salt crust

salt crust

[′sȯlt ‚krəst]
(hydrology)
A salt deposit formed on an ice surface by crystal growth forcing salt out of young sea ice and pushing it upward.
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Remove and discard salt crust from roast, brushing off any remaining salt.
And the waiter's trolley service will see dishes such as Lubina Al Sal (seabass baked in salt), with the salt crust broken at the table and the waiter filleting and serving the fish.
It is speculated the pink color comes from a dye created by the organisms Dunaliella salina and Halobacteria or from red halophilic bacteria in the salt crust.
Mains include roasted yellow tail with celery root, green apple & black truffle; Dover sole meuniere with spinach and wild mushrooms or a whole 'fish of the day' for two, baked in salt crust and served at the table with lemon butter and chanterelle relish.
I'm going to cook it inside a spiced salt crust, which is dough made out of salt and spices and flour, and you encase the venison inside this.
Even the resort's cuisine fuses influences from the Adriatic, Mediterranean and Djokovic's home country of Serbia and guests will dine on local specialties like slow-roasted lamb with potatoes or whole local sea bream baked in a salt crust, while indulging in regional wines.
It's a Mediterranean influence for his whole roasted seabass in a sea salt crust which he serves with crushed baby potatoes.
Remove from tray and allow to cool slightly before cracking off the salt crust and cut into bite sized pieces.
This just creates a salt crust as the skin cannot absorb salt.
The image of me terrifying warrior cracking open with his sword the salt crust that formed during the cooking process makes him seem a little more amiable.
Not Florence, she stays gazing at herself in the dwindling pool until the salt crust on her legs and her weakness chain her to the drying pool.