Lemon salt is an acidic and salty ingredient. It is often used to enhance the flavor of foods and beverages. Lemon salt usually contains salt (sodium chloride) and citric acid. Citric acid is an acid naturally found in lemons and is added to citric acid for a more intense lemon flavor.
You can add lemon salt to various dishes and drinks. It is especially common to add citric acid to salads, fish, seafood, soups and appetizers, as well as cocktails such as margaritas. You can also enhance their flavor by sprinkling them on fruits and vegetables or using them with lemon juice.
Regarding the use of lemon salt, it is important to add the appropriate amount to your taste. This is because lemon salt has a very intense flavor and can make your food or drink extremely acidic or salty if used excessively. That's why it's best to start with a small amount to taste and add more as needed.
If citric acid is not available, you can alternatively mix lemon juice and regular salt to get a similar taste. However, the consistency and density of this mixture may not be exactly like citric acid.