Chicken Salt

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31 comments

  1. AnthonyJ’s avatar

    Fish sauce.

  2. AnthonyJ’s avatar

    Eagle rock.

  3. Anonymous’s avatar

    Fish sauce

  4. Anthony’s avatar

    Fish Sauce?

  5. Reid’s avatar

    Hi Anthony,

    Chicken salt? What’s that?

  6. Anthony’s avatar

    Don’t rightly know but somebody was piling it on their chips.

    Salt that just pretends to be salty?

  7. Robert’s avatar

    Mmm… chicken salt: “even though the name may suggest it has a chicken flavour, there are no chicken extracts or concentrates added which adds to it’s versatility.”

    You learn something new every day.

    I love the stuff.

  8. Robert’s avatar

    Apparently people often think it contains chicken.

  9. Anthony’s avatar

    Hey choice link on the second comment but if it doesn’t contain chicken and it isn’t exclusively for chicken what the hell is chicken doing there?

  10. FXH’s avatar

    Don’t laugh. I used to buy JANES KRAZY MIXED UP SALT by the half dozen every time I saw it available.In fact our family came to regard it as a staple and one important food group. We had it on sardines, tomatoes, spuds, meat, bread and olive oil and anything else we could shake it on.

    Then all of a sudden about 6 months ago I couldn’t find it ANYWHERE. I looked up the web – No Australian contact for distribution.

    So in a panic I eventuially bought a whole lot of cheep imitations and schlock ups. One of these was Chicken Salt. No way did it approach Janes but let me tell you – when your are addicted even ground up cold and flu pills have their attractions.

  11. Anthony’s avatar

    Janes Krazy Mixed Up Salt – that K makes it even krazier. I remember seeing it at a few international stores back in Japan but not over here. I’ll keep a beady eye out- we may just be getting stock in from over East here. As for ground up cold tablets, it’s Sudies or nothing – don’t let them pharmacists bully you into generics.

  12. Santos’s avatar

    i noticed the same company makes something called buffalo mix. i suppose i shouldn’t expect any instant buffalo then.

    [ground up sudies]

    you kids today!

  13. Anthony’s avatar

    I’d like an instant Buffalo, but now I’m sad there isn’t one.

  14. Avatar’s avatar

    Is it anything like Chicken In a Biskit? Mmmm… disodium inosinate. Even better, disodium guanylate. Yum!

    Love your blog, Anthony. You made me crave yabbies.

  15. Anthony’s avatar

    For the love of god, that triangle on the packet makes it look like a process diagram. My hunch is chicken salt is evil – garlic powder there’s one way to have garlic and it’s not in fooking powder,

    Cheers for the compliment, and from a fellow sweary gemini too. Yabbies – good.

  16. Lewis E. Moten III’s avatar

    Sounds nasty.

  17. Anthony’s avatar

    Hello Lewis.
    It is. Any more geminis out there?

  18. Robert’s avatar

    It is.

    How dare you!

    Chicken salt is one of the best inventions, ever.

    Mind you, I don’t enjoy it as much as one boy I knew.

    I used to catch the train home from Perth to Warwick every day after school. There was this buck-toothed kid from the junior school who caught the same train, and every day he would go to the Trackside Deli and take one of the paper bags they used to serve hot chips. But he wouldn’t eat chips.

    No, he’d shake as much salt into the bag as he could before the proprietor told him to piss off. And then he’d eat it. All of it.

    It was one of the most disgusting things I have ever seen. And he did it almost every day.

  19. Anthony’s avatar

    Oh come on Rob, a better invention than the Bedazzler?

    Something very odd about the teenage palate, I used to sit down and get through a whole tube of condensed milk.

    Funny old world blogging, spend half a day making something and you get two comments, two nouns and three punctuation marks and whammo.

  20. Santos’s avatar

    i noticed that too. spend too much time setting up a shot and/or coming up with a recipe, turns out the only person interested is me. or you.

  21. Anthony’s avatar

    but hey, so we’re our own biggest fans. I’d comment just about on everything you put out but then I’d be in stalker territory.

  22. Santos’s avatar

    nah, that doesn’t make you a stalker, that makes you bored in the suburbs.

    god, which is worse?

  23. Anthony’s avatar

    boring in the suburbs

  24. Anonymous’s avatar

    what the hell is in chicken salt? i have been told there is chin scrappings of a cow in it. sombody plz help me find an answer, i have searched basically everywhere on the net. i think i might go to the supermarket and look at the ingredients. but there will probably be a huge list of ingredients that i have no idea what they mean.arrrrghh

  25. Anthony’s avatar

    Chicken salt

    No chicken or beef chins in it.

  26. Worried smek’s avatar

    not beef chins, skin scrappings off a cows chin. if it is true i will be very disturbed as i just ate chips and chicken salt and then it came up in the convo

  27. worried smek’s avatar

    they could class cow skin scrappings as “natural flavour” i mean the natural flavour of what? i am even more confused?

  28. Anonymous’s avatar

    WHAT IS Jane’s Krazy Mixed Up Salt? It can’t be salt with an identity crisis, can it? Or with multiple personalities? And if it’s so mixed up, why do so many people love it? I’ve got a recipe that calls for it, but if I don’t have to spend a ton of money to have it shipped here, I’d be willing to substitute a homemade version. (As long as I don’t have to add instant buffalo, that is.)

  29. Anonymous’s avatar

    Krazy Jane’s as I call it is the best seasoning ever made. It is magical on meat. It goes great with grilled vegatables, and I use it on roasted red potatoes. It is my secret ingredient. My wife ased me “what are you going to do if they stop making that stuff?” I said I would have to buy many cases in the unlikely event that the unthinkable should happen.

  30. Anonymous’s avatar

    Description:
    A lightly seasoned salt with a natural chicken flavour. An excellent compliment to chips, chicken and anywhere a seasoning salt may be used. Add after cooking.
    Ingredients:
    Salt, dairy solids, rice flour, hydrolysed vegetable protein (soy and corn), wheat starch, yeast extract, chicken fat, sugar, vegetable powders, hydrolysed corn/wheat/soy protein, corn syrup, monosodium gluramate (E0621), herbs spices and/or extracts, tricalcium phosphate (E341iii), Vegetable oil – soy bean (refined), disodium isonate (E0631), disodium guanylate (E0627), benzyl alcohol, butylated hydr anisole (E0320), Citric Acid (E0330).

    for all those who said there is no chicken in chicken salt. Unless of course you find the one below.

    Description Vegan Chicken Salt
    Features Vegan Chicken Salt, and with no MSG! Just ignore the picture of a roast dinner on the front of the box…
    Ingredients Sea Salt, Paprika, Black Pepper, Onion, White Pepper, Garlic, Thyme, Sage, Nutmeg.

  31. Anonymous’s avatar

    chicken salt is supposed to be ground chicken bones salt cooked in chicken fat but is usually just msg and god knows what

    NOW YOU KNOW SUCKAS

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