I have a question about the recipe "José Pizarro's Salt-Crusted Potatoes with Cilantro Mojo" from Genius Recipes. can you only use flaked sea salt (like maldon) or any sea salt is fine?
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You can use any salt, but you'll want to vary the amount depending on how fine the salt is (and how much you like salt). For fine sea salt I might try half the amount.
For this recipe, any salt should do. Personally, I would avoid "Iodized" though. Kosher salt would work fine.
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