Size 6″ x 6″ x 1″ Note: Corners are chipped as shown in photo
Pure & 100% All natural Himalayan Crystal Salt Tile for gourmet cooking Superb for grilling, searing and cooking meat, fish and vegetables Unique and beautiful way to serve and display appetizers when entertaining Use Directly on grill or stove top Chill in the fridge and serve on top fruits, sushi, vegetables, cheese, and desserts Naturally antimicrobial and easy to clean
**** Each slab is a unique piece of rock salt, no two are the same.
Additional Instructions: Heating your Salt Brick: Be sure the block is completely dry. If used previously, the block should have rested for at least 24 hours. The first few times you heat up your salt block, fissures and cracks will appear, and the color may change from its original pink to a whiter color. This is normal. However, after successive uses, you may find that the salt block regains some of its original hue, largely as a result of washing.
For a Gas Range: Put the salt block on the stove top. Set heat to low, give the block at least 15 minutes to heat up. You may notice moisture accumulating at the edges. As the salt block heats, this will evaporate off. The slower you do this, the better. Allow more time for larger plates, especially 9x9x2 inches and larger. Increase the heat slowly – low-medium for 15 minutes, and then medium-high for 15 minutes. If extremely hot sauté temperatures are desired, increase flame to full high for another 5 to 10 minutes.
For an Electric Range: If heating on the stove-top, select a circular ring of metal, such as a tart pan with a pop out bottom, pastry ring, or wok ring, and place it on the burner. Place the salt block on top of the ring. Place a circular ring of metal such as a tart pan with a pop-out bottom to create a small air gap between the heating element and the block. Once set up, heat similarly to a gas range.
For a Grill: Place your salt block on the grate. If using a charcoal grill, keep the coals to one side and place the block on the other side, to expose it to less direct heat. If using a gas grill, start the heat on low as you would with a gas range. Increase heat slowly until the block is ready to use, as described in the gas range instructions.