::Ingredients of Chaat Masala::
Lodized Salt, Coriander, Sour Mango Powder, Black Salt, Kachari, Cumin, Chillies, Black Pepper,Cloves, Mint, Leaves, Dry Ginger, Nutmeg, Asafoetida
::Health benefits of Chaat Masala::
- It is a Mineral Source.
- It is a rich source of minerals including iron and calcium. Building red blood cells and strong bones, respectively, require both iron and calcium. Rich with Vitamines.
- Antioxidants and Anti-Inflammatory properties are found in it.
- It helps to avoid regular stomach pain.
::Use of Chaat Masala in Indian Dishes::
Chaat, which are fried Indian street snacks, are flavoured with chaat masala. Bhel puri, aloo tikki, papdi chaat, and pani puri are just examples of the many chaat street food types.
It is also used to enhance the flavour of fruits and salads in India.
As a result of this masala also can use in fruits, a specialty dish.
Sprinkle on a variety of Indian chaat foods, including samosas, chutneys, puff rice chaat, alu tikki, and papri chaat.
When making lentil, bean, or vegetarian curries, add this masala.
sprinkled as a spice over stir-fried or deep-fried foods like patties, pakoras, or red, orange, and yellow veggies like carrots, potatoes, pumpkin, etc.
Fruit salad, regular salad, cheese, and sauces all benefit from a zesty boost.
You may also add it to beverages, particularly buttermilk or lemonade, to give them an energising tangy spicy flavour.
Sprinkle some on avocado, tomatoes, avocado and cheese sandwiches, etc.
Our Chaat Masala is Safe for People with Diabetes.
- Color variations are normal in herbal products.