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Prague Powder No.1 Pink Curing Salt

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Prague Powder #1, also referred to as Tinted Cure or Pink Curing Salt, is used for all types of meats, sausage, fish, and jerky curing. One of the most popular curing salts, Prague powder #1 contains 6.25% sodium nitrite and 93.75% sodium chloride as per FDA and USDA regulations. A critical component in the meat curing and sausage making process, Prague Powder #1 is essential to prevent food poisoning. Additionally, Prague Powder #1 provides a distinct flavor and helps to prevent product discoloration. This salt is not to be used asa table salt and is specifically for the meat and curing process.

Prague Powder #1 can be used in the preserving and curing of:

  • Semi-dry and cooked meats
  • Sausage
  • Fish
  • Jerky
  • Bacon
  • Ham
  • Pastrami
  • Hard Salami
  • Corned Beef


To cure meat or fish correctly and within food safely guidelines, it is extremely important to use the proper amount of Prague Powder #1. As a curing agent, Prague Powder #1 serves to inhibit bacteria growth and helps to maintain meat flavor and appearance. Too much or too little Pink Curing Salt can adversely affect health, taste, and food quality. Overall it is recommended that you use one ounce of Prague Powder #1 to twenty-five pounds of meat or fish.

In addition to Prague Powder #1, The Great American Spice Company has all of your sausage making and curing needs. We have an extensive selection of jerky seasonings and mixes as well as sausage casings and spice blends. We also carry all your other favorite curing agents and additives such as Citric Acid, Silicon Dioxide, Sodium Phosphate, and Morton Tender Quick Meat Cure.

Prague Powder #1. Get yours today from The Great American Spice Company!

Usage for Prague Powder:

Use 1 oz. of cure for 25 lb. of meat or 1 level teaspoon of cure for 5 lb. of meat. Mix cure with cold water. This product is not to be used in place of table salt.


Salt, sodium nitrite, FD & C Red #3.

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  1. Bacon cure

    Posted by Unknown on 10th Jan 2018

    Looked alot of different places for the curing salt and couldn't beat the price. Great product.

  2. Not dead yet

    Posted by Smokin on 4th Nov 2017

    First time I’ve used it. Smirking meet today. If we don’t die the product will get the thumbs up. I’ll keep u posted lol.

  3. Great Product

    Posted by Jennie on 5th Sep 2017

    Used Prague Powder #1 to cure pork loin to make peameal bacon. You can only buy peameal bacon in Canada so found a recipe which needs this curing salt to make it. Turned out great! American Spice Company was easy to deal with and they shipped it right away.

  4. pink curing salt

    Posted by Denise on 14th Jun 2017

    This is the greatest curing salt. Don't look elsewhere.

  5. Grear product

    Posted by Unknown on 24th May 2017

    Excellent product

  6. Great service and products

    Posted by BLUE on 27th Sep 2016

    This is a great product at a fair price,delivery was timely and I will definitely order again

  7. Prague Powder #1

    Posted by Unknown on 2nd Apr 2016

    Good to finally find a source of this curing salt. Thanks. Next time maybe ship in a box--the bubble wrap envelope allowed the corners of the plastic container to get mashed and dented! The shipping price charged would allow for a small box I believe.

  8. Good business!

    Posted by 10332 on 15th Mar 2016

    Good price, fast shipping. I would recommend to a friend.

  9. It's cure #1, it works

    Posted by Heisenberg on 17th Jun 2015

    It's cure #1, it works. It is a chemically pure and stable product that performs as advertised. No adulterants. No baby formula. No chili powder.

  10. Prague Powder

    Posted by eddie deza on 3rd May 2015

    it is good but too expensive for a salt

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