When I bought this jar of lemon garlic salt dressing from Costco, I didn’t care whether it was organic or not. Junjun’s organic campaign brought this to my attention.
Lemon Garlic Salt, not really a favorite because it has very limited uses - maybe I don't know how to use it.
However, it is really not too convenient to use for steaming fish. Although I often like steamed fish with tempeh, I also like a light taste. This lemon garlic salt is just right for it. Made out of Western taste.
The powder has been prepared and contains organic ingredients such as sea salt, garlic, sugar, lemon, etc., and the taste is strong enough.
As long as it is evenly applied to the fish, it can be steamed, without a bottle of seasoning on the left and a bottle on the right.
The calories are zero, and the fish that is not heavy in oil is best drizzled with oil.
I forgot to pour oil today, but it was delicious.
It looks like a lot of powder is used in the picture, but in fact there is no powder on the back, otherwise it will be salty. I think this seasoning has a relatively high salinity.