Monday, May 25, 2020

Meyer Lemon Lavender Sea Salt Recipe!


Meyer Lemon Lavender Sea Salt 
in a bowl for kitchen counter


Meyer Lemon Lavender Sea Salt as a gift

Meyer Lemon Lavender Sea Salt as a gift

Meyer Lemon Lavender 
Sea Salt Label 

Meyer Lemon, Lavender Petals & Sea Salt 
Ready for use & storage
Pic. 2

Ingredients in a bowl
Pic. 1

Meyer Lemon and Lavender are in season and together they'll make a wonderful gourmet sea salt that not only will enhance flavors in sweet and savory culinary creations, it also makes a  beautiful and unique homemade culinary gift.  

The next time you are looking to expand your culinary horizons, try adding this delightful sea salt to one of your favorite dishes for a surprisingly different and delicious flavor.

In addition, a beautiful jar or a bowl of this aromatic, tart, earthy, flavorful sea salt on the kitchen counter not only inspires cooking, it also makes the kitchen more inviting. Plus, making infused sea salt is an easy process that makes great use of lavender and Meyer lemons.

So, let’s get started with the recipe!


Ingredients (makes three 4 oz. jars):
2 Cups high quality sea salt
2 Tbsp. Meyer lemons' rinds 
3 Tbsp. Organic fresh culinary lavender flower buds

Instructions:
1. In a bowl combine sea salt, Meyer lemon rinds and lavender flower buds, pic. 1 and toss them with two spatulas, pic. 2
2. Transfer the mixture into a jar or a bowl and start enjoying it in your sweet and savory culinary creations. You can also sprinkle it on vanilla gelato, which makes it totally decadent! 
4. It will keep for up to 3 months in an airtight glass container on the kitchen counter, but not directly under the sun or close to heat (stove). 

Enjoy! 


Chef Ellie Lavender
Vegan Mediterranean Personal Chef
Culinary & Wine Pairing Instructor
Lavender Design + Cuisine
 

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