Description of Old Bay Seasoning (for Seafood, Poultry, Salads & Meats), 24 oz (680 g)
Old Bay Seasoning
- Flavorful blend of 18 herbs and spices.
- Ideal for chicken, seafood, meat, salad or snacks like chips or popcorn.
- Same delicious taste for more than 75 years.
Add flavor to your meals with Old Bay Seasoning. It's been a favorite for spicing up food for more than 75 years.
Why Use Old Bay Seasoning?
It's a unique blend of herbs and 18 spices, including black pepper, paprika and celery salt. This seasoning has a lively flavor that works well with a variety of dishes. It comes in an easy to use 1-lb. plastic container with a sectioned lid that allows for sprinkling or spooning out the contents over food. This Old Bay spice is also simple to store in a kitchen cabinet or pantry. It's terrific for use in restaurants and in homes.
What Foods Taste Great with Old Bay Seasoning?
This seasoning can be used on seafood, such as salmon, shrimp and crab. Sprinkle it onto poultry, as well as beef. This Old Bay spice is terrific with veggies, soups and stews. Use it on snacks like French fries, chips and popcorn for even more zip.
Since this seasoning can be put on a wide array of foods, you can easily add it to some of your favorite recipes.
- Create a quick corn salsa by adding a few teaspoons of the spice to two cans of whole kernel corn mixed with chopped red onions, jalape?os, tomatoes, cilantro, lime juice and olive oil.
- Make kale chips by dusting this seasoning onto washed, dried and olive oil-coated kale leaves. Bake until crispy.
- Mix it into bread crumbs with chopped onions, thyme, sage, chicken broth and butter for a savory stuffing.
- Create a tangy dipping sauce by combining this Old Bay spice to honey, lemon juice and ketchup.
- Add a few tablespoons to pre-cooked green beans and red potatoes, sliced cucumbers, chopped onions, white wine vinegar and olive oil. Toss together in a bowl and refrigerate.
- Make a crab soup by combining this seasoning with crab meat, lima beans, carrots, sweet corn, chopped onions, tomatoes, beef broth and water.
Celery salt (salt, celery seed), spices (including red pepper, black pepper), and paprika.
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