1. Osama Bin Hopper

    Osama Bin Hopper Active Member

    Well, that time of year again when I start hauling sea bugs up from the depths. This recipe is great with fresh or leftover prawns.

    1 cup chopped up cooked prawn meat
    2 tbspn mayo
    1 tsp hot mustard
    old bay seasoning
    1/4 rib celery diced
    1 tbspn diced onion
    salt
    pepper
    favorite cheese

    mix together above excluding cheese.

    Spoon mixture onto slices of french bread and top with grated cheese.

    Bake in oven a few mins then finish off with broiler to brown cheese.

    Really good with some cooked crab meat mixed in or as a substitute as well.;)

    Gimee the gaff!!!
     
  2. Sculpin

    Sculpin Well-Known Member

    Thanks for that one. I think I'll try that tomorrow night with some homemade soup. Should warm me up after chasing blacktails in the rain:D.

    "I'm not talkin bout pleasure boatin or day sailin......I'm talkin bout workin for a livin"- Captain Quint
     
  3. Sculpin

    Sculpin Well-Known Member

    Tried it out OBH and it was a hit. Had to find the OB seasoning at THRIFTY FOODS. Forgot to take photos. My bad. Oh well I'm going to try straight crab next time:D.

    "I'm not talkin bout pleasure boatin or day sailin......I'm talkin bout workin for a livin"- Captain Quint
     
  4. Islandgirl

    Islandgirl Well-Known Member

    Osama ..or anyone.. where can you buy old bay seasoning?
    thanks
     
  5. Fish Assassin

    Fish Assassin Crew Member

    I buy it out of the US my self my folks bring it home for me. If you can not find it let me know. I can get it for you.I may even have some here. If you are who I think you are you live near by but I could be wrong maybe you are someone else.
     
  6. Striper Sniper

    Striper Sniper Active Member

    You can buy Old Bay seasoning at both Triffty Foods or Super Store in Courtenay......... I bought some yesterday at Super Store of $3.99 for a small yellow tin can.

    SS
     

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