Learn how to make delicious rosemary salt to add a pop of flavor to a large variety of dishes for the perfect finishing touch.
💚 Why You Will Love This Recipe
- Rosemary salt is fun and easy to make.
- This salt is super flavorful and has a very pleasing aromatic scent.
- You can choose to make this salt with a super fine powder-like texture or a coarser texture.
- This is a great condiment to have on hand in your pantry as a culinary salt for finishing dishes as well as an excellent DIY gift to give to others.
- You can sprinkle rosemary salt on a large variety of both savory and sweet dishes.
- Naturally vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free, nut-free, soy-free, and sugar-free.
🗒️ Ingredient Notes
Fresh rosemary: Fresh rosemary produces the most flavorful rosemary salt, as well as adds a beautiful green color. Having said that, you can make rosemary salt with dried rosemary instead without any further changes needed to the process. When using dried rosemary, use 2 tablespoons per 1 cup of salt.
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Sea salt: A nice sea salt free of any additives will produce the best rosemary salt. Coarse sea salt not only produces the best flavor in my opinion but also gives you more control on how coarse you would like thee finished salt to be.
🥣 How to Make Rosemary Salt
- Add all ingredients to a blender or food processor.
- Blend until the desired coarseness.
- Spread on a baking sheet and bake to cure the salt.
- Sift the salt using a mesh strainer before storing and using it.
🌿 How to Use Rosemary Salt
- Sprinkle rosemary salt on focaccia or other bread doughs before baking.
- Use as a finishing touch for avocado toast.
- Use as a finishing salt for roasted potatoes or french fries.
- Roast vegetables, then top off with a pinch of rosemary salt.
- Sprinkle over fresh tomatoes.
- Use it in olive oil for a great bread dipper.
- Store in cute glass jars and give as gifts.
This bottle is great for both storing and gifting rosemary salt!
❓ Frequently Asked Questions
Yes. You can blend nearly any fresh, flavorful herb with sea salt for a wonderful seasoning salt.
Yes. You can make rosemary salt with a mortar and pestle, or simply place the ingredients in a ziploc bag and then use a hammer to bash the rosemary into the salt before moving on to the next steps.
Store rosemary salt in an airtight container such as a Mason jar in a dark, cool place for up to one year.
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- 1 cup coarse sea salt
- 4 sprigs fresh rosemary leaves removed from stems and stems discarded
- Preheat the oven to 200°F.
- In a blender or food processor, blend the rosemary and salt until the rosemary has tinted the salt green. You can pulse for a coarser salt or blend on high for a fine salt.
- Spread the salt in an even layer on a parchment-lined baking sheet and bake for 25 minutes to cure the salt.
- Remove the salt from the oven and let cool before storing and enjoying! If you want a super smooth, fine salt, sift the salt before funneling into a bottle or jar for storage.
- This salt will keep for at least a year but the flavor is strongest with the first 3 months.
This rosemary salt looks so simple and flavorful! Will be great used for some grilled fish.
This is fantastic and really easy to make! Thank you so much!
Kristen Wood says
Oh how fun! I love how easily the rosemary salt comes together and that addition of flavor. Definitely perfect for giving as homemade gifts.
I love flavored salts in general and this one was totally delicious!! I used it as a topping for avocado toast just like you suggested and it was great!
Janie | Naughty Kitchen says
I loved this flavored salt! Rosemary salt was a great touch to use on my grilled veggies!