Rosemary Salt

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Rosemary sea salt

Two ingredients (rosemary & sea salt), hundreds of uses!
Keep a jar of this rosemary salt close as you cook. You can add it to something simple like fried eggs and you have a treat. Any vegetable, instead of just salt, add a little savory zip. Bake a loaf of bread, do an egg wash on the top and sprinkle this for added flavor and rustic beauty. Fried potatoes become an Italian treat. Give as a hostess gift, etc. So many options!

Rosemary Sea Salt

2 Parts Dried Rosemary Spice
1 Parts Extra Coarse Sea Salt
Cooking Directions
Measure and Mix... same measurements, 2 tsp spice to 1 tsp salt OR 1 Cup spice to 1/2 Cup Sea Salt
Store room temperature in a sealed jar.
I usually make up a batch this size (1 Cup Rosemary and 2/3 cup Sea Salt) every 2-3 months. Any longer and the flavor of the rosemary will not be as strong.

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