Curry Salt Recipe Is Yours For The Taking! When you go out to eat, ordering a meal entree without any sides can be dangerous. You can get a hamburger and fries with your meal at most chain restaurants, but what if you want something more?
You could order egg rolls or shrimp as an appetizer though the risk of having to leave the restaurant after eating take-out food is always there. That’s where curry salt comes in.
What Is Curry Salt Recipe?
The Curry salt recipe is sea salt, cayenne pepper, and turmeric blend. The combination adds a zesty hot, and slightly sweet taste to your food. The Curry salt recipe is perfect for tacos, rice dishes, and other Indian-inspired dishes.
How To Make Curry Salt Recipe?
The first thing you’ll need is to place your sea salt, black pepper, cayenne pepper, and turmeric in a small bowl. You can also add a little sugar if you like sweet and spicy tastes.
Prepare Time: 20 minutes
Cooking Time: 20-25 minutes
Total Time: 45 minutes
Yield: 1 cup
- 2 cups Sea Salt or kosher salt blend* [*If you’re using kosher salt, cut the recipe in half.]
- 1/3 cup Red pepper flakes, or to taste. [More if you like it spicy.]
- 1/12 tsp Sugar, optional Berries and cranberries, fresh or frozen and thawed. [These are optional and only make it better.]
Step 1. In a large stockpot or saucepan, bring 2 cups of water to a boil. Add the sea salt, cooking until the mixture turns from white to clear in color. [Save the water you used to make the salt for later.]
Step 2. Remove from heat, and add spices and sugar, stirring until combined. (Stirring will prevent clumping while you are storing your salt.)
Step 3. Add berries and cranberries and mix until combined. Let cool to room temperature.
Step 4. Store in a clean glass container and refrigerate [no need to salt more if you use this as a dip].
This recipe is enough for one meal, serving four people. You can double or triple the recipe as needed and store the extra in your refrigerator for two weeks.
The Curry salt recipe can be used on various foods [just not as much as I did]. You can start with chicken or fish and then try it in rice dishes and Spanish rice. The curry salt can be used as a dip for veggies, chips, or bread. You could even use it to season and enhance homemade popcorn.
Nutrition Fact Of Curry Salt Recipe
Nutrition Facts Per Serving (1 tablespoon)
Did you like the hidden secret to making your curry salt recipe?
Now you can make your curry salt recipe at home. You’ll have to try it to see if the flavor is authentic. You can use it on your chicken and rice and maybe even on your sandwiches for a fun twist. Now that you know how to make a curry salt recipe, you will never have to pay for it again.
You can share your curry salt recipe with your family and friends. They’ll be amazed at what you can do in the kitchen, and they will tell others about it. Now you can use your curry salt recipe as often as you like without worrying about running out or buying more.
Pour on that curry salt recipe, and enjoy! You’ll have a great time using this secret ingredient in your favorite recipes.
How much salt do I add to Curry?
About 2 Tablespoons to 1 cup of your favorite Curry.
You can adjust the amount based on how spicy you want it. If you like spicy food, add more red pepper flakes and sugar. You can use less if you don’t like it too spicy or more if you do.
How many calories are in Curry?
Each tablespoon has about 45 calories. Use about 2 Tablespoons for a large meal serving, or add a little extra for every person eating with you.
While this is not a Doctor’s recommendation, I love this. The kids and I will eat it with salads, and it brings some good flavor to the table.
Many of you have asked me over the years if I ever considered making an altered version of cayenne pepper and salt! Then my son, who is like my second son, suggested that we change the salt to curry powder instead of regular salt. I asked him to send me the mail, and I had found a winner.
I immediately made my curry salt recipe at home and loved it. I wanted to share this with everyone, and this is completely free [save the time it takes you to make it].
If you don’t have all the ingredients or prefer buying them, you can buy the flavors separately or in one package already mixed and ready for your dish.