Tuesday, 23 September 2014

How to make hibiscus salt

Salt infused with dried hibiscus flowers adds a citrus note to the seasoning and an attractive pink finish to dishes.

  • 1 cup dried hibiscus flowers (available from health food shops, or online from 
  • Half a cup coarse sea salt

(The American by-volume measurements are useful here as you simply need twice as much dried hibiscus flower as you do salt. If you have no US-style measuring cups, just use 2 parts hibiscus to each one part salt. The quantities above approximate to 25g dried hibiscus flowers and 120g sea salt.)

Grind in a blender or spice grinder. Sieve the mixture if you’d like a finer texture.

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