Fleur de sel Créole
Country of origin: Madagascar
Calories: 0 Kcal
Find the spicy flavors of the island of Reunion!
This mixture of fleur de sel and creole spices presents a delicate attack dominated by peppery and sweet sensations. It delivers sweet aromas and aniseed notes. Its fresh, tangy flavors will bring sophistication and panache to a potimarron soup, a skate or dorado dish, steamed potatoes or feta aubergine.
To sprinkle obviously on creole preparations: rougail sausage, smoked chicken, poultry dodine, duck with mangoes, roasted quails, shrimp on skewers, clam gratin ...
The flower of salt, salt marsh nectar!
The light and delicate texture of the fleur de sel allows it to better integrate with food and to dissolve more quickly. It is important to use this mixture after cooking to avoid denaturing the flower of salt.
The fleur de sel from Madagascar is the result of delicate craftsmanship and ideal climatic conditions: a large amount of sun and wind. It is at the surface of the Ifaty saltworks that this thin layer of white crystals forms, during the evaporation of water, under the combined action of sun and wind.