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Cape Cod Seasoning

We blend the familiar flavors of celery, bay and mustard with premium spices to create a coastal seasoning with the taste of summers on the shore. Aromatic and appealing, our Cape Cod Seasoning is a stellar addition to any seaside fare.

  • Fine-grained spice mixture

  • Orange-red color

  • Strong salty celery flavor with slight heat

  • Contains soy, mustard

  • D'allesandro
    Price: $41.34
    $2.07 / Ounce

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    Suggested uses

  • Add Cape Cod Seasoning to any seafood dish, including fish, shrimp, crab or lobster

  • Season fries, chips, popcorn and dipping sauces

  • Add zesty flavor to seafood boils, stews, sauces and soups

  • Basic prep

    Ready to use. Add to taste.

    Storage & handling

    Store in a dry, cool place.

    Ingredients

    Salt, spices, cayenne pepper, paprika. Contains 2% or less of natural flavors, silicon dioxide (anti-caking agent), oleoresin paprika, soy lecithin. Contains soy, mustard.

    Cape Cod Seasoning is a high-quality interpretation of classic seafood seasoning. This mix evolved to complement the delicate, sweet, mineral flavors of seafood with robust and verdant herbs and spices. Celery, bay and mustard get a boost from just the right amount of red and black pepper and salt.

    The orange grains of Cape Cod Seasoning add bright reddish flecks and a zesty taste to seafood boil broths, peel-and-eat shrimp and steamed crabs.

    Seafood seasonings like this one originated in New England and the Chesapeake Bay area in the 1930s. At that time, crabs were so plentiful that bars gave them away for free. Seasonings with a significant salt content were developed to encourage patrons to buy more beverages.

    Classic recipe

    Shrimp Boil

    The salty, slightly spicy flavor of our Cape Cod Seasoning works perfectly in a full-on shrimp boil. The heady, seafood-friendly mix permeates the ingredients while they boil, giving this communal, interactive dish a wonderfully deep flavor.