Hibiscus Chile-Lime Salt
Hibiscus Chile-Lime Salt is an elegant, flavorful combination of spicy chile peppers, tart Hibiscus powder, and refreshing lime that perfectly complements a wide array of foods and even drinks.
· Made with natural sea salt
· Hibiscus and ground chiles impart an attractive scarlet hue to white salt
· Citrus flavors from all-natural lime juice powder
Add to melted butter and toss with hot popcorn
Mix with extra virgin olive oil and drizzle over fresh grilled fatty fish such as salmon, mackerel, or bluefish
Use to season favorite greens or other salad
Prepare a brine for fish or a cure for gravlax
Create interesting compound butter for various uses
Ready to use as needed, no preparation necessary
Storage & handling
Store in a dry, cool place.
Salt, Hibiscus, Honey powder (Sugar, honey), Contains 2% or less of Natural flavor, Chile flakes, Paprika, Sunflower oil.
Hibiscus is a type of flowering plant native to tropical and subtropical regions throughout the world. Hibiscus plants are beloved for their large, colorful, trumpet-shaped flowers, which hold symbolic meaning in many cultures. In Hawaii, where the yellow hibiscus is the state flower, hibiscus flowers of all types are worn as leis or tucked behind an ear to indicate marital status. Hibiscus flowers also carry cultural significance in India, where they are offered to the gods in religious ceremonies.
Hibiscus flowers are also used in many societies to make a tart herbal tea, which can be served hot or cold. In Nigeria and parts of West Africa, hibiscus is enjoyed in a popular fruity beverage called zobodobo, named for the Hausa word for hibiscus. The drink is made from an infusion of hibiscus mixed with pineapple, ginger, and sometimes oranges, watermelon, or other fruit and is usually served cold.
Chile-Lime Salt is a flavorful combination of chile pepper, lime juice and sea salt. Combined with tart hibiscus, they create a bold mix of flavors to provide a uniquely spicy, tart and salty balance that is perfect for sprinkling over fresh fruit, rimming cocktail glasses, or using as a seasoning for grilled meats.
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