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4 Delicious Ways to Use the New Real Salt Organic Seasonings

By Shawn Wilson

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Have you heard the good news? We just added four tasty new seasonings to the Real Salt Organic Seasoning line! We’re excited for you to try these small-batch, limited-run seasonings so you can let us know what you think before we release more. Here are the new members of the Real Salt Seasoning family:

  • Taco: Through a unique blend of organic spices, dehydrated lime, and unrefined Redmond Real Salt, this clean take on taco seasoning makes a flavorful, healthy addition to all of your Mexican-inspired faves.
  • Chili Lime: Inspired by the bold, zesty flavors of Mexican cuisine, Redmond Real Salt Chili Lime Seasoning is a great way to add a spicy kick to meats, marinades, dips, sauces, fresh-cut fruit, chips, popcorn, and even ice cream.
  • Wasatch Steak: Developed from scratch in our Real Salt chef’s home kitchen, this one-of-a-kind steak seasoning contains a blend of organic spices, grass-fed powdered butter, and unrefined Redmond Real Salt that delivers full-bodied flavor to meat, veggies, and even snacks.
  • Red Rock BBQ: Through a carefully sourced combo of organic spices and unrefined Redmond Real Salt, this sugar-free, better-for-you barbecue blend delivers a robust flavor that will convert even the most selective ‘cue connoisseur.

We know many of you are eager to give these tasty new seasonings a try, and you’re also looking for creative ways to use them. Here are four delicious recipes straight from Chef Shawn’s kitchen. We hope you enjoy!

Taco Seasoning

Three Cheese Queso Dip

Three Cheese Queso Dip

Chili Lime Seasoning

Chili Lime Chicken Hamburger

Chili Lime Chicken Burger

Wasatch Steak Seasoning

Baked Cauliflower

Baked Cauliflower "Steaks" with Lemon Yogurt Sauce

Red Rock BBQ Seasoning

Buttermilk BBQ Chicken Tenders

Buttermilk BBQ Chicken Tenders



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