Hawaiian Sea Salt

Salt Reference
Culinary Terms
Meat Terms
Ingredient History
Dish Origins
Kitchen Equipment
Sausage Names
Temperature Tables
Weights & Measures

HAWAIIAN SEA SALT: Also known as Aiae and sometimes called coral salt. This salt has a red-orange to pinkish tint to it. Like most warm water sea salts, it has a concentrated salt flavor, or is saltier. Hawaiian sea is made from the runoff of the red clay which discolors the ocean. During high tides the waves wash high on the rocks and the salt is deposited on the rocks where the water quickly evaporate. This salt also comes with an artificial red and black coloring. You taste this salt on the front and sides of your tongue. It leaves a lot of residue when dissolved, and is usually found in a medium grain. This salt has great flavor, and is saltier than table salt.  Great on oysters.

Atlantic Salt Bali Sea Salt Black Salt Celtic Salt Florida Gray Fleur de sel Guatemalan Sea Salt Hawaiian Sea Salt Himalayan Sea Salt Iodized Salt Italian Sea Salt Korean Yellow Sea Salt Kosher Salt Maldon Sea Salt Marsh Salt Mediterranean Course Mediterranean Fine Rock Salt Smoked Salt Snack/Popcorn Salt Table Salt Utah Mineral Salt

[FoodUniversity] [SeafoodCollege] [ProduceCollege] [PorkCollege] [WildGameCollege] [ChefTeacher] [Contact US]