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Shoppers Are Divided Over Praise's Chicken Salt Mayo For Chips

Shoppers Are Divided Over Praise's Chicken Salt Mayo For Chips

Chicken salt is a revered part of Australia's culinary scene and it seems to be pretty unique to the country. Mayonnaise is also a brilliant condiment to have on pretty much everything and anything.

But what if these two greats were fused together?

Well, thanks to Praise, you can now have a go of it yourself and it seems like the mashup has certainly divided shoppers. The Chicken Salt Mayo was released last month to much fanfare, mainly because it's only $4 at the supermarket.

But, people have now had time to have their say and Aussies can't agree on whether it's a gift from the Gods or something straight from hell.

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One foodie wrote: "It's a flavour that if it's your thing, regardless of what brand you buy it in, the flavour is relatively the same across the board. And whatever this is? It just doesn't have it. Was really odd. And quite a shame."

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Another said: "I never have plain salt like ever it's always chicken salt and I was excited to try this Mayo but was disappointed."

However some thought it was delicious, with one shopper saying: "I can confirm that the Chicken Salt Chip Mayo is amazing!"

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A different user added: "Just sent this to my husband and told him I'm leaving and have found my new lover."

Praise has also revealed Chilli Jam, Beetroot Style Mayo and Vegan Aioli as part of their new range of condiments, which all sound outrageously good.

If you're scratching your head wondering what all the fuss is about chicken salt then you clearly haven't tried it.

It was first created in in Tumby Bay, South Australia by Peter Brinkworth back in 1942. It was primarily being sold in fish and chip shops before it exploded in popularity and became one of Australia's most beloved seasonings.

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Topics: Food, Australia

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