These delicate, lovely rose-colored Pakistani Himalayan Salt Plates are extremely versatile. The plates can be used as appetizer dishes for moist food (such as sushi or cheese), as the plate imparts a mild salty and mineral flavor unique to Himalayan salt. The Salt Plates can also be preheated slowly in a 450-500 degree oven or on a grill. They may then be used to sear seafood or thin strips of beef, pork, and poultry. Place the plate in the cold oven or to the side in a cool area on the grill, heat plate gradually.
These Plates are hand-cut. Thickness approximately 1".
- Use as a serving platter for moist foods such as sushi, fruit, vegetables, cheese or other hors d’oeuvres.
- Place plate in cold oven and preheat slowly for 30 minutes at 450 - 500 degrees or under the broiler. Roast or broil thin, quick-cooking food until done.
- Preheat plate slowly on an outdoor grill for a twist on regular grilling - perfect for both sweet and savory dishes.
- Freeze the plate for 2 hours, and then top with scoops of ice cream or sorbet.
CARE AND CLEANING:
- After each use, cool the Pink Himalayan Salt Plate on a wire rack.
- Simply wash the cooled plate with warm water and a soft brush. This removes a thin layer of salt from the plate. Pat dry with a paper towel and place on a rack to dry completely. -No detergent is necessary as the salt has inherent anti-microbial properties—making your plate safe to use for years!
- Handle your plate with care, as it will break if dropped.
Found a home for it on the kitchen counter
Posted by John A. Coppinger on 18th Mar 2014
Anxious to use it soon. Great for a conversation piece. Just hope the deer don't discover it.
Our grilled food has never been better!
Posted by Kara on 15th Feb 2012
I bought this as a gift for my husband's Birthday. We can't do without it now!
We use our Salt Plate on the grill for whatever seafood is on the menu for the night. My favorite so far has been Wahoo cooked on the salt plate. Incredible!
Ahi has never been better!
Posted by Salty Moondoggie on 10th Aug 2011
I pop it in the oven as per the instructions and sear up an ahi steak. It's perfect!
I have noticed some weird cracking going on - a big fatty right on the side, but in general this is a wonderful cooking tool. I'll have to try it with sweet things, too. :)
Transform dark chocolate
Posted by Unknown on 15th May 2010
I chill the plate before dinner and serve dark chocolates on it for dessert. There is just a hint of salt in the chocolte and it is so elegant.