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ROSEMARY SEA SALT... 2 ingredients... HUNDREDS OF USES!!! Keep a jar of this close as you cook... Something simple like fried eggs and you have a treat. Any vegetable, instead of just salt, add a little savory zip. Bake a loaf of bread... Do an egg wash on the top and sprinkle this for added flavor and rustic beauty. Fried potatoes become an Italian treat... OR even a DIY Hostess Gift any cook will LOVE! And SHHH... Don't tell anyone but you add flavor while using less salt!
Smoked Serrano Sea Salt: When we think of Serrano chilies most of us picture the bright green and orange peppers available fresh at your local gourmet market. The Serrano we use is different; it is left on the vine to mature until it turns scarlet red. It is then picked and slowly smoked until the flavors blossom. Smoked Serrano chilies have a spicy, lingering flavor with subtle notes of berry. Mixed with sea salt it can be used to make authentic spicy sauces. Smoked Serrano Salt pairs well with
Smoked Sea Salt. There are salts that are smoked the good ol’ fashioned way (with wood and smoke) and through the use of liquid smoke. You get a much truer smoked flavor (and less bitterness) if you used the real smoked salts. This salt isn’t used quite as much as the others (it’s got a really specific purpose) but when you use it, it makes an impact. Using a smoked salt in a roasted dish, will give you a nice smoky outdoorsy flavor
Aged Balsamic Salt. Revered by chefs and foodies everywhere, fusing together the rich, concentrated flavor of aged Modena balsamic vinegar with hand harvested sea salt. This is a mouthwatering balance of sweet, sharp, spicy, and salty. Try it on a salad with fennel, herbs and tomato, any dish with ricotta cheese, or on sliced pears.
Sun Ripened Tomato Sea Salt: Take your favorite crusty sourdough bread, spread with butter and top with a pinch of Tomato Fusion Salt. The rich tomato flavor is created by a special process that actually incorporates the whole tomato. This is literally tomatoes mixed with sea salt. Great for soups and sauces, topping appetizers or mixed with herbs to create an amazing spice rub.
Seasoned Salt or Seasoned Pepper from Food.com: This recipe is from a book called "Gifts from Your Kitchen Cookbook" by Marie Roberson Hamm. Though the original recipe is for seasoned salt, I substituted pepper for the salt. This made a delicious seasoned pepper good on everything from cottage cheese to steak. The seasoned pepper is perfect for those on sodium-free diets. I have not made seasoned salt. Remember, use EITHER the salt OR the pepper!