Had never heard of 'crazy' salt until today...this is going to be a handy thing to have around. Thanks Rita!
I am making this tomorrow and ALREADY know that I will love it!!! It has so many of my "go to" herbs and so many others that I am just learning to enjoy and use. Thanks for this much cheaper and tastier version of the Mrs.!!!
WOW !! This worked out real well, love all the combination of flavors. Used sweet paprika, and orange zest as the options. Used this on Whiskey-Marinated Tenderloins. Made for I recommend tag.
When my DH gave me a salt block for Christmas, ROFLMBO, I knew I'd have to do something about my salt intake. I used everything listed even adding orange zest. That tiny spoon holds 1/8 t. which is perfect for sprinkling on scrambled eggs and vegetables, both of which I've already tried. Thanks for sharing, it may be a life-saver, HIS if he gets me another salt block!
Loved this stuff! I did leave out the citrus zest, but in my opinion its great just the way it is. I've used it for Paulas Salmon and Asparagus in Foil and I know it would work for most meats, potatoes and vegetables. Loved it!
My parents discovered krazy salt when I was very young, love this recipe! Yay!
Love it! ok, I left out the dill because I hate the stuff. I used some blood orange peel that I dried so that the mix would stay dry. I rubbed some salmon with lime juice and then used the Crazy Salt generously and broiled it. WOW, this is good on salmon and I suspect that it will be just as good on everything else. Thanks Rita