Updated: May 3, 2020
I've been wanting to try this for a while. Thinking way back, early 2000's a chef I met talked to me about how they would roast chicken with chicken paste on it or season it with chicken bouillon at the end of cooking. I didn't pay attention to it.
While reading something, chicken salt was mentioned. I researched it and saw some recipes. I based this recipe on the Big Island Seasoning Salt. Also, I like using granulated onion and garlic instead of powder (I think that it stays mixed better).
Try it on homemade chips, french fries or dusting it on your fried chicken. I keep spice containers after it's empty and keep it in it. If there is a shaker top, even better. It'll make it easier putting the seasoning on.
I'm ordering some soy powder to see how it would taste in here. I'll let you know when it comes in.
Home fried potato crisps with chicken salt.
E ai ka kou (let's eat)!
110 g Salt, kosher
40 g Chicken Bouillon, I used the Knorr Brand granules
35 g Garlic, granulated
30 g Onion, granulated
20 g Sweet Paprika (smokey paprika added a different flavor)
3 g Black Pepper
1 g Celery Seeds
Mix all ingredients well.
Store in airtight container, especially if you're in a humid environment.
When you make this, please post a picture, tag me and use #cookingwithclay. I would love to see how your Chicken Salt looks like and what you used it on.