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99% will say it's not chaat masala [I claim it's the best alternative recipe]

 here's presenting a chaat masala substitute like none other. you have never seen this type of chaat masala ever, I m sure about it. the easy recipe uses only a handful of ingredients to give you a flavor punch that will easily steal the show anywhere.

easy chaat masala substitute

so here are my chaat masala substitute ingredients

I make small batches because I just need to fill up one storage jar. once it finishes, I make another bottle.

dry roast 1/4 cup coriander seeds, 1/4 cup jeera seeds, a few whole red chilies. if you don't want to add red chili, omit and replace with black pepper corns (1 tsp).

i have roasted the spices in airfryer at 160 deg c for 4-5 min.

once roasted all you need to do is pulse the roasted spices to powder.

now comes the magic ingredient- our pink salt.

More Flavored Salt Options

i use himalayan pink salt bricks. it is also known as mineral salt and has 84 trace elements. but the amount of iodine is low. however, since we are using it for chaat masala and not meal prep, it's good to go into this recipe.

if you have thyroid, please do not omit iodized salt from your menu.

coming back to the recipe, add 1/2 cup of pink salt. pulse it again along with the spice powder.

tadaa!! your magic chaat masala is ready. sprinkle on salat, chaat or stir the masala in buttermilk or raita. it goes well in juices and savory treats. i add a variety of homemade flavored salt in an array of recipes.

please share your views on this zara hatke chaat masala alternative. ravneet bhalla would love to hear back and hopefully, I will get a like from you on this video. stay blessed until we meet next. bye bye.


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