SHRI GURU KRIPA Chaat Masala was used to flavour different types of chaat. Aloo Tikki, Papdi Chaat, Pani Puri, salads and more.
All the spices that make up chaat masala are highly nutritious and provide nutrients such as:
Mango powder, asafoetida and cumin are all popular ingredients in chat masala and are also good sources of iron and calcium. Cumin is another good source of these minerals and also contains magnesium.
The dried chili peppers in chaat masala contain significant amounts of vitamin A. Cumin also contains vitamin A, while asafoetida contains riboflavin and niacin. Riboflavin and niacin are both B vitamins. Coriander seeds provide a modest but still substantial amount of vitamin C.
Among the antioxidants in the chaat masala spice is ferulic acid, derived from asafoetida. Ginger contains various essential oils, including gingerols. Vitamins A and C are also known as antioxidants.
Ginger, black peppercorns, and coriander are all known for their digestive benefits, including their ability to reduce gas and bloating.
Research has shown cumin to be a promising treatment for diabetes. Certain compounds in cumin alleviate some of the effects of high blood sugar.
Cumin, Coriander, Black Pepper, Dry Mango Powder, Black Salt, Himalayan Pink Salt, Red Chilli, Asafetida, Natural Dehydrated Lemon Powder, Cloves, Cardamom