03. Himalaya salt
- 500g Doos
JOZO Himalaya salt originates from the Himalayas. It is rich in minerals and trace elements, which gives the salt a milder flavour.
The shape and size of a salt grain determines the flavor impact. That is why JOZO salt is crystallized in various sizes [02-06]. JOZO 03 fine salt consists of small grains that dissolve easily and connect the flavors of the individual ingredients.
JOZO Himalaya salt is one of the oldest types of salt in the world, containing many minerals that are important to your body. The salt is sourced in the Himalayas and is naturally mild and tasteful. It gets its beautiful pink color from iron oxide and is typically millions of years old.
Preparing & cooking
Salt is better and more evenly absorbed by the ingredients if added during the cooking and preparation process. This is particularly true for ingredients that have been carefully assembled; you can't always just stir things up! Some foods also take a while for flavors to soak through. If you add salt only at the table, the liquid will benefit, but the ingredients will generally taste bland, like they were unsalted.
1. Break the biscuits into small pieces. Cut the dates into equally small pieces and chop the walnuts finely.
2. Melt the butter in a pan on a low heat then add the honey and dates. Stir for 3 minutes, then add the biscuits and walnuts. Stir well and turn off the heat, then purée coarsely using a stick blender.
3. Take a square or rectangular cake tin, line the base with greaseproof paper and grease the sides well with butter. Tip the mixture into the tin and press down well, especially in the corners.
4. Now make the frosting. Pour the coconut milk and honey into a pan. Bring to the boil and simmer for 1...