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"I remember my mother's Parker Houses being laced with salty, savory Old Bay and a mean aged cheddar," says chef Jonathan Sawyer who uses a teaspoon of the seasoning for his fluffy, buttery rolls. If you need some inspiration to use the rest of the bottle, we've got you covered.
From spicy hot wings to juicy turkey, here are five excellent ways to use Old Bay seasoning.
These tasty chicken wings feature Old Bay Seasoning, hot sauce and Worcestershire sauce.
Old Bay Seasoning isn't just great on seafood, it's also terrific with crunchy, oven-roasted chickpeas.
Shell the shrimp right at the table then dunk each one into delicious cayenne-spiced sauce.
"Brining introduces flavor that penetrates to the bone," says chef Ken Oringer, whose flavorful turkey brine features Old Bay.
Old Bay seasoning adds terrific flavor to these crisp, beer-battered tilapia fillets.