An Organic Salt - spice up your meals
Lemon & Rosemary Herbal Salt
A quick and easy way to spice up any dish that requires a touch of salt.
This is adds a nice fresh taste with a bit of zest to your homre cooking.
Zest of a lemon
5 to 10ml of fresh Rosemary
10ml of non-iodated Sea salt Course if you prefer.
How to hang it together
Wash and finely chop the fresh rosemary and place in a mortar or onto a cutting board. Add the sea non-iodated sea salt to the mortar or cutting board.
Wash and dry the skin of the lemon, then using a very fine grater, grate the zest into the mortar or onto a board, then crush or chop the non-iodated sea salt, zest and the herbs together. Pound or chop the mixture until it is a fine.
Use at when still moist for a fresh crisp taste with any dish.
Or leave for a few days to dry. Keep in airtight containers.
Sprinkle over the salads, vegetables, pastas or rice.
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