Herb Salt

We've recently discovered herb salts as savory, mouth-watering additions to recipes, and also as an ingenious way to prolong the life of fresh herbs. Salt preserves the herbs, and the herbs infuse the salts, making a flavor combo you can't resist. Try herb salts on meats, roasted vegetables, popcorn, garlic bread, and even in your cocktails! You'll want this new ingredient in your culinary arsenal.

herb salt


  • 3 cups loosely packed, fresh herbs
  • ½ cup coarse salt


  1. Wash and dry herbs thoroughly.
  2. Either pulse herbs and salt in a food processor (careful not to create a paste), or finely chop herbs and salt together with a knife.

Store your herb salt in a glass jar in the fridge. Shake periodically over 7 to 10 days while flavors blend. Herb salts will last about 6 months or longer in the refrigerator.

Blend ideas:

Italian blend: Basil, oregano, parsley, and salt
Summer blend: Dill, parsley, and salt
Thanksgiving blend: Sage, thyme, parsley, and salt
Salsa blend: Cilantro and salt
Bloody Mary blend: Celery leaves and salt
As you can see, the possibilities are endless!

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5 out of 5 stars Dec 17, 2020
I'm looking forward to trying this sounds delicious
violet hairr from VA

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5 out of 5 stars Jan 17, 2021
the Herbal Salts is a new , tome, BRILLIANT idea...will be one of my FIRST things to do each herb harvest day! Thank you so very much for sharing!!!
Robbin from NC

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5 out of 5 stars Sep 26, 2021
I also like to add some lemon zest with rosemary and thyme. Goes great on Pork chops and chicken.
Don from TX

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