Mushroom Salt | DIY Easy Recipe
This mushroom salt packs an amazing depth of flavor to any savory dish and is even loved by mushroom haters. Use it to season your Whole30 and Paleo meals!
One of my favorite things to do is find game changing spices that add a depth of flavor to dishes and this Mushroom Salt is no exception! A game changing spice or seasoning is one that goes beyond the call of duty to create a flavor or texture that makes you say…
“hmm, what is that?”
Mushrooms offer a flavor that is meaty and rich. They pack a ton of nutrition including B vitamins, vitamin D and a ton of antioxidants. Some people don’t like the taste of mushrooms, but I promise that this mushroom salt is not overpowering! I use it to literally season everything savory now including all of my Whole30 dishes for extra flavor.
The secret to this mushroom salt is to find a variety of dried mushrooms, about 2.5-3oz worth. You can find these in your local health food store or shop for a blend online. I was lucky enough to find a blend of mushrooms at my local World Market for $7.99 which made about a cup of mushroom powder.
Other than that, all you need to make this easy mushroom salt is a high speed blender and some high quality sea salt. I usually buy my sea salt at Asian grocery stores or even places like TJ MAXX or Home Goods for super cheap!
This 2 ingredient mushroom salt gives your food a depth of flavor with along with an antioxidant boost. Even mushroom haters will love this seasoning!
- Add dried mushroom blend to a high speed blender and pulse until a course meal is formed before blending until it becomes a powder.
- Add mushroom powder to a bowl and whisk in 1 cup salt until fully blended.
- Store in empty spice jars or mason jars and use it to season everything!
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