Salt is usually clear in color, but in the Sugared Spice Shoppe’s kitchen, salt comes in all different colors—including red for Sriracha-infused salts. Using all sorts of ingredients like roasted garlic, truffle mushrooms and sun-dried tomatoes, a woman from Philadelphia sells her salty seasonings on ScoutMob.com.
The descriptions are cute and clever, too; "Fall in clove all over again," it says underneath the roasted garlic salts. You can also "paint the town and/or dinner red" with the Sundried Tomato Sea Salt or take the Lemon Provencal Sea Salt consisting of thyme, rosemary, lavender and basil for "when life gives you lemons."
These coarse sea salts add an extra zing to your cooking. You can use them as a finishing salt before you serve your dish or as a cooking rub.
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