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No. 199 - Chili Lime Margarita Salt

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This is a delicious Chili salt with a Lime twist; it's used across Asia on fresh Mango and Pineapples and gives your taste buds a special treat.

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This is a delicious Chili salt with a Lime twist; it's used across Asia on fresh Mango and Pineapples and gives your taste buds a special treat. Taste the Lime, saltiness and chili heat all in one go, it's a typical dish of the region and is truly magical when used on fresh Pineapple or Mango. Once you've tried it you'll want more. The Chili Lime salt is also great on many savory foods from Chicken and Pork to Seafood as well as the fresh fruit. With the BBQ season just around the corner this salt will make your BBQ, or use it as a starter, at a party, or on the beach. Rim your Margarita Glass with this salt for a Blast of flavor.. it is one of the best we have tasted. The Spice Lab has received three 2012 Hot Pepper Awards with Chili Lime Margarita Salt winning Dry Spice Overall and 1st Place, Unique and the company’s Ghost Pepper Sea Salt taking 3rd Place, Unique in the dry spice category. The Hot Pepper Awards had over 850 entries in 2012. Sponsored by Dish Catering and Events of New York City, this prestigious competition spotlights products in the spicy foods industry and includes categories for hot sauces, barbecue sauces, wing sauces, salsas, dry spices (and rubs), unique condiments and more.. The Hot Pepper Awards (www.thehotpepperawards.com) is hosted by The Hot Pepper forum (www.thehotpepper.com). “We are pleased to add The Hot Pepper Awards to the many accolades our sea salts keep earning” says Brett Cramer, founder of The Spice Lab. “Citrus Lime Chili Sea Salt is one of my favorites – amazing on fresh mango or pineapple and excellent to use on chicken, pork or seafood. And our Ghost Pepper Salt puts the heat into any dish.”

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Common Uses Finishing, Table & Cooking
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Product of: United States