4 Reviews

I liked using this as a topping for plain bagels. I mixed everything together then added some garlic since my grill seasoning didn't have that. I brushed the tops of bagels with beaten egg white and dipped them into the topping. Then I baked them at 375F for 10-15 minutes until the bagels were toasty. Thanks so muh for posting this great recipe!

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Sue Lau May 01, 2008

I used McCormick's Spicy Montreal Steak Seasoning for this and added some granulated garlic. I followed Lorie's suggestion of brushing the bagel top with a beaten egg white before dipping it into the topping. Bake at 350 for 15 minutes, cut in half and smother with butter. This went perfectly with a bowl of creamy tomato soup for dinner. Thanks for sharing, Kara!

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rickoholic83 January 22, 2008

Try this on frozen soft pretzels! Spritz them with olive oil and sprinkle it on! Use your oven or toaster oven for this, not your microwave... Awesome.

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KLKJS February 05, 2011

We put this on the top of a pan of dinner rolls before baking: brushed with melted butter, then spooned on the topping. Only took a minute, except had to toast the sesame seeds in a skillet first. Worked great, looks festive! We learned that there are many kinds of "grill seasoning" on the store shelves, and we couldn't find McCormick's -- the one we tried first, our usual Johnny's Seasoning Salt, was too salty but the second, a Kroger's store brand made for chicken, was wonderful. That's a risk of using packaged mixes as a recipe ingredient: they vary regionally as well. Oh, and for the knots I used beaten egg instead of butter on top. Made for 1-2-3 Hit Wonders.

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Lavender Lynn January 26, 2008
Everything Bagel and Bread Topping