Citrus salt

A few months ago I wrote a review of Sourced Grocer for On the Menu. It’s a gorgeous little cafe/grocer that opened recently in New Farm.  The food is fabulous and I already have a favourite – smashed avocado on sourdough toast with labne. It’s absolutely delicious. The only thing that could make it any better, would be a little sprinkle of citrus salt. When my sister saw I was making the salt she suggested the match and I couldn’t agree more.

Citrus salt

Apart from dusted over avocado toast this salt would brighten up a plain piece of seafood or fish, add a zing to a risotto or give a bowl of steamed veges a little some thing special. It also makes a great gift and I assume it keeps for a while considering salt is used to preserve food. Its so quick to make there’s no excuse not to try it out.

Orange and lemon

Start by spreading the zest on a plate and leaving it for an hour or two to dry out.

A whole lot of salt

Pour all the salt into a large bowl.

Combined

Add the citrus zests to the salt.

Citrus salt

Stir it all together.

Bagging it up

Package it up.

Citrus salt

Enjoy!

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Citrus salt

 

Citrus salt

Citrus salt

Yield: 3 cups

Recipe from Steamy Kitchen

Ingredients

  • 750g sea salt flakes - I used Maldon sea salt
  • zest of one lemon
  • zest of one lime

Instructions

  1. Lay the zest out and set it aside to dry out for a few hours.
  2. Pour the salt into a large bowl and stir through the salt.
  3. Package the salt into jars or bags.

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