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- In a blender, combine 3 oz. kosher or sea salt with leaves from 1 bunch rosemary, chopped.
- Whiz until rosemary is fine and salt is decidedly green.
- Spread out onto a rimmed baking sheet and bake in a low oven, 225°F, until dry, about 15 minutes.
- Break up with hands, and store in covered jars out of the light.
- Sprinkle over focaccia, rub into steaks and roasts, mix a little into ground beef for patties or season a lamb stew, chops or kabobs.
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I like being able to use any fresh herb in this recipe, I did not have fresh rosemay so I substituted fresh savory. Delicious on roast chicken! I did not dry it in the oven, just let it sit on a plate on my counter a couple of days and it dried perfectly. A good salt to keep on hand for use when you don't have fresh herbs.
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