Common substitutes for pretzel salt include: bagel salt, kosher salt, Red Diamond sea salt, rock salt, and Morton salt substitute.
Usage:Use to coat freshly baked pretzels. Can also be used in other baked goods.
Ingredients:White soft compressed salt
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Good salt, but...
Posted by Mark R on 1st Jun 2017
I received my chef size pretzel salt in a padded envelope, opened it to see a broken lid with salt inside the entire bag. I contacted AmericanSpice to inform them that their packaging needs to improve and why. They sent me a complimentary jar again without me asking. However, this one also came with a cracked lid (unusable). I let them know and they offered to send a replacement lid. I said I would just use one from an empty spice jar I had. AmericanSpice was very responsive. 4 star since same issue twice, otherwise 5 star.
Exactly what it says
Posted by Brian Leonard on 15th Jul 2016
Yep, it's pretzel salt. Nice and coarse.
Posted by Unknown on 18th Sep 2015
Definitely meets my expectations!
SUPER FAST SHIPPING
Posted by Unknown on 2nd Sep 2015
PERFECT. WHAT I WAS LOOKING FOR !!! CAME IN ONE DAY !!
real pretzel salt!!!,
Posted by Unknown on 5th Apr 2015
Exactly what was expected.... Compressed white salt, best on soft pretzels ...
It is the real deal
Posted by Unknown on 15th Mar 2015
This is the real pretzel salt. Hard to find in stores. Worth buying online.
Perfect Size Perfect Quality
Posted by Unknown on 2nd Aug 2012
Don't settle for Kosher or Sea Salt, if it's not compressed it's not the same on pretzels!
Perfect size container (stovetop) and they don't jack you on shipping. Very happy!
Worth purchasing for Pretzels
Posted by Charles on 8th Jul 2012
My son loves to make pretzels and for years we have used kosher salt to top them with. This salt is more expensive but works much better.