McCormick Old Bay Old Bay Cans, 6 OZ
Seafood staple. Is there anymore to say? I use this when oven baking or boiling crab legs, and I use this when steaming shrimp. Can be a little salty so don’t add salt when using.
This is definitely a go to spice for me. I use it for my seafood boils. Throw it in a pot of water. Add shrimp, crab legs, corn, potatoes, and sausage. It gives it a nice spice without burning your mouth. I keep 2 cans in my house at all times. I certainly recommend this to other seafood lovers.
I really love the flavor of old bay. I put it on shrimp fish fries burgers the whole nine yards. I enjoy the rich flavor and the smells it gives off in the kitchen
I'm from Maryland so old bay is one of my favorite seasonings of course. I use it on so many things like crabs, eggs, shrimp, pasta, etc. Such a unique and delicious flavor. Would totally recommend to everyone.
Old Bay is great on seafood like crab and shrimp. It is also good on baked/fried vegetables like corn and potatoes. Great value. Nothing comparable to Old Bay. Highly recommend this seasoning.
I love Old Bay seasoning for many different dishes. This summer I tried it on grill roasted corn on the cob and potatoes. It provides and amazing spicy flavor that was loved by everyone who tried it. Love Old Bay. Great flavor.
I put this on everything, it’s a problem. The value is good especially if you buy the larger sizes like i do...because again, i have a problem.
I love this seasoning I use it in fish and also on shrimp it’s very delicious I recommend if u look for flavor or ur seafood
Used a variation of seafood, sausage, corn on the cob, lemons and pepper to taste very light and full of flavor
Not bad. I use it for clam bakes and stuff for family and friends. But i mix it with other seasonings since by itself it is a bit underwhelming
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