How to use Christmas fleur de sel in your dishes?
This blend of fleur de sel and spices is perfect to bring Christmas and end-of-year celebrations to your kitchen.
Some suggestions for using Christmas fleur de sel
Christmas fleur de sel will add a spicy touch to all your festive dishes: scallops, chestnut turkey, and vegetable dishes accompanied by a creamy sauce… It will also be the perfect companion for your foie gras! Sprinkle a pinch to transform your foie gras into a real treat with gourmet gingerbread notes.
Whether half-cooked, pan-fried, raw, cloth-wrapped, in a terrine, Christmas fleur de sel complements foie gras in all its forms. It's also a great match with duck breast or a capon. This fleur de sel isn't just for the holiday season as it instantly adds a touch of zest to your everyday dishes. Indeed, it goes wonderfully with a simple chocolate dessert and perfectly complements grilled meat on the barbecue or a stew.
Christmas fleur de sel will also elevate your cheeses and appetizer toasts. You can present the box as it is on your table for last-minute use. Prefer to add this blend at the end of cooking to retain all its flavors.
The warm and sweet aromas of Christmas fleur de sel, a delight for young and old
Christmas fleur de sel has delicious and subtle gingerbread notes. This blend, combining sweetness and warmth, will enchant your taste buds and season your traditional festive dishes with a touch of originality. Let yourself be tempted by this combination that will surely surprise your guests and reinvent your festive dishes!
Terre Exotique's Christmas fleur de sel
What spices make up the Christmas fleur de sel?
Christmas fleur de sel is a delicate blend of Madagascar fleur de sel and cinnamon, fennel, green anise, coriander, ginger, nutmeg, black pepper, cloves, and green cardamom.
Madagascar fleur de sel, a true jewel from the Ifaty salt pans
In the southwest of Madagascar Island, in Ifaty, lie the salt marshes that produce this delicious salt. The sea water contained in these clay basins evaporates due to the combined action of wind and sun. The fabulous result gives birth to this fleur de sel. It is not harvested with a rake but is handpicked with great delicacy, allowing it to retain its light and airy texture without breaking.
A bit of history
The origins of Madagascar's fleur de sel
Madagascar, also known as "Africa with Asian eyes," is home to Ifaty Island. Its salt pans remain free from all pollution. The Ifaty fleur de sel has always been harvested by the Vezo people. Originally, this ethnic group lived off fishing, but unfortunately, the island's resources gradually decreased. They then began to harvest the pure and immaculate Ifaty fleur de sel, as only they possess the knowledge of this harvest.
|Nutritional Info||VN Energie pour 100 g (energy for 100g) : 77.7 kJ / 18.6 kcal
VN Matière grasse (fat) : 0.8 g
Dont acide gras saturés (of which saturated fat) : 0.1 g
VN Glucides (carbohydrate) : 1.9 g
Dont sucres (of which sugars) : 0.4 g
VN Protéines (protein) : 0.7 g
Vn Sel (salt) : 88.1 g
|Ingredients||fleur de sel, spices (cinnamon, green anise, fennel, coriander,|
|ginger, clove, green cardamom, nutmeg, black pepper).|
|TRACES EVENTUELLES D'ALLERGÈNES||céleri, sésame, moutarde, fruits à coques.|