Spice Up Summer Recipes; Chicken and Fish
(Family Features) – If there was an official taste of summer, it would no doubt belong to Old Bay. This zesty, distinctive spice blend was created 70 years ago to add a punch of flavor to crabs, shrimp and fish. This unmistakable seafood staple in the iconic yellow and blue can has grown into a nationwide must-have, driven by the unbridled passion of its fans.
To celebrate its 70th anniversary, Old Bay is sharing three exciting dishes that will be sure to shake up your next summer gathering with family and friends.
Summer’s Spicy Secret
A spice that once belonged solely to the Chesapeake Bay area, Old Bay is now shared enthusiastically around the country and is used as a “secret” ingredient for all types of dishes from grilled chicken and salads to corn-on-the-cob and more.
Take corn to another level and shake directly on the cob.
Shake it on the grill when cooking chicken, fish and steak.
Jazz up potato and pasta salads.
Spice up hard-boiled, scrambled, and deviled eggs or egg salad.
Put some bang into burgers and mix with ground meat.
Create sandwich heaven by adding to mayonnaise.
Garnish the rim of your glass for Bloody Mary drinks.
Sprinkle on popcorn and fries.
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