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Old 05-17-2010, 05:14 PM   #1
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Hey guys just wanted to share a real simple recipe for citrus salt

1 cup kosher salt
1 tbls each lemon,lime and orange zest
1 tbls dry thyme

pop it all in a spice grinder and pulse till fine..this works great on all summer grilled veggies,fish and chicken
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Have to give it a try..Interesting Idea...Thanks for sharing

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Is the citrus zest dried before you make this or do you just use fresh zest?

I love citrus in seasonings and have an orange and a lemon tree in back yard so always trying to find ways to put them to use.
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I use it fresh..I keep the extra in the freezer stays good for 6 months or so I guess..I always use it up quick.
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probably fresh.... the salt is going to pull the moisture out anyway, but the essential oils from the zest are more pronounced and bright when fresh. make sure you dont over pulse or you will be left with popcorn salt. Also works well with homemade smoked sea salt.
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Sounds great. Next chicken I do will have this as the seasoning...I'm out of Yardbird and DP at the moment.
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