Herbs & Spices Salt, Hawaiian Red Coarse Table

Salt, Hawaiian Red Coarse Table

Salt, Hawaiian Red Coarse Table
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SKU 386-1
Weight 0.04 lbs
 
$1.65
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The deep pink color comes from the addition of Alaea clay during the harvesting process. This salt is composed of over 80 minerals and historically has been used for ceremonial purposes such as blessing and purifying sea-going boats. It is a non-processed product and is also used to preserve food. This spectacular salt is sometimes referred to as Hawaiian Sea Salt, Hawaiian Red Salt or Alaea Salt.

This salt adds depth to dishes because of its earthiness. It is particularly tasty when used as a rub on prime rib roasts. Use it as a garnish on dips and potatoes. Mix it in with herbs and use as a roasting salt and it seals in the natural moisture of the meat. This Gourmet salt is great on red meats, fish and sprinkled on salads. The clay mellows the sharpness of the salt and creates a great presentation with its wonderful color. There is no aftertaste and it gives a gentle tingle.

 

For dishes that dried bell peppers will be soaking in such as beans, omelets, wraps and stir fries you can just add them into the dish towards the end of the cooking process (typically about 15-20 minutes).

Helpful hints: when you need to rehydrate them just soak one part pepper in two parts cold water for about an hour and then simply drain off excess liquid and add to the dish. In any recipe that calls for fresh bell peppers you can substitute dehydrated bell peppers for fresh peppers by using about 1 tablespoon dried sweet pepper for about 3 tablespoons chopped bell peppers.


  

  Dehydrated or dried bell peppers are best to use in dips, marinades, sauces, soups, salads, stews and stir fries. They also give a meatier texture than do fresh bell peppers.  Dehydrated or dried bell peppers are best to use in dips, marinades, sauces, soups, salads, stews and stir fries. They also give a meatier texture than do fresh bell peppers.  For dishes that dried bell peppers will be soaking in such as beans, omelets, wraps and stir fries you can just add them into the dish towards the end of the cooking process (typically about 15-20 minutes).

Helpful hints: when you need to rehydrate them just soak one part pepper in two parts cold water for about an hour and then simply drain off excess liquid and add to the dish. In any recipe that calls for fresh bell peppers you can substitute dehydrated bell peppers for fresh peppers by using about 1 tablespoon dried sweet pepper for about 3 tablespoons chopped bell peppers.


 

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