Maldon Sea Salt Flakes are a marvelous addition to your spice cupboard.
My favorite way to use Maldon Sea Salt Flakes is on homemade steak fries. Allowing the salt chunks to shine through, these flakes stick to the fries and give you a bit of a crunch. Mom loves using them on salads, as the flakes look awesome glistening amongst the fresh vegetables.
Utilizing these flakes for seasoning is a chef’s tactile dream. Grab a handful for soups & stews or a pinch to squish between your fingers adjusting seasonings or adding a finishing salt. You’ll get finer grain & larger chunks to enjoy.
- Tip: I tend to keep a small bowl of this salt next to my stove for ease of use.
Pyramid-shaped crystals is what you get when this salt is formed, special to this brand coming out of the UK.
The smaller 240g box is a great choice for my mom; whereas, I use the 1.5 kg tub – cooking so much, you go through a lot of salt.
Although you may not use these flakes inside of your baked goods, the crystals are lovely adhered to the top of a freshly baked loaf of bread with egg wash. If you do use this salt for baking, ensure you fully dissolve it in the liquid portion of your recipes.
These salt flakes taste beautiful with minimal impurities & no additives, and looks gorgeous on the plate too.
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