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What is Tajin seasoning and How to use to it
Tajín seasoning is a simple seasoning mix consisting of dried and ground red chilies, sea salt, dehydrated lime juice, and a tiny bit of an anti-caking agent.
There are no artificial flavors, no artificial colorants, no sugar, and no difficult-to-pronounce ingredients.
So how exactly can you use this mildly spicy seasoning? It's good on almost everything, you can think of. In Mexico, locals love to sprinkle it over fresh fruits and vegetables.
It adds a wonderfully fresh, citrusy, and piquant taste to the fruit that combines perfectly with the fruit's natural sweetness. As Tajín likes to say, it adds a "zing" to everything.
For a summer treat it goes well over juicy slices of watermelon and mangos, crunchy bites of apples or slices of cucumbers and jicama. You can sprinkle it over any of
your favorite fruits or vegetables. Use the seasoning mix in marinades or spice rubs for chicken, fish, shrimp, and even steak for a completely different flavor.
For those of you that love popcorn, next time sprinkle some Tajín over the kernels—it's delicious! There really isn't much that Tajín doesn't taste great on.