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Chicken salt is the finest seasoning for fresh hot chips and rotisserie chickens in the world. Bright yellow and packed with flavour, Australians douse chicken salt on their food at every local takeaway.

The best chicken salt is the stuff made in Australia and used in takeaways. It’s bright yellow and tastes unmistakable. We could have tried to make our own but it wouldn’t be the same… so we imported it directly from the manufacturer!

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    Aussie Chicken Salt

    The bright yellow salt you remember eating from any local Australian takeaway or fish and chip shop. The real deal, not the powdery nonsense sold in supermarkets.
      • Suitable for vegetarians.
      • Gluten Free.

    Tip

    Whilst chicken salt is designed to be shaken directly on chips (and it is exactly as sold here all over Australia) you might find chicken salt has a flavour which is too strong. Mix chicken salt and normal table salt in a ratio of 1:1 for a slightly more gentle flavour.
  • Out of stock

    Aussie Chicken Salt

    The bright yellow salt you remember eating from any local Australian takeaway or fish and chip shop. The real deal, not the powdery nonsense sold in supermarkets.
      • Suitable for vegetarians.
      • Gluten Free.

    Tip

    Whilst chicken salt is designed to be shaken directly on chips (and it is exactly as sold here all over Australia) you might find chicken salt has a flavour which is too strong. Mix chicken salt and normal table salt in a ratio of 1:1 for a slightly more gentle flavour.
  • Out of stock

    Aussie Chicken Salt

    The bright yellow salt you remember eating from any local Australian takeaway or fish and chip shop. The real deal, not the powdery nonsense sold in supermarkets.
      • Suitable for vegetarians.
      • Gluten Free.

    Tip

    Whilst chicken salt is designed to be shaken directly on chips (and it is exactly as sold here all over Australia) you might find chicken salt has a flavour which is too strong. Mix chicken salt and normal table salt in a ratio of 1:1 for a slightly more gentle flavour.
  • Out of stock

    Aussie Chicken Salt

    The bright yellow salt you remember eating from any local Australian takeaway or fish and chip shop. The real deal, not the powdery nonsense sold in supermarkets.
      • Suitable for vegetarians.
      • Gluten Free.

    Tip

    Whilst chicken salt is designed to be shaken directly on chips (and it is exactly as sold here all over Australia) you might find chicken salt has a flavour which is too strong. Mix chicken salt and normal table salt in a ratio of 1:1 for a slightly more gentle flavour.
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    Kentuckiana Hot Chip Seasoning

    A clone of the the signature seasoning you get on boxed hot chips from the famous Kentucky based fried chicken joint in Australia. This is not chicken salt. IMPORTANT: Unlike our chicken salt, this seasoning does not come with an anti-caking agent. Keep this seasoning sealed in the supplied pouch and strictly limit exposure to air by flattening the pouch before sealing.
  • Out of stock

    Kentuckiana Hot Chip Seasoning

    A clone of the the signature seasoning you get on boxed hot chips from the famous Kentucky based fried chicken joint in Australia. This is not chicken salt. IMPORTANT: Unlike our chicken salt, this seasoning does not come with an anti-caking agent. Keep this seasoning sealed in the supplied pouch and strictly limit exposure to air by flattening the pouch before sealing.
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    The Shaker Pack is quite literally the answer to how chicken salt should be gracefully applied to hot chips. The shaker is made of glass with a stainless steel outer cover and a stainless steel lid with three different shaker settings - much chicken salt should be released from captivity. As the shaker holds 70g of chicken salt you will also get two packets of Headliner (75g) to fill AND re-fill your shaker! "Quite frankly my dear if you don't have one of these shakers in your kitchen in 2021 then you're not 2021'ing hard enough." - Multiple Reputable Sources

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