So, if you love your salt and your chilli – why not try them together? With anything else, with whatever you feel like.
I got a present a couple of months ago from a friend of mine, a small jar of coarse-grained artisan salt and chilli mix. And I decided to put it into a salt mill, mixed with a bit of rose pepper. The latter had already been in the mill, but that wasn’t a good idea from me, because those were too soft for the mill to grain them – so the salt is kind of a helping substance to let the pepper out of the mill, in this case.
Anyway, the salt is sea salt, the chilli is probably simple Hungarian paprika from among the hot, pungent types – but all together it’s a good looking stuff. Here are the photos:
You can easily adjust the hotness by adding as many chilli pieces as you want – as this one has already been in the jar for more months, it is already mixed together very well, so it is kind of the middle-hot-styled one.
I had a bit of problem with adjusting the mill but after two days I found the right size, so now it is perfect. But I need to buy a couple of other mills in order to use with salt only, pepper only, or salt & pepper mixture for example.