5 Easy Ways to Use Caravel Gourmet's Lemon Pepper Sea Salt in Vegan Recipes

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for a flavor that punches up your favorite foods!

Lemon Pepper Hummus.   When making hummus from scratch, use Caravel Gourmet's   Lemon Pepper Sea Salt for the salt normally used to season the hummus.   The result is a savory treat with a slight, brief kick of Lemon Pepper.  

Cucumber Lemon Pepper Salad.   Give this one a bit of time and it will reward you.   Chill your cucumbers first, then skin them and slice them into ⅛” discs.   Lightly salt them with Caravel Gourmet's Lemon Pepper Sea Salt, and toss.   Let them sit covered in the refrigerator for 30 minutes, then drain and toss with rice or white vinegar for a tasty, refreshing treat!
Flash Fried Lemon Pepper Green Beans.   Keep the beans crispy and get all of the flavor, too, by quickly flash frying them.   Toss the beans with olive oil and Caravel Gourmet's Lemon Pepper Sea Salt, put a bit of olive oil in the pan, then quickly heat the beans in the pan till they turn bright green.
Lemon Pepper Kidney Beans.   Want a quick, easy meal in no time? Grab a can of kidney beans, stir in a teaspoon of Caravel Gourmet's   Lemon Pepper Sea Salt and some paprika, and heat in the microwave until hot - and you’ve got a protein-packed, nutritious, delicious meal.  
Crispy Lemon Pepper Brussels Sprouts.   Using a hot oven and a short cooking time makes Brussels Sprouts deliciously crispy.   Cut the sprouts in half and toss in olive oil and Caravel Gourmet's Lemon Pepper Sea Salt, then arrange in one level on a baking sheet.   Roast for 10 minutes, then shake the sheet to make sure everything’s getting roasted.   Roast for 5-10 more minutes - once they seem like they’re getting nice and brown and crispy - and serve right away.  

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 Lemon rind and peppercorns are carefully ground and blended with all-natural sea salt for a flavor that punches up your favorite foods. Try it on fish, chicken, lamb, pork, and on salads for an extra tasty treat.


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