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American chip salt just £1.00 @ Asda!

£1.00 @ Asda
This is AMAZING stuff Its a mixture on salt, paprika, garlic, ginger and some other stuff :) Put it on chips, wedges, pizza etc They charge 50p at my local takeaway just to sprinkle it on! N…
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2y, 2m agoFound 2 years, 2 months ago
This is AMAZING stuff

Its a mixture on salt, paprika, garlic, ginger and some other stuff :)
Put it on chips, wedges, pizza etc

They charge 50p at my local takeaway just to sprinkle it on!

Normally can only get it on ebay for around £5

Just a quid at asda :)

>>>>>

In bulk here 2.5KG bags ;-)

http://www.sausageseasonings.co.uk/Assorted-Mixes--Casings/American-Chip-Spice-Bulk-Pack-6x2.5kg.Html?cPath=&wizid=vv1tkulk4t4tnln0gnbu49rv57
- 008

Above works out at £2.66 a Kilo ;-)
- 008

Plus £7 p+p
= £3.22 a kg
- solonely

Ingredients: Salt, Mono-sodium Glutamate, Tomato Powder, Paprika (11%), Onion, Garlic.
- kazza242
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Unless you have an allergy what exactly is the problem with MSG?

Some bad science a long time ago declared it toxic and people have believed that crap ever since.
There are very few issues with MSG unless you are sensitive to it (which the vast minority are).

Same thing with gluten intolerance.... that is pretty much **** as well unless you are coeliac.
9 Likes
moz119
It's addictive stuff, bought from my local asda about a year ago.
Thats the MSG :p

Edited By: joedastudd on Jan 08, 2015 12:46: smilie
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http://www.americanchipspice.co.uk/

https://d2npbuaakacvlz.cloudfront.net/images/uploaded/large-present/2013/4/26/american-chip-spice-1366973922.JPG

According to wikipedia, "Chip spice, originated in Kingston upon Hull and mainly contains salt and spices (such as paprika) and also contains tomato powder."

I come from Yorkshire and every fish and chip shop there has a tub of it on the counter to sprinkle on your food.

looks like chip spice is to Hull what the Parmo is to Middlesbrough, ie. the further away you get from it's home town the less likely you are to see it at your local takeaway

Taken from here. I live in Hull and I can confirm all this. Very nice stuff. Some people get addicted to it and put in on everything..

Edited By: TaylorBA on Jan 08, 2015 13:00

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4 Likes #1
Your local takeaway must be laughing their socks off! 50p a sprinkle! wow
1 Like #2
This stuff is real nice, although I have not seen it local here in the Teesside area.
#3
JC2MULTIPLAYER000
Your local takeaway must be laughing their socks off! 50p a sprinkle! wow

Yep, chips £1 chips with chip spice £1.50.
#4
Marek
This stuff is real nice, although I have not seen it local here in the Teesside area.

I have never seen it in my asda until yesterday.
#5
Which aisle did you find it? With normal salt?
#6
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woolly_saver
Which aisle did you find it? With normal salt?


Yep on the bottom shelf
#7
Shame it's not online
#8
Is it national??
#9
hope it's in mine :)
#10
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chezzabelle
Is it national??


I inagine so, be a bit random just to sell it in one store.
#11
It's addictive stuff, bought from my local asda about a year ago.
#12
JackRH1
JC2MULTIPLAYER000
Your local takeaway must be laughing their socks off! 50p a sprinkle! wow

Yep, chips £1 chips with chip spice £1.50.
Free sprinkle in our local chippy.
#13
Cool will pop into asda at the wkend :-)
#14
used to love this when I lived in Hull. if I remember correctly it's a mixture of salt, MSG, onion powder and paprika. whatever it is, it tastes awesome.
#15
Anyone post a pic please so I know what to look for? Thanks
9 Likes #16
moz119
It's addictive stuff, bought from my local asda about a year ago.
Thats the MSG :p

Edited By: joedastudd on Jan 08, 2015 12:46: smilie
#17
Lovely stuff on steaming hot chippys..... No doubt the diet police will have something to say about this though. Mega heat added :3
1 Like #18
Taste like TGI Fridays fries?

Edited By: jonconlon on Jan 08, 2015 12:41
1 Like #19
This stuff is great, and I buy mine on Amazon. Never understood why it was called American chip spice - it comes from Hull!
1 Like #20
Mmmmmmmm unhealthy.
#21
Going to my ASDA after work in a few hours, another thing to add to my list! Thanks
3 Likes #22
So when folk say 'My local Asda' wouldn't it be easier to say 'Asda Doncaster' (if you're from Doncaster that is)

a lot of ambiguity on this site drives me mental would save loads of time and running about if folk named their towns in posts

Edited By: johneem on Jan 08, 2015 12:44
#23
from their website:

"Since March 2014 American Chip Spice has been available in ASDA in the hull area. This has been a huge success and ASDA are now looking at stocking American Chip Spice in more stores. Ask in-store to see if your local ASDA is a stockist.

Morrisons supermarkets are also an American Chip Spice stockist."

Ingredients: Salt, Paprika, Tomato Powder, Monosodium Glutamate, Onion, Garlic.


Edited By: valerydarcy on Jan 08, 2015 12:47
2 Likes #24
good of them to put in MSG
3 Likes #25
megaman666
from their website:

"Since March 2014 American Chip Spice has been available in ASDA in the hull area. This has been a huge success and ASDA are now looking at stocking American Chip Spice in more stores. Ask in-store to see if your local ASDA is a stockist.

Morrisons supermarkets are also an American Chip Spice stockist."

Ingredients: Salt, Paprika, Tomato Powder, Monosodium Glutamate, Onion, Garlic.

Nice one, I've been meaning to add MSG to my diet more, brings out a great umami flavour.

That's why you highlighted it, right?
2 Likes #26
eslick
good of them to put in MSG

I know....I can sprinkle this over my Monster Munch for a double shot !! :D

Cheers OP !
1 Like #27
Monkeybumcheeks
eslick
good of them to put in MSG

I know....I can sprinkle this over my Monster Munch for a double shot !! :D

Cheers OP !

sadly no, no msg in monster munch any more, good for me though as its a killer :)
4 Likes #28
eslick
Monkeybumcheeks
eslick
good of them to put in MSG
I know....I can sprinkle this over my Monster Munch for a double shot !! :D
Cheers OP !
sadly no, no msg in monster munch any more, good for me though as its a killer :)

No worries....I'll just double up on the sprinkle (_;)
banned#29
See you at the doctors!
9 Likes #30
http://www.americanchipspice.co.uk/

https://d2npbuaakacvlz.cloudfront.net/images/uploaded/large-present/2013/4/26/american-chip-spice-1366973922.JPG

According to wikipedia, "Chip spice, originated in Kingston upon Hull and mainly contains salt and spices (such as paprika) and also contains tomato powder."

I come from Yorkshire and every fish and chip shop there has a tub of it on the counter to sprinkle on your food.

looks like chip spice is to Hull what the Parmo is to Middlesbrough, ie. the further away you get from it's home town the less likely you are to see it at your local takeaway

Taken from here. I live in Hull and I can confirm all this. Very nice stuff. Some people get addicted to it and put in on everything..

Edited By: TaylorBA on Jan 08, 2015 13:00
#31
TaylorBA
http://www.americanchipspice.co.uk/https://d2npbuaakacvlz.cloudfront.net/images/uploaded/large-present/2013/4/26/american-chip-spice-1366973922.JPG
According to wikipedia, "Chip spice, originated in Kingston upon Hull and mainly contains salt and spices (such as paprika) and also contains tomato powder."
I come from Yorkshire and every fish and chip shop there has a tub of it on the counter to sprinkle on your food.
looks like chip spice is to Hull what the Parmo is to Middlesbrough, ie. the further away you get from it's home town the less likely you are to see it at your local takeaway

Good research there mate, I like your style and dedication to the cause X)
10 Likes #32
Unless you have an allergy what exactly is the problem with MSG?

Some bad science a long time ago declared it toxic and people have believed that crap ever since.
There are very few issues with MSG unless you are sensitive to it (which the vast minority are).

Same thing with gluten intolerance.... that is pretty much **** as well unless you are coeliac.
#33
must try this :p
#34
None in Milton Keynes so I guess it must be a northern thing...:(
#35
Where is your local Asda? lol
#36
Jetpac
Unless you have an allergy what exactly is the problem with MSG?Some bad science a long time ago declared it toxic and people have believed that crap ever since.There are very few issues with MSG unless you are sensitive to it (which the vast minority are).Same thing with gluten intolerance.... that is pretty much **** as well unless you are coeliac.

theres nothing really wrong with it, people claim it causes headaches, sickness etc, but there have not been any real conclusive tests to prove.

MSG can be naturally occuring in some foods, its essentially salt (sodium) and amino acid (glutamate), but the MSG in this case is the chemically fermented sugar (essentially) that isnt rly like the natural one at all. Its claimed to be addictive etc.. I think its more frowned on as a 'cheat' rather than actually being really bad for you.
[helper] 1 Like #37
HOT for a quid ;-)

For those who really love it and want to use it everyday, forever oO

http://www.sausageseasonings.co.uk/Assorted-Mixes--Casings/American-Chip-Spice-Bulk-Pack-6x2.5kg.Html?cPath=&wizid=vv1tkulk4t4tnln0gnbu49rv57

6 x 2.5kg packs for £39.99!

http://www.sausageseasonings.co.uk/images/products/357americanchipspiceu37.jpg
1 Like #38
First time i've heard of this- does it make chips spicey?

Anyway i have a craving for chips so im going to add heat!:3
#39
Still quite expensive tbh at £10/kg
#40
Surely the American use of the word chip relates to our equivalent of crisps?

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