Each of us has our favourite snack and fruit items that are just incomplete without the tangy chat masala we all love.
EarthSpice Chat Masala is the perfect product to add to your everyday favourites. Made from black salt, Rock salt, Dry mango, Coriander, Pomegranate seed, Cumin, Black pepper, Mint, Sugar, Chilli, Ginger, Clove, Bishop’s weed, Asafoetida and Acidity controller (E330 & E 334), it is a zesty companion to wafers, aloo chat, fruits, etc.
EarthSpice Chat Masala brings more than just deliciousness. The ingredients have various benefits to the body. Dry mango, cumin, and asafoetida are sources of iron and calcium. Cumin also provides minerals and magnesium. EarthSpice blends all its high-quality ingredients to bring for your family the perfect taste and good health with your memorable, favourite snacks.
Find the recipe for EarthSpice Chat Masala here
Akanksha taneja –
We all have memories of enjoying something topped with tangy chat masala, whether its dahi bhalle, aloo tikki, paani-puri, bhelpuri, kaala khatta, and so much more. I feel happy to make these for my kids, and they’ve started enjoying it a lot after I used this masala for seasoning and also for spicing up the yogurt and adding to the water. It also works for minor stomach problems by mixing in jaljeera, which is good for quick relief if there are children in the house.
Sandhya Gada –
Chat Masala is one of the all-time favourite snack seasonings. My children usually don’t like to eat fruits so I have to make something fun for them like a juice or chat. I use this masala to make their fruit juices tangy, and as part of their daily salad or evening snack. I enjoy making mocktails with this masala as well, in which it pairs well with unusual choices of ingredients.
jasmine kaur –
It’s a good product but they need to come with sprinklers in the lid so that its easy to garnish and season food with it. Repeatedly using a spoon to scoop sometimes leads to inserting a wet spoon inside the jar.
Alpa Alpa –
It’s a refreshing seasoning particularly for summers when you can use it on juicy fruits likes orange or watermelons. This brand’s chat masala is versatile and I’ve also made some sweet-savoury combinations of melted and frozen desserts with it. You can sprinkle on jeera-aaloo or even sandwiches.
sanskriti bajaj –
A small QR code on the label that leads directly to the product online would be helpful. Like for example I saw on a friend’s shelf after asking him what masala he is using. However, it is still quite easy to find online.