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  • What is Old Bay seasoning used for?

  • Old Bay Seasoning is a classic spice mix used in seafood dishes. You can make the best homemade Old Bay seasoning with fresh spices for maximum flavor. This easy copycat recipe will be your new go-to when you want to elevate any dish that calls for this spice blend in the recipe.

  • What is in McCormick 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.

  • 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 is shrimp and crab seasoning?

  • Having fled Nazi Germany in 1937 with only a small spice grinder, Brunn created Delicious Brand Shrimp and Crab Seasoning. This spice blend was meant to service the needs of the nearby seafood market and was later renamed Old Bay seasoning, after the Old Bay Line passenger ship that traveled the waters of the Chesapeake Bay in the early 1900s.