Thursday, April 25, 2013

Make Your Own Gourmet Citrus Salt & Sugar


Fancy salts and sugars are all the rage in culinary circles. Use lemon, lime and orange to bring a bright flavor to sea salt. Make some for yourself as well as for your favorite foodie friends. Malia from Yesterday on Tuesday teaches you how to make this simple recipe with big impact. If you're feeling really adventurous, follow the same technique to make citrus sugar to brighten iced tea or sprinkle on fresh baked muffins.

Supplies

  • Salt 
  • Lemon (preferably organic)
  • Orange (preferably organic)
  • Lime (preferably organic)
  • Olive oil
  • Veggie peeler
  • Glass jar for storage or giving

Directions

Find the directions at Yesterday on Tuesday: Make Your Own Spring Citrus Salt


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2 comments:

  1. I am so thrilled to be featured at Creative Green Living! I heart this blog so much. Thank you Carissa! you made my night! xo

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    1. You're too sweet. I've loved YOUR blog for a long time. You always have great projects! If you ever do any recipes or projects that fit with the Creative Green Living theme please submit them to me. I love featuring you.

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