Salt Cooking Plates

A Himalayan salt plate can withstand temperatures of 500 degrees, which makes it a perfect grilling companion. Set the salt block on the grill and slowly heat it, keeping it off direct heat for the first 15 minutes. Make sure it is completely dry or it could crack. Gradually bring it over the flames and place your desired dinner choice atop the plate, like pizza dough, chicken, fish, veggies or meats—all will cook nicely and evenly, and the salt plate will intermingle well with the taste of the food, giving a fresh, subtle flavor. The salt block also works on a gas oven range or in the oven, but remember to slowly heat it up. The higher the moisture content within the food, the saltier the flavor. For example, fresh, raw, peeled shrimp will pull more essence from the plate than shelled shrimp will. Scallops taste great when seared on the plate as they do not need much time to cook. For a less salty taste, gently cook a piece of fish, meat or poultry on the grill or stovetop, and then use the salt plate—quickly and heated to very hot—to sear and finish with a salty glaze for flavor rather than full cooking. The salt plate can even be used to “press” the food on the grill with other plates to impart more piquancy. Many salt plates have a metal holder available for purchase, which protects the plate while serving and storing, so serving dinner directly from grill to table is an elegant presentation.

1 RPI-1 Cooking Plates 4 x 4 x 1 inch 24 pcs
2 RPI-2 Cooking Plates 8 x 4 x 1 inch 20 pcs
3 RPI-3 Cooking Plates 8 x 4 x 2 inch 10 pcs
4 RPI-4 Cooking Plates 8 x 8 x 1.5 inch 8 pcs
5 RPI-5 Cooking Plates (Square) 8 x 8 x 2 inch 6 pcs
6 RPI-6 Cooking Plates (Round) 8 x 8 x 2 inch 6 pcs
7 RPI-7 Cooking Plates 10 x 6 x 2 inch 4 pcs
8 RPI-8 Cooking Plates 12 x 8 x 1.5 inch 4 pcs
9 RPI-9 Cooking Plates 12 x 8 x 2 inch 3 pcs