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August 25, 2010
3:56 PM

Post #8061855

This is the most aromatic herb you could ever want for. I have a recipe for an Italian seasoning that is on the tables in Italy as a flavor inhancer.


100 grams coarse sea salt

10 grams rosemary, fresh

5 grams sage, fresh

4 cloves peeled garlic, fresh

Put herbs into food processor, and buzz until you have a green crumble. Add the garlic, more if you wish, up to 6 cloves, and buzz until garlic is minced. remove from food processor and place mixture in a large bowl. Add the coarse sea salt, stirring well. Jar in container with a tight fitting lid, and refridgerate.

This keeps several months, if you can keep your hands off of it. It is outstanding on fresh tomatoes, on grilled veggies, on roasted meats, even on grilled bread with olive oil. You will find a million uses!


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Frederick, MD
(Zone 6b)

August 25, 2010
4:32 PM

Post #8061912

I don't know why it never occurred to me to make a "seasoned salt" with fresh herbs... and fresh garlic, too! Yum!!

Thanks for sharing!

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