Hawaiian Alaea Sea Salt
Hawaiian Alaea Sea Salt is the traditional Hawaiian sea salt mixed with a purified volcanic red clay giving it a hypnotic crystallized red color. Hawaiian Sea Salt, like all seat salt, is non-processed and rich in trace minerals directly sourced from the seawater. Alae is an iron-oxidative Hawaiian red clay that enriches the sea salt and gives it the red hue. It’s a sacred clay that was used for cleansing and healing throughout Hawaiian culture.
Salt is a staple in nearly every recipe and on every home or restaurant table. Hawaiian natives use Hawaiian Alaea Sea Salt to preserve meat, fish, and pork. It has a lower sodium content than table salt making it a little healthier in your recipes. It’s the best salt to use with any Hawaiian inspired dish such as Hawaiian shrimp, Lau Lau pork, and pulled pork with pineapple.
Shichimi togarashi is a common Japanese spice mixture that dates back to the 17th century, in what is now current day Tokyo. This coarsely ground special seasoning blend includes dried chiles, sesame seeds, orange peel, salt, granulated nori, and ginger powder. The most potent ingredient is dried chilis, but it’s the sesame, ground ginger, and nori that make for a distinctly Japanese flavor unlike other chile based spicy herb mixtures.
Shichimi compliments many dishes. Sprinkle this spicey herb blend over just about anything whether creating Japanese cuisine or not. It flavors vegetables, steamed rice, udon or soba noodles, grilled meats, eggs, chicken, and fish. It kicks up marinades and rubs. It zests up soups, tempuras, and dressings. For a spicy umami snack, shake it over popcorn, rice cakes, fries, or crackers. Add before or after food is cooked as it works great in place of salt and pepper on your table.
2 oz / 57 gr
The combination of table salt and ground celery seed produces a fresh, grassy seasoning that can be used in addition to or instead of plain salt.
Sprinkle our celery salt onto meat and chicken alone or with other seasonings as a rub to add flavor before cooking. It adds a tantalizing fresh flavor to creamy salads like potato salad, egg salad or coleslaw and is a great alternative to plain table salt on fish, vegetables, potatoes, rice and even popcorn! Celery salt also works well in slow-cooked foods, adding a layer of flavor to soups, stews and roasted vegetables.
Madras Curry Powder is a favorite in spice pantries around the world. This unique blend showcases a signature, medley of premium spices, all coarsely ground to release their enticing aromas and bold, complex flavors. Much of the flavor comes from the turmeric (which brings in that yellow hue), cumin, fenugreek, and chili powder.
There are many different types of curries and Madras curry powder packs a little more heat than traditional curry powder. The chili powder in this blend brings the spice and a reddish hue to this powder.