Reddit Reddit reviews Tajín Clásico Seasoning 5 oz

We found 30 Reddit comments about Tajín Clásico Seasoning 5 oz. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Tajín Clásico Seasoning 5 oz
FLAVORFUL INGREDIENTS: The Tajin Clasico Seasoning is made with a unique blend of lime, mild chili peppers, and sea salt that brings out the flavor of your favorite foods, fruits and veggiesA UNIQUE ZING TO YOUR FOOD: Known to add the perfect balance of zing to food, the Tajin Mexican seasoning offers a one-of-a-kind taste added to some of your favorite dishesSEASONING FOR ALL KINDS OF DISHES: You can try this Tajin chili seasoning with fruits and veggies, meats, poultry, salads, popcorn, and even drinks, adding a layer of spice into recipes you know and loveADDS FLAVORFUL HEAT: No need to worry about the heat from this Tajin chili seasoning because our blend ensures that the sensation will be more flavorful rather than hotOUR COMMITMENT: We value, recognize and develop the potential of our human resources, respecting the dignity of the individual; We commit to be the best in all that we are and do, leading with our innovation; a result of our passion for the consumer
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30 Reddit comments about Tajín Clásico Seasoning 5 oz:

u/Zombie_Lover · 14 pointsr/Cooking

And sometimes an acidic element. Sometimes something is just too rich, but still lacking something even if well salted. A tiny squeeze of lemon or lime can often brighten it and release a much more complex flavor profile. I keep a jar of Tajin around just for this situation. It really comes in handy.

u/nocontactnotpossible · 11 pointsr/1200isplenty

Jicama is a root veggie that is similar in texture and taste to a cross between a pear, apple, and potato.

The skin peels off effortlessly and it's easy to cut and fun to eat!

It's only 38 calories and 9carbs per 100g. I like to eat it with sliced cucumber and a sprinkling of tajin seasoning which is lime juice, salt, and chili pepper-not spicy but very flavorful.

u/RishFush · 7 pointsr/sex

I'll do my "fighter's meal". It's what I eat before I go to my Muay Thai class.

Avocado with this stuff on it. 2 Roma tomatoes with lemon juice on them. Some slices of Havarti cheese. A banana. A protein shake (milk and this stuff). Multivitamin, fish oil, vitamin D. And a whole lot of water throughout.

That'll give me a high, constant energy level for the next 4 hours. If I start getting tired or hungry, I'll devour one of these.

The main goal is healthy fats, fiber, protein, and no processed foods. That'll give you a nice steady energy source with no crashes and no foggy brain.

u/NextFlightHome · 6 pointsr/foodhacks

I use Tajin on almost everything. It's a Mexican chili/lime seasoning. Maybe what you crave?

u/AmyLynn4104 · 4 pointsr/EatCheapAndHealthy

Sliced up with a sprinkling of Tajin. Just the cukes or add some mango & jicama.

u/SoManyTrolls5-0 · 3 pointsr/TopSecretRecipes

Skip a few steps and get this. You'll need to add heat, but it's close.

u/Egon_Loeser · 3 pointsr/hotsauce

The chili lime spice is basically Tajin, which is what all the fruit carts in LA use.

u/LittleHelperRobot · 2 pointsr/Coachella


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u/0six0four · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Oh that Tajin Fruit and Snack Seasoning Haven't had that in so long! I would recommend it to everyone!

u/No_volvere · 2 pointsr/Albany

You won't be disappointed. The tajin is the most important part IMO. I throw some in the glass as well as the rim, You can get it at Walmart in the Hispanic Foods section.

u/plaitedlight · 2 pointsr/veganrecipes

Hummus is great to dip all kinds of raw veggies in, especially cucumber.

How about lime juice and salt. Or Tajin.

Or Ssamjang Korean Seasoned Soybean paste

u/KidCadaver · 2 pointsr/Wishlist

This stuff. ("Ground chile peppers, salt and dehydrated lime juice.") They were offering sample packs of it yesterday in Adventureland, and I always get a giant pickle while I'm there, so the woman was like "Trust me. Put the chili mix on the pickle."

Oh my god it's so fucking delicious I could cry. I immediately bought a huge thing of it at our grocery store this morning, along with two massive jars of pickles, and let's be real they'll be gone by tonight.

u/jofijk · 2 pointsr/Cooking

Also, eating the ripe mango with some of this stuff sprinkled on top is absolutely delicious.

u/Vinaka · 2 pointsr/AskReddit

Quesadilla with Cheese, Green Onions, and Tajin!

u/binkkit · 2 pointsr/keto

Get a bottle of Tajín for your avocado-eating pleasure. It's bangin' on eggs, too.

u/m2cwf · 2 pointsr/rage

Protip: Highly recommend Tajin seasoning for bloody Mary/Caesar rimjob. Good stuff!

u/alainagris · 2 pointsr/EatCheapAndHealthy

Tajin seasoning! Cut up your banana and sprinkle on top. I also like my bananas cold.

u/doctorchile · 2 pointsr/houston

Most vendors will also use this. It’s used throughout Mexico.

Here’s the amazon link, but they sell them at target and most grocery stores.

Tajin seasoning

u/ScribblerJack · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Mathematical! :-D This please? - They stopped selling a salt candy that I used to eat as a kid and this is the alternative. Craving it so hard!

u/nineknives · 1 pointr/Coachella

Tajin powder is mostly crushed peppers, salt, and citrus. It's the slightly spicy, somewhat salty chili powder rim they put on red beer/michelada. It really peps up a mellow Mexican beer.

u/boundone · 1 pointr/Cooking

Just about every grocery store has this in the spice or the Mexican section:

u/HR7-Q · 1 pointr/news

Fuck all that salt nonsense. Get yourself some of this tasty shit and go full on Mexican with your watermelon. Also, I'd recommend getting it from a farmer's market or roadside seller rather than the supermarket.

u/HelloYesThisIsDuck · 1 pointr/atheism
u/Zombies_Are_Dead · 1 pointr/Cooking

Most major grocery stores will carry Tajin. It's a Mexican fruit/vegetable flavoring that consists of salt, chili powder (not spicy) and citric acid. I use it on grilled chicken and pork as well.

u/Ounceofwhiskey · 1 pointr/4hourbodyslowcarb

Breakfast and dinner can both be fairly simple meat/veggie/beans. If you're staying at a single campsite and have coolers to store your food, anyways. Beans can be come from cans or you can pack them dry and soak them the night before somewhere at your site and cooked in a pot over the fire. Carrots, zucchini, broccoli, and other veggies can be stored and kept fresh and are easy enough to grill. The carrots and zucchini can also be used in kebabs with sweet peppers and chicken or steak.

Lunch isn't as easy in my head. An insulated lunch bag with deli meat or cold, cooked chicken and snacking veggies like carrot sticks, cucumber, etc tossed with Tajin or something similar.

u/bubbo · 1 pointr/entwives

I do thin sliced avocado on top of the mayo. I always debate putting lettuce on a sandwich because of the barrier effect. Sometimes the mayo to tomato to avocado to cheese rainbow is pretty delicious.

How do you feel about multiple meats?

Also [this](] between mayo and tomato is delicious.

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u/reddexx · 1 pointr/Stronglifts5x5

Never heard of Old Bay, thanks I'll check it out. If you haven't heard of it, try Tajin seasoning on your fruits/vegs to make them amazing.