Tajin Mexican fruit seasoning
In Mexico and in some cities in Southern California we have wonderful street vendors who sell bags full of fresh fruit seasoned with a special Mexican spice. These street carts are stocked with pineapple, mango, cucumbers, oranges, jicama, watermelon and more. You select your fruit and the vendors slice it up for you and garnish it with a delicious chile. salt and lime spice called Tajin fruit seasoning. You can purchase Tajin at Mexican markets and here on Amazon.
I use Tajin to garnish my Slow cooker shredded beef tacos with mango and burrata and instead of salt to rim a Bloody Mary or a Paloma.
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Here is Yelp's guide to various fruit vendors in Los Angeles.