Sea Salt is a crunchier alternative to smaller crystals. It can of course be combined with a number of other seasonings.
There are Barbecue seasonings available, but if you would like to make your own you will need to mix up small quantities of Paprika, Chilli Powder, Cayenne Pepper, Ground Mustard, Garlic Salt, Onion Powder and Sugar. To this, you can experiment further by adding additional ingredients or quantities to alter the taste to your preference.
Mustard Flavoring will require Mustard Powder, and possibly some Sugar, if you are that way inclined.
Cheese & Onion
Grated Parmesan Cheese Powder from the supermarket can mix in well with Salt and Pepper for a surprisingly nice cheesy flavor. Add Onion Powder to make it as near to Cheese & Onion as you can.
For Cajun Flavor you can whip up another concoction featuring your spice jars – Paprika, Cayenne Pepper, Oregano, Thyme, Garlic Powder, Black Pepper and Salt.
Chicken & Thyme
Chicken & Thyme is a popular flavour among Homemade Chips & Crisps aficionados. Add a Chicken Bouillon Cube (Stock Cube) to a touch of thyme. Again, you can add Hot Chilli Powder and Onion Salt.
We have not tried this, but we did find a recipe for it on the Internet, and as we are fairly obsessed by the notion of Seaweed Potato Snacks, we thought we should add it here – Ground Nori Seaweed Powder, Toasted Sesame Seeds, Garlic Salt and Wasabi Powder. Interesting.
As is plain Wasabi Powder Flavor – I am sure there is some of that at the back of the cupboard somewhere...
Salt & Vinegar
Adding Vinegar to make Salt & Vinegar Flavor is a bit trial and error. We have added Vinegar to the water prior to drying. You can obviously always just dash a bit here and there with the Salt.
Hot & Spicy
Similarly, and even more simply, Chilli Pepper, Paprika or Cayenne Pepper on their own, make nice and easy Chips & Crisps with a kick.