Total Time
2mins
Prep 2 mins
Cook 0 mins

After ordering this from www.worldspice.com & absolutely loving the flavor, I used it sparingly to preserve my stash. Then my logic kicked in. It's an easy task to make my own. Now I use it liberally especially on popcorn!

Ingredients Nutrition

  • 14 cup coarse salt (I use Kosher salt)
  • 14 dried herbes de provence (your own blend or ready made)

Directions

  1. Add salt to a coffee grinder, herb mill or small food processor.
  2. Process until the granules are of table salt size. ( Time will vary according to which type of appliance you're using. In my little Handy Chopper it takes less than 20 seconds.).
  3. Pour in the herbes de provence and process until the pieces are small enough to pass through a salt shaker. Again, time will vary.
  4. Store in a salt shaker or spice container with shaker top.
  5. Voila! You've made your own special seasoning salt.

Reviews

(4)
Most Helpful

What a fun idea. I love the flavors in herbs de provence so turning it into a salt was inspired I thought. I had to sample it so tried it on popcorn per your suggestion. A new favorite. Thanks Susie!

Susie D July 15, 2006

I love making my own seasonings!! This is great!! Thank you Susie!!

katie in the UP July 12, 2006

What a great idea! What a great aroma! I love this, Susie -- and now I have this lovely salt that is fine enough to go into a conventional salt shaker. Very cool!

Chef Kate July 12, 2006

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