5 Easy Ways to Use Caravel Gourmet's Cyprus Citrus Flake Sea Salt in Vegetarian Recipes

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Cyprus Citrus Flake Fried Egg. This is super-easy and so delicious. When your egg is almost ready to come out of the pan, just sprinkle it with Caravel Gourmet's Cyprus Citrus Flake Sea Salt - it’s an easy way to give your eggs instant flavor. 

Crispy Cyprus Citrus Flake Cinnamon Carrots. When roasting carrots in your oven, blend a teaspoon of Caravel Gourmet's Cyprus Citrus Flake Sea Salt with a teaspoon of cinnamon and toss to coat the carrots before roasting them in the oven for 40 minutes at 450F.

Cyprus Citrus Flake Brown or White Rice. Adding flavored sea salt to your rice when you add the rice and the water brings out amazing flavors. It’s simple - when you measure out your water and your rice, and start bringing the water to a boil, just add a teaspoon or two of Caravel Gourmet's Cyprus Citrus Flake Sea Salt to the water and stir. That’s it - your rice will be better than you can imagine.  

Cyprus Citrus Flake Avocado Toast. Next time you whip up your favorite avocado toast and sprinkle some sea salt on it, use a flavored salt like Caravel Gourmet's Cyprus Citrus Flake Sea Salt to add extra complexity and depth to the avocado.

Oven Roasted Cyprus Citrus Flake Sweet Potatoes. The sweetness of the potatoes and the savory flavor of Caravel Gourmet's Cyprus Citrus Flake Sea Salt are a perfect match.   Chop the sweet potatoes into 1” chunks and toss with olive oil.   Lay in a shallow roasting pan and bake at 425F for 35 minutes or until crispy, turning once.   Sprinkle with Caravel Gourmet's Cyprus Citrus Flake Sea Salt and serve.



DELICIOUS & DRAMATIC

Pyramid-shaped crystals are infused with lemon and turmeric for a flakey sea salt that is unparalleled in texture, taste, and bold presentation. Solar-evaporated Mediterranean sea-salt is hand-harvested and heated to form these beautiful, large crystals that give your dishes beautiful drama and crunch.


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