Top Rated Salt Recipes

Salt-and-Pepper Rib-Eye
A well-marbled rib-eye is so rich and flavorful on its own that it requires nothing more than salt, pepper, and fire. Build a two-zone fire so you can sear it over hot embers then finish cooking slowly over medium-low heat to develop a crispy, crunchy steakhouse crust and a juicy interior. If you're working with a boneless rib-eye, lessen the cooking time by a few minutes.Click here to see 7 Simple Grilling Recipes for Father's Day.
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Marinated Salted Anchovies
Available at good Italian delis, salted anchovies are a great alternative to fresh ones. Click here to see A Regional Italian Cookbook for Obsessed Home Cooks.
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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.Click here to see more of our best caramel recipes.
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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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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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Salted Caramel Crescent Doughnuts
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Doughnuts made with crescent dough are light, flaky and incredibly tasty! Consider this Pillsbury’s DIY version of the “Cronut.” Click here for more Pillsbury Crescent Roll Recipes.
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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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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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G.H. Cretors
You know what's better than crunchy, sweet, and salty caramel corn? Chocolate-covered caramel corn. This sweet treat is perfect for a fair-themed party of any ol' day... like National Popcorn Day!This recipe is courtesy of G.H. Cretors.
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We make this pie every day of the week. Every single day. It's popular and approachable because it's made with seasonal, local apples and salted caramel — which are both delicious in their own right. However, by design it is neither heavy on the caramel nor heavy on the sea salt; they are supporting actors to the tangy apples and the buttery, thick crust. This is simply a really good apple pie — the kind of apple pie you could eat every day. Use a blend of sweet apples and tart apples — an easy combination is Granny Smith with Golden Delicious; however, if you are sourcing from your local orchard, ask them to recommend a sweet softer apple and a tart firmer apple.
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Beef stew
If you want the same great flavor with less sodium, make your next beef stew recipe with Salt for Life. It delivers 75 percent less sodium than traditional table salt with the same great taste. 
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