Top Rated Salt Recipes

Roasted Beets
Salt-roasting is a fun and different way to cook any vegetable or fish. The salt traps in the moisture and steams the ingredient, while also permeating the outside layer providing an incredibly deep-layered flavor. Use these roasted beets anyway you would normal roasted beets. Try them in this Organic Beet Salad With Oranges and Beet Greens, segmented oranges and herbs, or slice thin for a Salted Beet Carpaccio. Check out all of our best beet recipes here!
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Salted Caramel Filled Cookies
Salted caramel and chocolate is a trendy pairing in desserts and confections. You'll see what the fuss is all about when you bite into one of these decadent cookies.Recipe courtesy of McCormick
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This smooth custard can be used as the base for any ice cream flavor under the sun. With just six ingredients this recipe is easy to perfect and it's one you can count on any time you're craving a smooth, rich bowl of ice cream. Recipe courtesy of Salt & Straw.
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Herb Salt
Add an Italian flavor to your cooking with this herb-infused Tuscan salt.This recipe is courtesy of Splendid Table.
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Salted Caramel Dipped Grapes
Add a sticky, sweet taste to any regular 'ol grape. Don't forget to sprinkle with sea salt, too. Courtesy of McCormick
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Salted Caramel Chocolate Pie recipe - The Daily Meal
Make this decadent pie and invite friends over for dessert and coffee. Everyone will take a look at it and ask for a small piece to start, but we bet they'll soon be asking for a second sliver—this one is just too good to practice self-control.This recipe is by chef Adrien Aeschliman and was originally published in The Baltimore Sun.
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Grilled Corn With Lime Salt
Mexican street corn, a.k.a. elotes, is something that everyone should try at least once in their life. This easy riff on the classic street food has just five ingredients and a zesty lime salt that is beyond delicious.This recipe is courtesy of Morton Salt.
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Chewy Salted Vanilla Caramels
These soft and creamy caramels are rich and buttery. They're not hard to make, but you do need a candy thermometer; if the caramels aren't cooked to the correct temperature, they won't be chewy. Once you learn to make them, experiment by adding spices or other flavors to the molten caramel like cinnamon, cayenne, or bourbon.
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Fried Salt Cod with “Vigliacca” Sauce
A spicy tomato sauce perfectly complements fried salt cod. Salt cod is dried fish, preserved using salt. It’s an acquired taste so if you like a more mellow fish, try substituting with Chilean sea bass. Recipe courtesy of Chef Alessandro Gargani.
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Salt Roasted Potatoes
If you love potaotes try roasting them on a salt bed!
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Salt Crusted Beets
These salt crusted beets are the perfect addition to all your salads this season.  
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Black Pepper and Sea Salt Salmon
Growing up, seafood was best made with as little as possible. The importance was always to taste the fish itself, rather than the sauce you drowned it in. I still abide by this philosophy in my kitchen, extending it from seafood to meat to produce. This recipe uses simple ingredients to enhance the natural flavors of the fish and packs in a lot of kick from the pepper. (I served it with a cold pasta salad, made with rotini pasta, a little bit of olive oil, crumbled feta cheese, and cannellini beans.)  Click here to see 8 Great Salmon Recipes.
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