This simple recipe makes a flavorful herb rub that is delicious on meat and fish. The combination of herbs packs a medicinal punch, and the flavors remind me of grilled foods from the south of France.

Natural salt formed millions of years ago before pollution can actually be good for us. Naturally occurring mined salt contains more than 80 minerals and beneficial elements that support good health and can help prevent many diseases. Herbs help support our immune system, balance our adrenal glands, and stimulate liver function.

One of my favorite ways to use Herbs du Provence Sea Salt Rub is to season a whole chicken, inside and out, and then slow roast. The smell is delicious, and a roast chicken is comfort food at its best.

I love to give this rub as a host gift.

Herbs de Provence Sea Salt Rub

This simple recipe makes a flavorful herb rub that is delicious on meat and fish. The combination of herbs packs a medicinal punch, and the flavors remind me of grilled foods from the south of France.
Course condiment
Keyword herbs, salt

Ingredients

  • 1 1 oz jar dried thyme
  • 1 1 oz jar dried marjoram leaf
  • 1 1 oz jar dried rosemary
  • 0.21 oz jar dried sage
  • 16 oz kosher natural sea salt, like Real Salt brand
  • 6 or more small jars

Instructions

  1. Combine all ingredients in a bowl, mixing well.
  2. Spoon into little glass jars for storage and gifting.

Recipe Notes

The herbs jars will all be the same size but have different weights. For simplicity, I am calling the large jars 1 oz.

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