admin, January 30, 2014
We did a post about making flavored sugar a while back (Chocolate Flavored Sugar). This time we’ll do a flavored salt. There’s an unlimited number of ways you can combine spices so just take this as a guideline. Even with commercial versions of spice rubs and flavored salts, we at pinoycookery haven’t agreed on a single one that everyone likes. It’s each to his or her own taste. You can use this for cooking – spreading on meat and fish or you can use it as you would normal salt – as a seasoning for cooked food (e.g. french fries).
*** Now for all those who don’t like high sodium / salty food, don’t worry. We will be exploring no-salt equivalents in the future.
Step 1: Place all ingredients in a bowl and mix thoroughly.
Step 2: Store in an airtight container. It may be a plastic one like the above.
Step 2-A: The better option would be to use a salt or pepper shaker. that way your flavored salt, or seasoned salt as it is also called, is always ready to use.