From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - View original article
|This article needs additional citations for verification. (December 2009)|
Seasoned salt is a blend of table salt, herbs, spices, other flavourings, and sometimes monosodium glutamate (MSG). It is sold in supermarkets and is commonly used in fish and chip shops and other take-away food shops. It is also known as seasoning salt, season salt, chip spice and in Australia and New Zealand, chicken salt.
Chip spice is also another variation, which originated in Kingston Upon Hull and mainly contains salt and spices (such as paprika) but also contains tomato powder.
Chicken salt, as sold in Australia and New Zealand, generally contains chicken extracts, which are listed as the second ingredient after salt. It is therefore not suitable for vegetarians. However, some flavoured salts sold as chicken salt do not contain chicken extracts or concentrates. It is not related to the chicken flavouring or seasoning that is found on potato crisps, although it can be similar in appearance (both have a slight yellow colouring).
Ingredients vary by recipe or manufacturer. Common herbs and spices include:
Also found are
to impart an umami taste.