Salt Blocks for Serving, Cooking and a Few Recipes

A wonderful informative article and recipes on cooking with Salt Blocks. Can’t wait to try some out 🙂

cookingwithauntjuju.com

Salt blocks and other salt mediums such as bowls and cups are a unique means of serving and preparing all kinds of recipes such as beverages, desserts, salads, grilled veggies, meat and fish. There are six techniques you can use with your salt blocks; serving, warming, curing, cooking, chilling and drinking. Mineral richness and amazing thermal properties bring wonderful depth of flavor to food and  brings presentation to new heights – the possibilities are endless! I even have a mortar and pestle to grind up my own spices when I want to impart a little salt into the mixture.

They are also useful cold for serving and make lovely vessels  for cheese, salads, mozarella and tomatoes or even sushi. I wanted to first show you the easiest way to use these salt blocks and that is for serving. Add drama and beauty to your table side presentation with these stunning, natural…

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5 thoughts on “Salt Blocks for Serving, Cooking and a Few Recipes

  1. cookingwithauntjuju.com

    Thanks so much for re-blogging my post! I have had such a good time with my salt products and learning so many new things. I’m happy to share all of this info with your blogger friends and hopefully encourage some to try something new 🙂

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    1. blondieaka Post author

      I am looking forward to using one . I already use Himalayian salt and have done for a while so this is the next step. It is a really great informative post 🙂

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