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Tajin Fruit and Snack Seasoning, 5.0 oz

4.5 out of 5 stars 222 customer reviews
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  • Tajin Fruit and Snack Seasoning, 5 Oz

Product Description

Tajin Tajin snack and fruit powder seasoner made of ground chile peppers, salt and dehydrated lime juice. Excellent for pizzas, citrus fruit and vegetables like cucumbers and watermelons.


Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces
  • ASIN: B0000GL6RK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (222 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #27,099 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)

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Ingredients

Chile Peppers, Salt, Dehydrated Lime Juice, Silicon Dioxide (To Prevent Caking)

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By Carol Mathis on February 23, 2009
I eat this on everything, because it gives a ton of flavor and almost no calories!

--on cut up apple for a snack
--on WASA crispbread topped with fat-free cottage cheese
--on scambled "eggs" (counterbalances the fact that they're mostly egg whites!!!!)
--sprinkled on vegetable soup
--sprinkled on poached fish

I swear, this stuff is responsible for about half of the 70 pounds I lost. :)
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By Romualdo F. on January 29, 2016
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It's the best one to use for Margarita's, Guacamole, and with mango is simply delicious. I had my first taste during my first trip in Mexico and now I can't live without Tajin...
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By natark on June 24, 2006
I started eating this stuff in Mexico and I am delighted that I can find it here on Amazon. This fruit seasoning is quite addictive, you'll want to start putting it on everything, but I personally think that it tastes best on over-ripe melon of any type. The sweeter the fruit, the more tasty the result!
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Local grocery store had this briefly, I bought 5 bottles for $1.49 each when they discontinued it. Its a really good product, even better when its that cheap.

Food I use it on
Pork chops, adds a uniqueness to a standard plain grilled chop
Chicken breast on a george foreman grill, Adds alot of good flavor to chicken and the juiciness that G.F. grill leaves its awesome. Lime chicken is a great thing
Tacos, sprinkle this on your sour cream.
pretty much any mexican food. Like, i made a quesadila the other day with just cheese, tajin and sour cream. Best snack ive improved in years.
Salsa, Its just a way to kind of spice up any kind of salsa with the added lime flavor.

Food i dont/have not used this on
beef/steaks
fruit, tried it on pineapple didnt like it. Mango i heard was good but did not try.
fish, I dont know how this would be on fish.
A friend of mine said he tried it sprinkled it on ice cream. I thought it was weird but hey, whatever.
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By KimLaLa on January 18, 2012
Growing up in San Antonio we ate this stuff called Lucas that's still around, but was said to contain lead. This tastes just like it. I peel a cucumber, slice it long ways, and squeeze half a lemon on, then sprinkle with this stuff and enjoy. It's so good, for those that like sour snacks. Tastes just like what the ice cream man sold in San Antonio as a kid.
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Found this on our vacation to the Florida Keys - Returned home and couldn't locate locally so checked out Amazon and there it was .... we love Amazon - A fun alternative that works great on chicken or pork for grilling and also fruits (watermelon ) and vegetables (corn on the cob)
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By User on January 27, 2012
I'd never heard of Tajin. In a Mexican restaurant we were served frosted beer mugs with Tajin on the rim! WOW is that good... the waitress showed us the package of Tajin and told us what to use it on. Definitely good as a garnish with drinks!!
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I put this on literally ALL of my fruit now. It's good on watermelon, apples, strawberries, mango, cucumbers, peaches, freaking EVERYTHING!! The little bit of salty/spicy flavor makes everything taste sweeter and just MORE. I really don't know what I was doing with my life before I had this stuff to put on my fruit. Now, I can't be without it.
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