For added flair, sprinkle this refreshing citrus salad with flaky sea salt and toasted pecan halves.
This three-ingredient marinade – oil, garlic and salt – is a Brazilian classic.
Prosciutto (salt-cured Italian ham) is a nice topping for the creamy pea purée.
Fresh herbs and salt-cured ham add delicious flavour and interest to this Italian-style fish.
This classic appetizer of clams on the half shell traditionally requires tedious shucking. In this easy version, we steam the clams first, making it a cinch to remove the top shell. You'll need about two cups of coarse salt to cover the bottom of you baking sheet; it will act a a stabilizer for the round clamshells, keeping them from moving around as you fill and bake them. Feel free to use any kind of coarse salt, including inexpensive pickling salt.
A little salt and a dash of sugar cut the tang of grapefruit juice in this refreshing cocktail.
This is sheer elegance in its simplicity. You'll need about a box of coarse salt for an oyster bed.
Mashing the garlic with salt gives a smooth texture to the marinade and coats the chicken evenly.
You can use unsalted butter if you prefer; just add a pinch of salt to season the mixture.