How To Make Rosemary Salt – My Kitchen Cheats

I started to wonder how to make rosemary salt after I could no long find it for sale in our local supermarket.

I love rosemary salt. It’s such a great cheat to have in the kitchen. It works great sprinkled over vegetables or potatoes when roasting them, or just over the top of a simple tomato and mozzarella salad.

It smells amazing and is incredibly versatile, what’s not to love.


How To Make Rosemary Salt

You will need

  • Clip top Jar (I have used one from the Le Parfait range)
  • Sea Salt (for me it has to be Maldon Salt)
  • Fresh Rosemary



  • Fill half your jar with sea salt
  • Place a few sprigs of rosemary on top of the salt and fill again till 3/4 full.
  • Add a few more sprigs of rosemary and close the jar.
  • Shake well and leave to infuse for a least 3 days before use.
  • Store in a cool dry place

I hope you enjoy this recipe for how to make rosemary salt. Do you have a kitchen cheats you love to make?


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11 thoughts on “How To Make Rosemary Salt – My Kitchen Cheats

  1. Lauren

    What a fab idea! How perfect would this be, along with other flavours, in a hamper for Christmas?!
    (that’s my mother in laws present sorted) x

    1. AnEssexWife Post author

      watch this space then – I’m blogging all my cheats. Cinnamon sugar, roasted peppers with garlic in oil, Apple Sauce – all great hamper ideas. xx

  2. Capture by Lucy

    Love it! Recipe and photos! Pinterest will love it too :) My feeling is with just a little effort and time to style your photos they can be a hundred times more engaging!

    1. AnEssexWife Post author

      Thank you – you really have given me the kick up the bottom to make more effort with my photos.

    1. AnEssexWife Post author

      Thanks – tying to make an effort with the photos – and the salt is so simple but makes such a difference! x

  3. Mummy Tries

    Ooooh these look fab, I have a little rosemary bush in my garden and you’ve given me Xmas gift ideas. Thanks for sharing :o )


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