We don’t often think about specifically pairing salt and wine. We might consider salty snacks or a salty, cured meat, but it’s worth exploring the mouthwatering due further.
A secret to Italian cooking, discover the land of Sicilian salt.
This delightful dessert is gluten free and easily vegan-izable. It has only four ingredients: coconut cream, chocolate, salt, and rum!
Bring chocolate ice cream to a new tasty height including a pinch of salt. Author of SALT: The Essential Guide to Cooking with the Most Important Ingredient in Your Kitchen, Leslie Bilderback shares this simple summer recipe and a few facts to make your salty exploration more meaningful.
The salt-rich city of Syracuse, NY is also home to the delicious salt potatoes that melt in your mouth. Give them a try!
Traditionally fried, this favorite dish is reinvented with less mess by broiling the shrimp for a crispy texture with its spicy flavor.
Combine favorite seasonal flavors in a fun new way with a spiced apple and cabbage sauerkraut. It is packed with probiotics and a great topping.
Add intrigue to your dinner party menu with the perfect skin of salt crusted potatoes flavored with garlic, herbs, and fennel.
Easily cure salmon with vodka and salt and add favorite flavors of lemon, juniper, and rosemary. Serve as a holiday appetizer on a crostini, with fennel, mustard or crème fraîche.
Salty, with crunch and slight spicy, these shrimp are so delicious and easy to eat. The are a great appetizer or part of a main meal.
Somewhere between a fudge-y brownie and a cookies lies this treat made with a smoky beer with roasted flavors to pair with slightly bitter chocolate
Sweet almond cookies are dipped in dark chocolate, topped with a touch of salt to bring out the delicious flavors and sprinkled with crunchy cacao nibs.
These soft pretzels are perfectly salty with a side of sweet honey-mustard sauce to satisfy anything you are craving.
Using only rye flour, these cookies are soft and moist inside, reminiscent of brownies without the denseness or being too sweet.
Cookies made with brown butter and pistachios to compliment the sweet, bitter chocolate with rich nuttiness. They’re buttery, sweet, salty, and wonderful.
A hint of color, a touch of creamy coconut, and a crunch of pistachios make this soup a cohesive bowl of warm goodness.
A favorite street food of Taipei, this salty chicken is so good and fun to eat that it should replace a bowl of popcorn at the movies.
Pear and ginger flatbread with a hint of cinnamon and a light touch of orange flavors. Use the gluten free bread as a vessel for a variety of flavors.
Salty, sweet, and perfectly crave-satisfying, these almonds are a perfect snack to give you a much-needed burst of energy.
Use this smoked salt and chili powder with a coriander lime dip not only for prawns, but also for chicken and squid.
These brownies are gluten-free and too good to be true and you don’t even have to turn on the oven to get your chocolate fix.
Crisp sweet potato strips can easily be pan fried or baked. Top with lime, salt, and paprika seasoning for a mouth-watering snack.
Learn the best way to twist, top, and bake soft pretzels. Get creative with your toppings.
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Salted, soft and chewy caramel sweetened with honey and coconut palm sugar.
Gourmet sea salts are all the rage, but is the flavor worth the hype?
Flavored salts are really nice to have around during the grilling season—they are perfect for rubbing on steaks or adding to fried chicken seasoning.
Preserved lemons are used in a lot of Moroccan dishes but are also wonderful with roasted veggies, meats, salads, and desserts.
Coleslaw is so much better when the cabbage isn’t completely raw.
Cuttlefish – simply, but deliciously, prepared to throw on a hot grill. A perfect summer dish.
This succulent and fragrant pork is deliciously rich and is best served in small slices.