Ever since I received this glass salt jar, I had to make my own Seasoned Salt Recipe. I ended up making Citrus Herb Seasoned Sea Salt, and it’s SO good!
Seasoned Salt Recipe – Citrus Herb Sea Salt
I had been planning to make my own seasoned salt recipe for a long time. I even bought the salt a few months ago and knew that I wanted to incorporate lemon and lime zest and a few herbs.
When my new salt jar was included in the box of goodies I received from California Avocados…. (remember I made that amazing shrimp salad?)…. that was the extra push I needed.
Citrus Herb Seasoned Salt Supplies
- Sea Salt – Real Salt and Jacobsons Sea Salt are my favorites
- Lemons and limes
- Herbs – I used rosemary and thyme. But you can add whatever you like cooking with.
- Salt Jar – you don’t HAVE to have one, but it sure makes it more fun!
How to Make Citrus Herb Seasoned Salt
- I gathered a few herbs from my yard and herb garden and set them out to dry. I have found it works best to take the herbs off the stem and just set them out over night. I tried drying them in a warm oven that had been turned off, which worked great for the lemon and lime zest, but the herbs just turned grey.
- After they were dry, I used my magic bullet to chop up my herbs, but it didn’t really do much, so I’d just rub them between your hands to break them up a bit.
- I added my herb mix to my dry lemon and lime zest.
- Add your herb citrus mix to the salt and stir.
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- 16 oz Sea Salt
- Zest from 2 Lemons - Washed
- Zest from one Lime - Washed
- Variety of fresh herbs - your choice
- Strip the herbs off the stems and set out to dry overnight or a few hours. Laying them on a cookie sheet in the sun works well.
- Using a zester, zest 2 lemons and one lime. Set the zest out to dry. I have used a warm oven that's been turned off to dry them.
- Place the salt, dried herbs and dried zest in a medium sized bowl. Stir.
- Keep your Citrus Herb Seasoned Salt in a salt jar or shaker.
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