Called Panagyurska, after the region it originated it from*, this type of sharena salt is made of garden and mountain savory, fenugreek, thyme and corn. It is very popular in Bulgaria and, of course, super tasty.
Usage: This particular variation goes well with boiled eggs, sandwiches (e.g. butter and bacon) and pizza or for flavoring breads.
Did you know that a festival of “Sharena Salt – Panagyurska Style” is held annually in the Panagyurishte village of Buta in Bulgaria?
Ingredients: garden savory, Balkan savory, flour from dried roasted corn, sweet red pepper, salt, Fenugreek.