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Bitterman's Salumami Seasoning Salt


At last a craft-made seasoning salt!

Now reformulated with a finer grained fleur de sel!

Umami dynamite for beef, pork, poultry—yet delicate enough for veggies and eggs. This is a real, true, all-purpose seasoning salt. The million and one dollar question is: "What food does Salumami NOT love?"  So long as you're in the realm of the savory, your mouth will thank you for adding Salumami.

Fantastic as a rub, or just sprinkle this innovative fusion of pungent herbs and traditional savory salt from India.

    Ingredients: Bitterman’s Fine Traditional sea salt, coriander, coconut palm, garlic, onion, Kala Namak salt, black pepper, ancho chile.  In short, sea salt and plenty of other herby and spicy and savory goodness.

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 10 reviews
    Lucky Lani
    My new go-to salt

    This salt makes everything taste better. I even got my vegetarian friend hooked on it, because it raises her Impossible Burger to the next level.

    J. M. W.
    Raises the level of your cooking.

    This is a wonderful seasoning. So far I’ve only used it on a couple of roasts, it definitely raises the level of your cooking. Do yourself a favor and try it, you will not regret it.

    Lisa Cohn
    Magic, perfect blend for almost any savory dish

    My son calls it “Upscale Lawry’s”, I call it a perfect blend that can be used on almost any savory dish. Great in guacamole, salad dressing, pot roast.

    Alison Sprague
    Surprising and Delightful!

    I got a jar of this in my salt subscription box and was not sure what to do with it at first.
    Now, it is the staple flavor of my new favorite side dish: black beans simmered in a tablespoon of butter with a little cayenne.

    Earthy and warm with a bit of citrus

    I've added this to salads and soups, and it usually adds a nice bit of warm earthiness, like mushrooms without the funk, but if you put it on top of plain avocados (my most recent favorite) it brings out a citrus note that's really lovely.