Uses for edible flowers sea salt?
Yesterday I bought a 4-pack of sea salt grinders from Trader Joe's. One is an "edible flowers sea salt" grinder, and I'm drawing a blank as to what to do with it. The edible flowers in question are rose, lavender, and calendula. A friend suggested using it to perk up blander cheeses (ricotta, mozzarella). Any other suggestions? Thanks!
How about making a sauce to go with steak and then adding a little of one of the salts to change the flavour.
You could even use the salt in a plain cookie recipe, like shortbread to lightly flavour the dough.
Maybe they'd make a nice addition to season a simple salad.
I have read somewhere that you can use lavender salt anywhere you would use rosemary.
Lavender salt is also wonderful on fresh tomatoes.
Maybe these things would also suit a rose, lavender and calendula mix? It's worth a try