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Adventures in full fat, low carb and real food.

Porcini Salt

If you’ve ever searched for porcini salt then you’ve probably been horrified by the price but this nifty little flavour packed ingredient is easy to make yourself.

I don’t use the most expensive ingredients. You can if you want. Most supermarkets sell cheaper or more expensive dried porcini, and you can obviously find better and worse salts these days. Go with your budget.

For this you can use a coffee grinder, a bullet-like device or, if you’re a glutton for punishment and have a day to spare, you could use a mortar and pestle.

I use this in omelettes, eggs muffins, sprinkle it on steak, on roasts, and with fried vegetables.

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Porcini Salt
Course Ingredients
Prep Time 3 minutes
Servings
Course Ingredients
Prep Time 3 minutes
Servings
Instructions
  1. Put salt and porcini into a grinding device.
  2. Grind to a powder
  3. Store in a pretty jar if you like, otherwise any random one you have around will do. Just needs to be air tight, so an old spice jar is perfect. Stores for months, but I've never kept a jar of this for months... it gets used up too quickly!
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