Tajín Seasoning

Tajín Seasoning

Chile peppers + salt + dehydrated lime juice = Mexican sunshine in a shaker jar.

Just a little sprinkle of Tajín Clásico wakes up all kinds of dishes. I’ve had it on mangoes, fresh coconut, roast sweet corn, nopal (cactus) salads, and (of course) watermelon.

Tajín Seasoning

Tajín adds a tasty salty tang with a little bit of heat that brightens up whatever you shake it on.It’s the perfect seasoning for all of the summer produce that’s ripe right now.

Next up – Tajín Bloody Marys.

The Nutrition:
Calories – nada. Weight Watchers points – nada.

One year ago – Slashed Cornell Chicken Quarters
Two years ago – Spatchcocked Gremolata Chicken

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