Sriracha Salt / Easy, Tasty (& Pretty) DIY February 8, 2011 I love fancy salts, and Kendrick loves Sriracha…so I thought I’d put the two together as a mini-present for him. Page: 1 2 3 Share « Previous Next » Want more RG?Sign up for updates straight to your inbox. Meg sweet potato oven fries + sriracha mayo. Anonymous ooh. http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=553401384 Jennifer Lawrence Think I am going to go make some right now! http://www.facebook.com/stephen.chudleigh Stephen Chudleigh THIS. http://www.alwaysorderdessert.com/ Alejandra Ramos Love this! http://www.secretsalts.com SaltyLass Brilliant combo and beautiful photography. Love it! Pingback: Bridal Shower Gifting Tips…Plus Gift Ideas «() Marloesser What kind of salt did you use? Rock, kosher or just regular table salt? Can’t wait to try this! My husband love sriracha, so he will love this! Sara I found it on another website that said it came from the same cookbook and it said Kosher salt. Hope that helps! Marlo It helps! Thank you! Lunchladyland8 Who doesn’t live sriracha? Best tasting hot sauce by far. Brooke Poeppel What an amazing idea! I am definitely going to have to try this. Pingback: Mother's Day Gift Ideas | Ramshackle Glam by Jordan Reid() http://twitter.com/NotALibrarian Natalie Houston I wonder if you could bake it on a low temp to have it finished in the same day? Vicki Atkinson Did the oven trick work? e. jean YUM! I had this recipe “pinned” for the longest time, & didn’t make any until this weekend. The hubs loved it so much, I decided to try making some salt with Tabasco Chipotlé sauce. AWESOME! http://elisabethjeancustom.blogspot.com/2012/06/chipotle-tabasco-salt.html Mollylollis I did this, at 100 degrees for a few hours. It really sped it up! Gmelgares Hi! Nice blog! One question, what kind of license do you use? I mean if I can borrow the sriracha picture (mentioning you of course) for a post in my food blog. Thanks in advance! jordanreid Hi! I appreciate a credit, that’s all – feel free to use the photo, and thanks so much for getting in touch Gmelgares Thank you so much! It will be posted in a few days on grasaffinity.com // Regards! Kelly get out- this is fantastic! great idea! Chris i like those jars, where did you buy them from? Jen I like the jars too. Did you find out where it’s from? Pingback: SRIRACHA SALT | Best Friends For Frosting() Pingback: 19 Homemade Wedding Favor Ideas - Exquisite Girl() Pingback: DIY Wedding Favors and Trims: The Foodie Edition | Fizara DIY Albums() Debbi Did anyone ever tell you where they got the jars? I saw several people asked, but I never saw an answer. jordanreid The jars are from a brand called “Artisan Salt” – they were empty, so I just reused them (you can either take off the labels with warm water or just do what I did, which is paste on your own label right over theirs :). Jenn York The Artisan® Gourmet Sea Salts in the glass cork top jars are a product of SaltWorks Inc. and available here: http://www.saltworks.us/artisa… The jars are custom ordered, but the salts are delicious enough that it won’t be a problem going through a few! Jenn York The Artisan® Gourmet Sea Salts in the glass cork top jars are a product of SaltWorks Inc. and available here: http://www.saltworks.us/artisan-sea-salt.html#.VQr9Lo7F80I The jars are custom ordered, but the salts are delicious enough that it won’t be a problem going through a few!