Green, tasty wild garlic sea salt! -The flavor of spring. Wild garlic sea salt is super easy to make and can be used in all kinds of way; try for example to sprinkle it on a soft-boiled egg, on a tomato-mozzarella salad, or on grilled meat.
Spring means time to forage for wild garlic leaves and make a lot of delicious recipes with them. Wild garlic sea salt is one of my favorite ways of preserving wild garlic throughout the year. You will be able to store it for at least a year if properly stored. To make wild garlic sea salt you only need two ingredients: cleaned wild garlic leaves and sea salt. Follow the instructions below and enjoy your wild garlic all year round.
Wild Garlic Sea Salt
- 1 cup (2 dl) sea salt
- 1.5 ounces (45 grams) wild garlic leaves
- Rinse the wild garlic leaves and pat them dry using kitchen paper or a kitchen towel.
- Place the wild garlic leaves and sea salt in a blender and process until combined.
- Spread out the wild garlic and sea salt mixture in a thin layer on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper.
- Let the wild garlic sea salt dehydrate in the oven for about 3 hours at 120 degrees Fahrenheit (50 degrees Celcius). Check the salt once an hour and mix to make the salt dehydrate completely.
- Place the wild garlic sea salt in an airtight container.