Ingredients: Basil, Dill, Parsley, Garlic, Chives, Coarse Sea Salt
Introducing Summa Salts' Ranch Seasoning Salts: the perfect blend of herbs and sea salt to elevate your culinary creations. Crafted with care by our small business, Summa Salts, our Ranch Seasoning Salts offer a tantalizing combination of flavors that brings the essence of ranch to your dishes, without any unnecessary additives or artificial powders.
At the heart of our Ranch Seasoning Salts lies course sea salt infused with the robust aroma and taste of garlic, chives, parsley, dill, and basil, this flavorful blend captures the essence of traditional ranch herbs. Say goodbye to reaching for multiple spice jars and hello to the convenience of having all the essential herbs in one magical seasoning.
When you sprinkle Summa Salts' Ranch Seasoning Salts onto your favorite dishes, you'll experience an explosion of rich, savory flavors that will tantalize your taste buds. Whether you're enhancing the taste of roasted potatoes, grilled chicken, steamed vegetables, or even popcorn, this seasoning blend is a versatile addition to any pantry.
Order your Summa Salts' Ranch Seasoning Salts today and embark on a flavor journey that will leave you craving for more. Discover the taste of ranch, reimagined with the finest herbs and the purest sea salt, all carefully blended to perfection. Summa Salts is proud to bring you a product that enhances your culinary creations and adds a touch of savory delight to every bite.
I just recently started using the ranch flavored salt. I really like the taste. It works well on salads, and steamed vegetables. I spritz with a little olive oil and then sprinkle the salt. I don’t have to worry about the fat in regular ranch dressing or artificial flavorings in fat free dressing.
It’s hard to choose a favorite Summa Salt (I have 10+) but I’m always reaching for Ranch because it works so well on so many different things. We love it on veggies, especially steamed broccoli. When I make dips and vegan dressings it’s my go-to. Everyone should have this in their Summa Salt collection.