Don't believe that the color pink is only appropriate for schoolgirl dolls. Himalayan Pink is not for the fainthearted. It packs a punch of salinity and a high mineral content. This salt, with its large granular crystals, is ideal for complex dishes where ingredients need to be seasoned often. Try it in sea bass stew, with salt-crusted vegetables or on pulled pork that has been slow-cooked for several hours.
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Don't believe for a moment that the color pink is only appropriate for schoolgirl bows and dolls. Himalayan Pink is not for the fainthearted. With its powerful salt flavor, you may consider replacing your ordinary table salt with this naturally derived alternative. You won’t regret it; Himalayan Pink salt packs a punch of salinity with a tinge of trace natural elements. The high mineral content, including a concentration of copper, magnesium and iron, lends this salt its rosy hue. Mined by hand according to long-standing tradition from ancient salt deposits in the Himalayan Mountains, the salt is then crushed, cleaned, and dried in the sun. The medium crystals, ranging from white to rose to dark pink.
Himalayan Pink is the ideal choice for complex dishes where ingredients need to be seasoned at every step. Consider using this robust salt for curing meats or as a replacement for kosher salt in brine, since we provide it to you in a very coarse form. Try Himalayan Pink as a salt crust for fish, meats or vegetables to wow your guests. The color combined with the exotic flavor will be a sure show-stopper in almost any dish.
Posted by Susan A. on November 11, 2010
I have been using this salt a lot for roasting, and just want to sing its praises. The larger grain size really lets it withstand heat for a long time and the color is just amazing on this salt. I am a huge fan, and I think this is the salt that was Oprah, so we know it is good! Enjoy.