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We are always trying to find new ways to use our abundant supply of Basil, and came across a blog on how to make Basil Salt. We gave it a try, and needless to say, this will be a new staple in many of our kitchens.
We made a small test batch with the trimmings of three Genovese Basil plants, and 1/4 cup of salt.
First blend your basil and fine as possible, then incorporate the salt. Once everything is an even size, spread it out onto a baking sheet and cook at 220 for 30 minutes, or until completely dry. You can also use a dehumidifier or let air dry for over 24 hours. When your salt mixture is completely dry, you may blend or use a mortar to break up the clumps.
View the original blog post here for more additional information!
We sell several varieties of Basil in our Seed Pod Kits, Genovese Basil is by far the most popular. Would you try this recipe?
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