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A low salt “sprinkle” for those of you cutting back on salt…

A low salt "sprinkle" for those of you cutting back on salt... Follow Me on Pinterest This seasoning is so ridiculously simple that it hardly warrants a recipe but it’s really a killer concept that you should know if you don’t already.

This is a seasoning mix designed to help you intake less salt.

First, let me say that I have never, ever in my life been concerned about salt. Eating a diet of whole foods certainly helps — it’s the beer battered fish or Wendy’s hamburgers that might as well be “salt licks.” Home cooks seldom use as much salt as food manufacturers do.

Even so, there may come a time when even home cooks need to watch it. (*sniffle*) I mentioned my high blood pressure problem, a problem which is improving with a lot of little changes like this one.

Here is a mixture of sesame seed and salt that you sprinkle on your food in place of salt and it really does add a lot of flavor to pretty much any dish and it reduces that feeling that your meal is, somehow, unsalted. The sesame seeds also bring a very nice crunch. It’s a texture I like on food. If you also like the texture and if you’re cutting back on added salt too, then this is the recipe you’ve been waiting for.

Sesame Salt Ingredients

  • 1 cup sesame seeds
  • 1 teaspoon salt

Sesame Salt Steps

A low salt "sprinkle" for those of you cutting back on salt... Follow Me on Pinterest

  1. Bring a dry skillet to heat over a medium-high flame.
  2. Add the sesame seeds and stir.
  3. Do not walk away from the seeds and stir them every 20 seconds (or constantly) until they begin to become fragrant.
  4. Remove the skillet from the heat.
  5. Pour seeds into a bowl or jar. Add salt and mix together well.