Easy salt caramel sauce, a salty sweet, gooey, decadent caramel, is so easy to make and will outshine any store-bought brand!
Salt Caramel Everything
While caramel apples, or salt caramel cookies might come to mind first when you think of Salt Caramel, think again! It is said that Salt Caramel should be the next brown butter for savory dishes simply because of its classic umami flavor.
Salt Caramel On Meats
Try a little salt caramel in your next glazed chicken or sticky spicy hot chicken wings. The salty sweet flavor is perfect when added to chili peppers, roasted tomatoes and any favorite slow simmered savory sauce.
Everyone knows that pork lends itself to a sweet, sour and spicy hot sauce. Add salt caramel sauce to your favorite barbecue sauce for more flavor than you imagined. Don’t forget how fantastic those pork sauces will taste on duck meat.
Salt Caramel on Veggies
Imagine salt caramel on your Thanksgiving sweet potatoes. That’s right! Cut open a sweet potato, roast it in the oven for a bit, spread salt caramel into the par-baked sweet potatoes, sprinkle a smokey jalapeño powder on top and… Boom! Fantastic sweet potatoes for any meal, or maybe just alone.
Salt Caramel and Booze
Add a little bourbon or chili peppers to your salt caramel, and the possibilities are endless. Ever had a boozy salt caramel shake? OMG you don’t know what you’re missing! It’s a cocktail and dessert all in one!
Salt Caramel the Queen of Desserts
If sweets are your thing, than my Chestnut Cookies with Salt Caramel Filling are just what you will want every year for the best Christmas cookies you will ever make.
Want a quick and easy weeknight dessert? Just pull out the jar of salt caramel spread you made days ago, spread it over sliced apples and you’ve got a luscious, almost healthy dessert. After all, who doesn’t love a good ole salt caramel apple? Go ahead, toss a few chopped peanuts over the salt caramel apples and you will swear you are at a carnival on a summer’s eve!
This recipe goes amazing on my Chestnut Cookies With Salt Caramel Filling, check out the recipe here.
- Heavy cream
- Sea salt
- Sauce pan
- Cooking thermometer
- Wooden spoon
- Measuring cup
- Measuring spoon
- Airtight jar
Easy Salt Caramel SpreadCuisine: AmericanDifficulty: Easy
Easy salt caramel spread, a salty sweet, gooey, decadent caramel, is so easy to make and will outshine any store-bought brand!
Sugar – 2 cups
Butter – ¾ cup, (stick and half)
Heavy cream – 1 cup
Sea salt – 1 tablespoon
- Have cream and butter at room temperature. Place sugar in a saucepan and begin to melt on medium heat. Continue cooking the sugar for about 15 minutes or until the temperature of the sugar is no more than 350 degrees.
- Turn off the heat. Whisk in the butter. It will sputter a bit. Add cream and whisk. Add salt. Cool 15 minutes and transfer to a jar.
- Will keep up to one months in the fridge.