Smoked salts are a simple, yet sophisticated way to add complex, natural flavor to almost any dish. Our Alderwood Smoke salt boasts an aromatic-tone, as it combines the best of the sea and earth. Sea salt is slow smoked over Alderwood to impart rich flavor to this pure salt. The culinary possibilities are endless- use in slow roast recipes, sprinkled on tomato soup, or crushed on grilled asparagus.
Click on the tabs above for more application and dish ideas, or to read the complete description of this premium gourmet salt.
- Almost any slow roast that calls for bacon or liquid smoke
- Grilled shrimp
- Roasted potatoes
- Creamy homemade tomato soup
- Dry rub for pork ribs
- Grilled Swordfish
- Smoked Sea Scallops [adjust this recipe to use the salt to prep the scallops rather than smoking]
- Pulled pork
- Smoked duck breast
- Grilled eggplant
- Smoked chicken pasta
Smoked salts are a simple, yet sophisticated method to add powerful, natural flavor to almost any dish. Our Alderwood Smoke salt boasts an aromatic woodsy-tone, as it combines the best of the sea and the earth in a natural smokiness that envelopes the senses. The culinary possibilities for this salt are truly endless. The red alder tree, a member of the birch family, is native to California and the Pacific Northwest, and has traditionally been used to smoke fish and meat for centuries. An all-natural sea salt is slow-smoked over a red alderwood fire to produce this exceptional seasoning. The smoking process cloaks this chocolate-brown salt with an intense, rich smokiness. Alderwood Smoke’s large coffee-colored crystals can be ground in a salt mill (remember with all unrefined salts, use a ceramic mill rather than metal), crushed with a mortar and pestle or used whole. Beyond the Shaker provides you with the largest of the coarse granule sizes to allow for experimentation in the kitchen, so don’t be afraid to break-up the smoke-infused crystals in the name of great flavor.
Toss cubed potatoes with olive oil and crushed Alderwood Smoke salt, roast in the oven, and you’ll have an effortless, elegant side dish that you won’t want to share. Season slow-cooked pork with barbeque sauce for a mouth-watering surprise. Recipes for clam chowder or potato soup may call for bacon or ham hocks to bring smokiness to the dish; save the fat and calories by skipping the meat and instead add that smokey flavor you crave by adding our Alderwood Smoke salt. If you have a favorite recipe (or one you’ve always wanted to try) that calls for liquid smoke, try Alderwood Smoke salt instead. Our salt offers robust flavor using the best, natural ingredients rather than harsh chemicals. The party thrown in your mouth, which is hosted by this great salt, will thank you immensely!
Pure unrefined sea salt naturally smoked in alderwood.