Hickory Smoke Salt Recipe

I'm looking for any recipes on how to make hickory smoke salt. Stores don't carry it anymore.

Thanks,
Melanie from Canada

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I made mine by mixing some Colgin's Liquid Smoke to some salt. Dried it in a metal cake pan in 200°oven for a short time.

I have also done this to make colored sugars.

Make sure it is dry before putting it in your jar.

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just a query Syd, how much liquid smoke to how much salt?

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Try the Amish web sites I get mine from there.

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I too have been trying to find the small spice jars of hickory smoke salt in the grocery; I just can't find it anywhere anymore! Any ideas where it is still available or why it has been discontinued? Think my last shaker jar was a Kroger brand.

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I found some at Super K-Mart just this past week. It is Durkee brand Hickory Smoke Salt. They are small bottles that were 3 for $5. We used it this past weekend and it was just what we were looking for.

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Thank you Shazam! I will try our local K-Mart (don't have any Super K Marts with a large grocery section though)!

- vieja

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Hi I found this at the Spice House just after reading this thread. http://www.thespicehouse.com/spices/hickory-smoke-salt 4 ounces for 4$

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shazam: Super K-Mart here doesn't carry the smoke salt I found out today. Thanks for the tip though! Making my own sounds like a job but guess if I really want some that will be the way I have to get it! Can't believe it was so available for years here til recently!

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I found it at A1 Spice World 16 oz. for 6.19 or 34oz for 10.89<br>http://www.a1spiceworld.com/hickory_smoke_salt.html

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I found it at A1 Spice World 16 oz. for 6.19 or 34oz for 10.89<br>http://www.a1spiceworld.com/hickory_smoke_salt.html

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I bought some through Spicebarn.com when I discovered it was no longer available in the stores and their product tasted great but clumps up TERRIBLY! Going to try A1l Spices next time. Think it's cheaper too.

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I was on this post earlier this week because I was having trouble finding it and just wanted to report that I found some at Roundy's/Rainbow here in Minneapolis, MN. It is McCormick's Smoked Flavor Sea Salt in one of the grinders.

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I found it finally at our local Smith's grocery & it is the same Spice Islands mesquite flavored salt as I had remembered. Some of the other was a damp-like rub ... not a salt.

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I make my own Hickory smoked salt. It is so easy to do.

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