Food·Updated on 7 Jul 2020. Posted on 6 Jul 2020Hey World, It's Time You Get On Board With Chicken Salt On Hot ChipsForget tomato sauce, chicken salt is all you need.by Isha BassiEntertainment ProducerFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink It's come to my attention that there are a lot of people out there, living their lives, unaware of the magical goodness that is chicken salt. ًabby 🦋 @ottosturbulence guys what is chicken salt i need to know 02:46 AM - 30 Jun 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite ghost.corgi @Itzjustmee_3 @Sultan_Sketches One question. What is chicken salt??? Is that like chicken juice infused into salt or no??? I’m now confused 02:22 PM - 22 Jul 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite And honestly, I feel sorry for them because chicken salt is — in my opinion — one of Australia's greatest inventions. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Look at that thiiiiiccccc coating of yellow goodness. Seriously, no hot chips are complete without a good dousing of this flavour bomb. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com It's PACKED with mouth-watering umami and transforms ordinary chips from good, to absolutely freakin' delicious. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com But why stop there? You can use it as a topper on potato cakes (or potato scallops, if that's your vibe), Tater Tots, fried or grilled fish, meat, roast vegetables — the list goes on and on. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Oh, and did I mention that chicken salt is suitable for vegetarians and vegans? View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Yep, you read that right. Despite its name, chicken salt doesn't actually contain any meat or animal ingredients. It's usually made up of salt with "chicken flavouring", which consists of things like paprika, onion, garlic and celery powder. Brands do differ though, so I would double-check the ingredients list to be absolutely sure! If the pictures alone haven't convinced you yet, let me just say that once you've tried this deeply addictive Australian seasoning, regular salt will pale in comparison. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Your chips will feel neglected, naked and honestly, a little sad. Getty Images Tomato sauce (ketchup) will still taste good, but it won't match the highs you felt while licking the excess chicken salt off your fingers. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com And if you won't take my word for it, then listen to the wisdom of this famous American. Mara “Get Rid of the Nazis” Wilson @MaraWilson Australians make chips better than the British. There, I said it 11:06 PM - 23 May 2020 Reply Retweet Favorite FYI Mara Wilson played Matilda in the film adaptation of Roald Dahl's novel. Now, I know chicken salt is hard to find, but this is why you make friends with people who live in Australia. We'll send over the goods because that's the sort of people we are. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF CBS / BuzzFeed In summary: The rest of the world needs to get on board with chicken salt on hot chips because ya'll are SERIOUSLY missing out. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF New Line Cinema / BuzzFeed Trust me, you'll thank me later.