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    Recipes with Tajin seasoning

    I love Tajin, I want to try some recipes that incorporate Tajin in the seasoning. Does anyone have any recipes to share?
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    #2
    I don’t have any recipes but it seems suited to fish tacos and dipped limes for tequila shots.

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      #3
      It goes on nearly anything...

      Go to the source:
      https://www.tajin.com/us/recipe-finder

      But also, sprinkle on watermelon.

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      • pkadare
        pkadare commented
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        The ribs, adapted to a proper smoke sound amazing. Thanks Potkettleblack!

      • Steve R.
        Steve R. commented
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        I will trying those ribs (smoked) for sure!

      • Potkettleblack
        Potkettleblack commented
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        Yeah, just smoke the ribs and sauce late... I might add a bit of brown sugar to the tajin for the rub... just to bark better.

      #4
      Stop it, Stop it, now I got to get some in a store near me.

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        #5
        Thanks potkettleblack

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          #6
          We use it on corn on the cob with some Mayo to create a cheap and tasty version of elote corn. Delicious.

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          • IFindZeroBadCooks
            IFindZeroBadCooks commented
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            Sprinkle some Mexican cheese too!

          • Potkettleblack
            Potkettleblack commented
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            The cotija makes it...

          #7
          Looks like some interesting stuff. Chili peppers could mean who knows peppers which could be cool. No sugar or any other junk. Got to try it. By what I see I think Potkettleblack is right, looks good on anything.

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            #8
            Rub the rim of your glass with lime and dip in Tajin. Then fill the glass with a michelada or your favorite Bloody Mary recipe. And what was mentioned above: watermelon, honeydew, etc.

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              #9
              The best use is on the rim of a freshly made spicy margarita. Second best use on a rim of a michelada.

              As far as food, sprinkle some on fresh mango, papaya, honeydew, etc. Also on frozen ice pops too. I haven't cooked with it besides also using it on freshly grilled and buttered corn. Bet it would be a great topping on french fries or roasted potatoes.

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                #10
                How is it that I've never heard of "Tajin" before this?!?!?! Argh. I've sworn off spice purchases until I deplete the 100+ bottles in the pantry already!

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                • Potkettleblack
                  Potkettleblack commented
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                  You need a critical mass of Mexican Americans in your grocery service area... It's in nearly every store in Chicago...

                • jfmorris
                  jfmorris commented
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                  Potkettleblack I think we are at critical mass here - I've just not been aware of this particular spice, and have probably walked past it many times.

                • Potkettleblack
                  Potkettleblack commented
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                  You might have different Chili Lime seasoning, like Badia. In the latin/ethnic whatever they call it in your store. Or with the fruit, like mangos.

                #11
                It is really good. It is not spicy it is a perfect blend of spices, acidity, and salt.

                I just tried some on my Tri tip tonight as a finishing seasoning and it was fabulous.

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                  #12
                  I found this l… Harry Soo. https://youtu.be/P-WqJqQXu14

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                  • Potkettleblack
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                    The man is an absolute wizard...
                    And now I have to watch 40 videos to learn the backyard trim of Harry Soo and the whole process... DAMMIT!

                  #13
                  Put it on fruit. For instance, grill so e watermelon or mango and then put it on that.

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                    #14
                    Last week I had a huge Mexican restaurant margarita on the rocks. I’m usually a beer guy. Tajin seasoning was on the rim and it was fantastic! Gonna buy some and experiment.

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                    • Potkettleblack
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                      A tajin seasoned lime on a light flavored mexican beer is pretty lit too.

                    #15
                    I cant remember where I saved this recipe from but it is delicious for the rim of a glass of a mango margarita.


                    MANGO MARGARITAS
                    • 1 ripe mango, cubed (~1 cup or 157 g)*
                    • 1 cup (240 ml) orange juice
                    • 2 small limes, juiced (~1 ounce)
                    • 2.5 -3 ounces (73 - 88 ml) silver tequila (depending on preferred strength of drink)
                    • 1 ounce (29.5 ml) triple sec or orange liqueur
                    • Dash hot sauce (optional)
                    • 1-3 (15-45 ml) Tbsp agave nectar or maple syrup (depending on sweetness of mango)

                    CHILI SALT RIM
                    • 1 lime wedge for rimming
                    • 1.5 tsp Tajin (or 1 tsp chili powder + 1/4 tsp sea salt)

                    Instructions
                    1. Add all margarita ingredients to a blender and blend until creamy and smooth. Taste and adjust sweetness / strength of alcohol as desired.
                    2. To chill, either blend in a large handful of ice cubes to make a frozen margarita, or transfer half of the mixture to a cocktail shaker with plenty of ice and shake vigorously.
                    3. Rim serving glasses with a lime wedge and immediately dip in salt/chili powder mixture (or sub just salt or sugar), and fill with 1 large ice cube or several small. Pour over margarita and garnish with lime wedge.

                    Notes

                    *To make a frozen blended margarita, you could also start with frozen mangos and omit the ice as instructed!
                    Last edited by AdequateEatin; June 25, 2021, 09:58 AM.

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                    • Rfhd69
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                      Nice!

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