Chaat Masala


Chaat Masala is commonly embraced as a great garnish for salads, fruits, and vegetables to add a bit of complexity.

  • The contents of this aromatic Indian spice blend can vary depending on the hand that makes it, though it usually contains a fragrant, tangy, slightly spicy mix of toasted cumin, fennel, coriander, chile powders, ginger, salt, and dried mango. Originally used on Indian street snacks and fried foods like potatoes, it can also be sprinkled on fruits, vegetables, and salads. It’s versatile enough to give any dish an extra burst of Indian flavour.
  • Pairs deliciously with Indian cuisine, fried potatoes, chickpeas, fruit, eggs, salads, curries, vegetables, kebabs, beef burgers .
  • “Chaat” is the name given to typical street snacks found across the Indian subcontinent, while “masala” is the word for a mixture of ground spices. This spice blend was so named for its use on these popular, savoury, fried snacks in India, Bangladesh, and Pakistan. While the exact origins of Chaat Masala are a mystery, it is rumoured to have been created in Delhi, Agra, and Bengal, and the recipe varies by maker.
    • Black Salt, Amchur, Asafoetida, Cumin Toasted, Sea Salt, Coriander Toasted, Spearmint, Black Pepper, Ginger, Chilli, Ajwan Seed, Cloves, Nutmeg, Caraway Seed, Citric Acid.

    • Each jar contains 30g, approximately 14 x 1/2 Tsp,

    • Recommended usage for maximum freshness is 9 months.

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