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Sel de Fleur de Feu - Salt

SPICY - INGREDIENTS:  Black Pepper, Cayenne, Chili Powder, Garlic, Onion, Oregano, Paprika, Parsley, Red Pepper Flakes, Sage, Sea Salt


Fire Flower Seasoning Salt



Discover the captivating allure of "Sel de Fleur du Feu," or "Fire Flower Salt," a premium seasoning blend that embodies the thrill of flavor exploration. This unique concoction seamlessly marries the robust zest of fiery spices like cayenne, chili, and red pepper with the delicate undertones of aromatic herbs such as sage, oregano, and parsley. Each grain of sea salt serves as a canvas, bringing these vibrant ingredients together in a harmonious fusion that enhances any dish.


"Sel de Fleur du Feu" isn't just a seasoning; it's an adventure in taste, offering a burst of flavor that's as exciting as its name suggests. Ideal for transforming grilled meats, elevating roasted vegetables, or adding a gourmet touch to homemade fries, this "Fire Flower Salt" is a must-try for anyone looking to inject some culinary excitement into their cooking.


Embrace the boldness of "Sel de Fleur du Feu" and let it inspire your kitchen creations!


When to use . . . 


1. Roasted Vegetables: Sprinkle the seasoning salt over vegetables like potatoes, carrots, broccoli, or Brussels sprouts before roasting them in the oven. It will enhance the natural flavors and add a nice savory note.

2. Grilled Meats: Use the seasoning salt as a dry rub for chicken, beef, pork, or lamb before grilling. It will help form a delicious crust and infuse the meat with aromatic spices.

3. Popcorn: Toss freshly popped popcorn with a bit of melted butter and a sprinkle of this seasoning salt for an elevated snack.

4. Eggs: Whether scrambled, fried, or in an omelet, a dash of this seasoning salt can transform your eggs into a flavorful meal.

5. Soups and Stews: Add a teaspoon or two to your soups and stews to deepen the flavor base. It works especially well in vegetable soups, beef stew, or chili.

6. Fish: Lightly coat fish fillets with olive oil and sprinkle the seasoning salt before baking or grilling for a simple, yet flavorful dish.

7. Salad Dressings: Incorporate a small amount into vinaigrettes or creamy dressings to add an extra layer of flavor to your salads.

8. Bread: Mix into dough for breads, or sprinkle on top of homemade biscuits before baking to add a savory touch.

9. Fries: Toss French fries, sweet potato fries, or even homemade potato chips with the seasoning salt right after frying for a delicious finish.

10. Rice Dishes: Sprinkle some seasoning salt into your rice cooker before starting it to infuse the rice with these aromatic herbs and spices, great for serving with grilled meats or vegetables


Crispy French Fries with Peanut Oil and "Sel de Fleur de Feu"
* Russet potatoes, peeled and cut into sticks: 2 pounds
* Peanut oil: sufficient for deep frying
* "Sel de Fleur de Feu": 2 teaspoons
* Fresh parsley, finely chopped (optional, for garnish): 2 tablespoons
1. Prepare Potatoes: Soak the cut potatoes in cold water for at least 30 minutes to remove excess starch, then drain and dry thoroughly.
2. Heat Oil: Heat the peanut oil in a deep fryer or large pot to 375°F (190°C).
3. Fry Potatoes: Fry the potatoes in batches. First, fry each batch for about 3 minutes, remove and drain (they should be pale), then let them rest for a few minutes. Fry again for another 3-4 minutes or until golden and crisp.
4. Season: Toss the hot fries with "Sel de Fleur de Feu" immediately after the second fry.
5. Serve: Serve the fries hot, garnished with fresh parsley if desired



We grind all of them together and package them just before shipping to ensure you get the freshest blend we can create.


    INGREDIENTS: Black Pepper, Cayenne, Chili Powder, Garlic, Onion, Oregano, Paprika, Parsley, Red Pepper Flakes, Sage, Sea Salt


    Unfortunately, we can't accept returns, however, if you are unhappy with your spices, we want to know.


    We ship 5 days a week - your order will be processed next in line.

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