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┬ámore 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.