Matcha Shio (Salt)

Matcha Salt tastes amazing on seafood, vegetables, eggs, chocolate and especially in Matcha salted caramel!…

 

One of my favourite things to make is a new variety of salt.  It’s so easy to do and probably has the best “effort” to “wow” ratio of anything I make.

Flavoured salts can add a twist to any dish, and the only limit you have is your imagination!

I would recommend always using a high-quality salt like Himalayan Pink Rock Salt or Celtic Sea Salt for flavour, but also I always recommend these salts over standard table salt in cooking and seasoning for health reasons.

 

 

Print Recipe
Matcha Shio (Salt) Yum
Course Seasonings
Cuisine Japanese
Servings
Batch
Ingredients
  • 3 parts High-quality salt Kosher, Celtic or Himalayan
  • 1 part Matcha powder standard or food grade is fine, save your Ceremonial Grade for a relaxing brew 😉
Course Seasonings
Cuisine Japanese
Servings
Batch
Ingredients
  • 3 parts High-quality salt Kosher, Celtic or Himalayan
  • 1 part Matcha powder standard or food grade is fine, save your Ceremonial Grade for a relaxing brew 😉
Instructions
  1. Simply mix it up!
Recipe Notes

I store most of my flavoured salts in a small salt pot in the cupboard.  However for this matcha salt I recommend storing in the fridge to keep the fresh flavour of the matcha green tea powder.

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