Sweet & Salty: 5 Ideas for Adding a Pinch of Salt to Fruit

Sweet & Salty: 5 Ideas for Adding a Pinch of Salt to Fruit

Regina Yunghans
Jun 22, 2011

Our love for salting cantaloupe was the jumping-off point for brainstorming more ideas for salted fruit. When we saw Stephanie's post on Gilt Taste's How to Season and Spice Fruit, we knew we had to put a roundup together:

Some say that salt suppresses the bitter taste of foods like grapefruit. Others say it enhances fruit's natural sweetness.

However you put it, it's an essential element in many common ways of eating fruity. It's why we love cheese and fruit platters and one reason peanut butter's so good on apples. It's why we wrap prosciutto around cantaloupe and salt our martini glasses. Any way you slice it, here are a few more ideas for salted fruit:

  1. Umeboshi - Salted prunes
  2. Salted grapes via avrupasu.com
  3. Salty apples via Healthy Happy Life
  4. Sprinkle salt on pineapple and eat raw or grilled.
  5. Salted banana chips via Easy Banana Recipes

Read a great discussion on the subject of salting fruit over at Chowhound. And tell us, how do you salt fruits? Is there an idea for salting fruit that you love but that isn't on our list? Please add on in the comments below!

Related: Poll: Do You Salt Your Watermelon?

(Image: Flickr member quinn.anya licensed for use under Creative Commons)

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