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One of the most versatile spices, Old Bay Seasoning is the perfect combination of sweet, savoury and spicy. With unique East Coast flavours, it’s the perfect spice for seafood, along with other delicious dishes like pizza, eggs, grilled vegetables, meats and even sprinkled over French fries or popcorn. While it’s most commonly associated with all things seafood, the options really are endless, which is why it has become one of the most beloved spices. We’ve created a list of our top 10 ways that you can use Old Bay Seasoning this winter season!
Salmon & Fish Seasoning
One of the best blends of herbs and spices to sprinkle on fish. The spice shines in this Old Bay Crusted Salmon recipe.
With the cold wintery weather, what warms you up more than a bowl of creamy, hot Old Bay Seafood Chowder?
Not your average seafood sauce, this Old Bay Mignonette Sauce gives an added pop of flavour to fresh oysters.
Sprinkle on steak and baby potatoes before throwing them on the grill or into the oven, like in this mouth-watering Kahuna Steak With Old Bay Roasted Potatoes recipe.
Gumbo or Jambalaya
A dish that’s enjoyed all year round, but especially in the winter, warm up with a bowl of Southwest Gumbo.
A must-try recipe that packs a punch, this Brazilian BBQ Pork Sausage With Mustard & Pickled Apple dish is full of flavours like Club House La Grille Brazilian Style BBQ, Keen’s Dry Mustard and Old Bay Seasoning.