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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4.5

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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4.5

This variation of a classic negroni is made with Boodles, a London Dry Gin that embodies British character - never showy, and very proper. It is distilled from English wheat, infused wiht botanicals (sage, rosemary and nutmeg), distilled in a rare Carter Head still in Cheshire, bottled in Essex and packaged in Scottish glass with labels made in Wales. 
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4

Lemon, lime, and orange zest add bright, fresh flavor to gourmet sea salt. A great addition to any seafood dish from grilled fish to shrimp stir-fry, and perfect for rimming margarita glasses, too.
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4

salted caramel whoppiw pies
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A flavorful twist on a classic makes these Salted Caramel Whoopie Pies a must for your dessert spread. Hood Sour Cream in the frosting and the cake make for a sweet flavor with a little zip. Don’t be surprised when everyone reaches for seconds!  For more delicious seasonal recipes visit Hood.comSalted Caramel Whoopie Pies from Hood are our new favorite thing.Salted Caramel perfection. Recipe courtesy of Hood.
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4

Salted Key Lime Pie
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Key lime pie is a classic Floridian dessert, made with fresh key limes, which are smaller and more flavorful than standard limes. Use a store-bought or homemade graham cracker crust. Recipe courtesy of The Dutch Miami pastry chef Joshua Gripper.
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4

blondie
Using Greek yogurt as a healthy staple ingredient, you can substitute sour cream, whipped cream, and mayonnaise for a delicious and flavorful recipe. 
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4

biscuits
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Even the pickiest eaters know that a holiday plate is incomplete without a buttery biscuit. Hood Sour Cream mixed into the dough makes these Salt and Pepper Biscuits a soft and delicious compliment to any meal! For more delicious seasonal recipes visit Hood.com.
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4

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.Click here to see more of our best caramel recipes.
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4

Salt Cod Basque-Style
Incredibly special and served every holiday season, Bacalao a la Vizcaina is a traditional Mexican cod dish that is served with tomatoes, olives, chiles, and a sliced baguette. No Mexican holiday table would be complete without this dish. Recipe courtesy of Rosewood at San Miguel de Allende.
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Salt potatoes are the kind of simple yet delicious side that make weeknight cooking worth it... not that you should only enjoy them on weeknights! If you've never had this central New York favorite, it's worth adding to your repertoire and making frequently. These are typically served in the summer when the young potatoes are first harvested, but can be served (though less authentically) year-round. Click here to see Make Dinner More Interesting — 8 Great Side Dish Recipes.
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3.25

Salted Honey Pie
In anticipation of making the pie, please make the crust first, crimp and freeze so that the crust is fully ready to be used according to the first step of the recipe. 
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2.75