say? YES! Old Bay seasoning is not just for seafood. This recipe includes a great rub using Old Bay Seasoning. Easy to prepare and fast, especially if you boil the ribs in advance. Barbecue time is only 20 minutes! GASP!-Yes I said boil. I know many say boiling boils out all the flavor, but these ribs are as tasty as can be. Cook time does not include standing time of 20 minutes to 24 hours. These can be finished either on the grill or in the oven.
Love this stuff... I think it's best suited to (of course) fish or seafood, but also chicken or a Cornish hen. I love the bite of the Tabasco and the flavor of the seasonings blending with the crab. I like to use whole-grain bread for its benefits, but white bread sure tastes good here!
This recipe originally came from McCormick. The dried herb McCormick's version is pratically perfect but recently, I tried substituting fresh herbs for the dried version and it was amazing. My children don't like shrimp, but they love the pasta tossed in the sauce from this dish. I've substituted chicken for the shrimp also which they love.
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.
I love Old Bay Seasoning and was looking for new ways to use it. I had several "coastal creations" as I call them and this one is one that people enjoy the most out of them. And by the way, your house is going to smell like a seaside seafood restaurant while this is cooking!
This is an excellent recipe given to me by a friend. I've made several adaptations, and love the way the house smells when this is cooking. Serve with a loaf of crusty French Bread, tossed green salad and supper's ready !
And I think Ann D.'s suggestion to add some diced red bell pepper and a few dashes of hot sauce is an excellent idea !!! I've made the changes below.
We served this recently at a dinner in honor of our youngest daughter who just married. As usual, people were lining up for the recipe. I've used it since 1976, adapted from a recipe that apparently came from Cornell Cooperative Extension. I changed it slightly, but always receive rave reviews when we serve it to company.
A rich, creamy delectable chowder. Must have comfort food on cold winter evenings. Add a caesar salad and some crusty french bread and you have a meal. Don't know how well it keeps, there is never any left over. Just ask our neighbors. Sure to turn any oyster haters into oysters lovers