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  • What are the spices in Old Bay Seasoning?

  • What Spices Are in Old Bay Seasoning? According to McCormick, Old Bay is a blend of 18 herbs and spices, making it versatile for use on fish, chicken, vegetables, and soup. The unique blend of spices includes (but is not limited to): celery seed, paprika, mustard, salt, red pepper, and black pepper.

  • Do you need to buy Old Bay Seasoning?

  • You don’t need to buy Old Bay Seasoning when you can make it at home with this easy copycat recipe. In a spice grinder or small food processor, combine all of the ingredients. Grind well and store in a small glass jar.

  • What is the difference between Old Bay and cajun seasoning?

  • Old Bay and Cajun seasonings are complex spice blends commonly used for seafood and other foods. While the two include some of the same ingredients, this Old Bay replica uses more spices and has a bay leaf, celery salt, and mustard base. Cajun seasoning concentrates on paprika and is a little spicier because of the cayenne pepper.

  • What can I do with Old Bay sauce?

  • Add some zing to your crab boil. Make Old Bay hollandaise for your benedict. Sprinkle it on freshly baked crinkle fries. Add some pep to your potatoes – roasted, mashed, baked, you name it. Mix it into boiled peanut hummus. Stir it into cream cheese and make spiced-up cucumber sandwiches.