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Did you know?

The word ‘Chaat’ is derived from Hindi and Prakrit and means to lick, eat noisily and devour with relish.
While its origins are lost in time, it is now a popular snack in homes & roadside stalls across India.
With iron, calcium, and vitamins A, B and C, chaat masala is not just flavourful but healthy too.

Take the #DroolNotChallenge over Chaat Masala

Ah drop it! It will be pretty hard not to salivate over India’s favourite evening snack, Chaat. Be it aloo chaat, dahi puri, panipuri, ragda patties or samosa chaat, resistance is futile.

The story of the origins of this popular snack is shrouded in mystery. Legend has it that once upon a time, during the reign of Shah Jahan, when illnesses kept him from devouring the heavily-spiced dishes, his chefs were instructed to prepare light-on-the-palate foods. This, eventually, led to the birth of chaat food. And to flavour these ‘light’ foods, the usual masalas, somehow, didn’t do the trick. Thus came to life, chaat masala.

With time, Chaat Masala gained its popularity throughout India and now serves as the ultimate seasoning to a variety of snacks and other dishes. Its customary function is to add a spicy, salty and sour punch to the dishes, and a proportion may be sprinkled before or after cooking.

The Tata Sampann Advantage

With the recipe designed by Chef Sanjeev Kapoor, Tata Sampann Chaat Masala uses only the freshest ingredients, spices selectively picked from the best of farms. The ingredients are all cleaned, sorted and crushed finely, employing international standards of processing. They are scientifically sterilised and packed to retain their natural goodness and ensure consistent quality. None of the spices used in Tata Sampann masalas have their essential oils extracted, ensuring you get the full nutritional benefit of the product.

The Tata Sampann Chaat Masala ingredients include mango powder (28.7%), salt, chilli, cumin (2.5%), ginger (0.5%), pepper (1.5%), clove (0.1%), ajowan (0.45%), kachri powder, pomegranate seed powder, mint powder (2.5%), and asafoetida.

Health benefits(1)

  • Rich source of proteins and vitamins
  • Lowers cholesterol
  • Lowers diabetes
  • Improves digestion and is an appetite stimulant
  • Contains anti-oxidative properties
  • Ensures regular bowel movement
  • Contains natural detoxifiers
  • Prevents hypertension
  • Controls blood pressure and heart rate
  • Boosts immunity

Nutrition Guru says:(2)

A purity test can be performed at home for checking the Chaat Masala for adulterants.

Testing for sawdust
haldi Root Test 1 1.
Add a teaspoon of Chaat Masala to a glass of water. Stir gently.
haldi Root Test 2 2.
If the masala is adulterated, it will descend.
haldi Root Test 3 3.
After it settles, the saw dust will float on the surface.

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