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Tajin seasoning

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Has anyone any of this companies seasonings yet? It seems they are advertising it a lot on TV.

http://www.tajin.com/en-us/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taj%C3%A...

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  1. Tajin is nothing new. I have used it for years. It is a staple seasoning in a Mexican kitchen. Maybe they are just now advertising where you live?

    1. This is your basic salt, chile and lime seasoning. Works great on a lot of different things, but especially on fruit. Most Mexican markets have carried it for years. A lot of the mainstream markets in areas with large hispanic populations are also carrying it.

      Inexpensive, lasts for a long time, makes almost everthing taste good.

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      1. re: DiningDiva

        One word: popcorn.

        1. re: ferret

          Ooooo....I bet that IS good

      2. I just used it last night on boneless chicken breast. Good way to add flavor.

        1. Thanks everyone. I was behind the times I guess.

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          1. re: SIMIHOUND

            Nah, sounds like you're just a recent annexation to the Tajin empire. :)

          2. It's delicious on fruit. I love it on apples, watermelon, and cantaloupe. It's also tasty sprinkled over corn on the cob.