5 Easy Ways to Use Caravel Gourmet's Rosemary Sea Salt in Vegetarian Recipes

Posted by Nelson Marroquin on

The combination of sea salt with rosemary creates an amazing flavorful experience!

Rosemary Roasted Potatoes.   After you’ve cut your potatoes into 1” cubes, toss them in oil and sprinkle with Caravel Gourmet’s Rosemary Sea Salt before roasting them at 350F for 45 minutes.  

Rosemary Kidney Beans.   Want a quick, easy meal in no time? Grab a can of kidney beans, stir in a teaspoon of Caravel Gourmet’s Rosemary Sea Salt and some paprika, and heat in the microwave until hot - and you’ve got a protein-packed, nutritious, delicious meal.
Roasted Rosemary Cauliflower.   The great thing about cauliflower is that it absorbs so much of the flavors you give it, and this salt is no exception.   After cutting the cauliflower into ½”-thick pieces, toss them gently in olive oil, sprinkle both sides of each piece with Caravel Gourmet’s Rosemary Sea Salt, and bake them at 375F for 30 to 35 minutes, turning once.  
Sauteed Rosemary Spinach.   An easy, no-calorie way to add flavor to nutrient-packed spinach is to sprinkle it with a bit of Caravel Gourmet’s Rosemary Sea Salt Salt while it’s sauteeing in the pan.   Season it to taste, and you can add so much flavor!
Asparagus with Rosemary & Butter.   Prep the asparagus by trimming off the thick ends and rinsing in cold water.   In an iron skillet (or the heaviest one you have with a lid), heat the butter till it starts to bubble, then add the asparagus, and shake the pan to coat it in the butter.   Cover the pan and cook on medium for 3 minutes, checking to make sure it’s not burning. Uncover and cook a few more minutes until the asparagus is bright green, then add Caravel Gourmet’s Rosemary Sea Salt to taste.  

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Excellent for seasoning Italian dishes, salads, pasta, fish, and roasted potatoes. If you like to add layers of Italian and Mediterranean flavor to your foods, you're going to love this infused flavored salt.


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