homemade rosemary sea salt
I made this Rosemary Sea Salt with rosemary from my garden as Christmas gifts this year.
I saved a jar for myself and loved it so much, it’s already gone.
So, I made some more!
I put it on everything.
Popcorn, chicken, veggies! Whatever. Any recipe that calls for salt. I use this.
I love the rosemary flavor. LOVE IT!
I keep mine in a pretty little Fiestaware jar right on the counter.
What you need:
1. Coarse Sea Salt
2. Fresh or dried rosemary
(I used dried the first time and fresh this time. They both work perfectly. The fresh rosemary makes the salt green because of the oils.) It’s awesome!
3. A food processor
I didn’t measure, I just used a handful of rosemary. It’s more of a method. 🙂 Use as much as you like. Maybe some people don’t like rosemary as much as I do.
What you do:
Put the rosemary and salt the the food processor and pulse until it’s as blended as you like.
I left some rosemary specks and I left the salt a little coarse. Cuz that’s how I like it.
Put it in jars or baggies to give as gifts. Or keep for yourself!
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