This is the perfect seasoning for Salads. You know the quick lunch salads that you just drizzle olive oil and balsamic vinegar on top? Just sprinkle this on top and your salad will get an entirely new twist. This salt is good just as is to sprinkle on fruit or veggies. Try it with Avocado! So many uses… And the color, oh so girly! This salt became (after just two days) a favorite! Make sure you try it too!
Salt can get extremely humid, so I used the Vanilla Salt I had made before and just mixed it with the ground dried roselle flowers. If you are using regular sea salt, make sure to follow the directions on the Vanilla Salt recipe so you can dry it out to avoid clumps.
Vanilla Salt is the least known of out seasoning suggestions, but do not think less of this versatile goodie. Salt is a magnifying glass for every dish, it enhances the flavors that are already there. As mentioned above, this salt can be used in both sweet and savory food: Salt Caramel Candies (we want to try a recipe around the Salted Caramel arena… any suggestions?), make better Buttercream Frostings (our two favorites are Roselle Buttercream Frosting and Roasted Strawberry-Balsamic Swiss Buttercream) or sprinkle a bit on Chocolate Chip Cookies before baking. Add a pinch of Vanilla Salt on Roasted Vegetables, Seafood (specially Lobster) or even vegetable soups such as Tomato Soup or Carrot Soup. You can also just replace the regular salt on any baked good.