Let’s Face It I’m A Weirdo.

Who makes their own garlic salt?? Well it appears that I do. And if you want too here is how.

1 tlbs minced garlic
2 cups kosher salt (that is the real reason to do this kosher salt tastes much better).

Using a mortal and pestal grind garlic to a paste, it helps to add a little salt to the mix as you grind. In a clean bowl add paste to the rest of the salt and using fork stir to mix well. Place mixture on a baking sheet and bake at 200 until the salt is dry. Store in an airtight container

One response to “Let’s Face It I’m A Weirdo.”

  1. I figured out how to make this not so weird:

    Substitute roasted garlic for regular garlic. Because, you can’t buy roasted garlic kosher salt in a store.

    To make roasted garlic:
    Cut the top off of a head of garlic. Sprinkle with salt and pepper wrap loosely in aluminum foil and drizzle with olive oil. Bake at 350 until golden brown and delicious