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Maldon Sea Salt Flakes, 8.5 ounce Box
- 8.5-ounce box
- Naturally enhances the flavors of food
- Ideal for cooking or seasoning dishes
- Clean, fresh taste with no bitterness
- Made without additives
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Size: 8.5 ounce Box
Sea salt flakes.
Take a generous pinch and crush between fingers and thumb.
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Top Customer Reviews
This Maldon (aka English Sea Salt) is super chunky and crunchy. It's milder than normal salt, IMO and tastes great on just about everything. Also, "milder" doesn't mean "add more salt". I like to use this as a finishing salt to add a flavorful crunch to pan fried asparagus with black pepper and garlic, or sprinkle lightly on meats just before serving. Also is perfect for a coarse, dry herb rub for chicken.
- This salt is delicious. It's exactly what common table salt is not: it's flaky, crunchy, mildly salty and delicious. I purchased this salt to be used for seasoning (before and during cooking) and especially for after, as a finishing salt.
- Flaky, crunchy and sticks to food
- Not TOO salty tasting
- Great natural flavor
- Perfect "finishing" salt
- I wish this salt came with a free classic Fiat or maybe a few Victoria's Secret supermodels, but it arrived by itself as just salt in a box
- I wish they made Sea Pepper too
- That last one was a joke; however, the free car and supermodels was not a joke. That was very serious.
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As you can see (more photos in the picture section), the crystals are large enough to give sparkle while avoiding the classic opaque pretzel salt look. And the taste is much cleaner than pretzel salt. This salt sparkles in EVERY way!
Maldon is perfect to top breads...before baking, brush with beaten egg and sprinkle some on, adding sesame, poppy, onion, or any savory thing you like.
But it doesn't stop there.
Make your favorite cookie without salting the dough. I'm showing an almond cookie, but my fave is my lavender or rosemary cookies. Before baking, brush with egg or cream, sprinkle and bake.
I bake a LOT, and love this stuff. Feel free to comment if you like this review and want a recipe or tip.
Not that this matters but I see this salt being used on Iron Chef America frequently.
Some people claim to be able to taste the difference between salts, but as long as there are no additives, I find all sea salts taste the same. The pleasant texture and relatively reasonable cost make Maldon an excellent choice.
Regardless of whether or not you buy this salt, try tasting a standard table salt next to a sea salt. The iodine and anti-caking agents have a distinct and unpleasant bitterness. If you're not willing to get spendy on sea salt, at least find a salt with no additives, something like Diamond Crystal Kosher salt.
And for the reviewers concerned about it not melting quickly... it's not supposed to. It's a FINISHING salt. It's a complete waste to cook with it, plus it's hard to come up with equivalent measures if you were to use it when cooking in place of kosher or table salt. But sprinkled on a rib eye fresh off the grill, on a pan seared salmon filet just before you serve it, on roasted aspargus right out of the oven, or even over a fresh, crisp apple half - it's "Na" heaven! If you already use finishing salts, you know what difference they can make. And if you're not, it's an easy way to take your dishes to the next level. Bon appetite!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Oh my gosh...this salt, sprinkled on top of avocado toast with a thick slice of good summer tomato, is amazing. Read morePublished 1 day ago by A Reader
Perfect as a finishing salt, decadent on top of caramel and brownies for that sweet and salty combo and I just used it on some home made gluten free multi seed crackers and they... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Cawee Critmg
My go to salt, has a delicate crunch then melts immediately with strong salty punch. I buy this fabulous salt from the same seller in the UK as soon as I begin to get low on my... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Karen H.
Great sea salt for whatever you need salt for.
Wife loves it for cooking with.
I had read the raves, but was 'meh' when I bought this and tasted it. French grey sea salt is still the King in my finishing salt arsenal!Published 9 days ago by J.A. Henson
I use this on fresh baked bread with unsalted butter and it's slightly amazing. I've also used it on caramel with great results. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Robin