Mojito Lime Seasoning

Mojito Lime Seasoning
Mojito Lime Seasoning
Mojito Lime Seasoning Mojito Lime Seasoning
SKU
101145 001
$7.24
Net Weight:
2.9 oz
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Mojito Lime Seasoning (pronounced "mow-hee-tow"), is also called mojito seasoning, mojito lime marinade, or lime mojito seasoning.
 

What Is Mojito Lime Seasoning

Brisk and fruity with lime and tangerine, this salt-free Mojito Lime Seasoning fuses fruity and savory flavors for a summer-bright seasoning blend that’s good all year ‘round.

Mojito Lime Seasoning is a dynamic blend with complex flavors that are sure to remind you of the drink at first taste. Though this seasoning blend was not designed to season a mojito, it certainly pairs well food you can serve with the iconic drink. Try it on seafood like cod, scallops, and shrimp. The refreshing flavor of this blend also goes well with chicken, pork, and on a variety of sweeter vegetables, as well as some fruits!
 

The Story Behind Mojito Lime Seasoning

The mojito is a tropical mixed drink, made of rum, lime, spearmint, simple syrup, and a shot of sparkling water that gives this already refreshing drink extra zing. There are at least four competing myths vying to be distinguished as the origin of the mojito, but this is one of the most-served drinks in the world and its murky origins are resigned to myth. What’s certain is the mojito began its rise in relatively modern popularity when the Bacardi company began operations in Cuba in 1862. By Prohibition, the mojito had become a standard drink through Havana, when the Americans who could afford it frequented Cuba during that time, when they wanted nightlife and a fruity, fresh cocktail.

Our in-house chef was inspired by the classic flavors of a mojito and absolutely ran with that. What would taste good with that minty, tart flavor of a true mojito? Seafood comes to mind, but how could we get something a little more complex, a little deeper in flavor so it could encompass more food groups and taste just as mouthwatering every time? A generous amount of garlic, some black pepper, and oregano were sure to add that complex character to the blend! So, it wasn’t long before our first test batch of Mojito Lime Seasoning was crafted and ready for taste testing (and our staff loves taste testing days). After a few test batches, which included several tweaks and of course more staff taste testing, this blend was perfected and is ready now to be used seasoning your favorite seafood, chicken, pork, or vegetable dishes. It’s even delicious on fruits like watermelon or peaches, and eating seasoned fruit is an underrated luxury.
 

What Does Mojito Lime Seasoning Taste Like

Brisk and fruity with lime and tangerine, our salt-free Mojito Lime Seasoning fuses fruit and savory flavors for a summer-bright seasoning blend that's good all year 'round. Lime, garlic, and onion come in first and set the stage, followed by a burst of orange and the gentle lemony notes of basil.
 

Is Mojito Lime Seasoning Gluten-Free

Yes.

How to Use Mojito Lime Seasoning

Despite the name, our Mojito Lime Seasoning is NOT made to mix into a mojito. It has too many savory elements for this cocktail, though this seasoning blend was inspired by the alcoholic drink. Salt-free Mojito Lime Seasoning works beautifully with foods like green beans or tomatoes, tossed over them when they’re fresh off the grill or just out of the oven. Try this blend on white fish like fluke or haddock, or over grilled shrimp. If you don’t want to marinate your food this would also be a great all-purpose vinaigrette. The citrus in this blend can also cut through the flavors on oily fish, so try it tossed on tuna, trout, or on Grilled Salmon Tacos. It’s also delicious stirred into a pot of rice fresh off the heat. Add to your choice of fruit salsa for a sweet and savory condiment.
 

How to Make a Mojito Lime Marinade

Make a marinade for fish or chicken by using equal parts Mojito Lime Seasoning, lime juice, and water, blended with olive oil.

 

Ingredients Garlic, lime, citric acid, spearmint, cayenne, onion, black pepper, basil, and oregano
Also Called Mojito seasoning, mojito lime marinade, or lime mojito seasoning
Recommended Uses Chicken, green beans, pork, rice, shrimp, tomatoes, and white fish
Flavor Profile Brisk, fruity, and savory
Cuisine Caribbean, Latin American
How To Store Airtight container in a cool, dark place
Shelf Life 6-12 months
Country of Origin USA
Dietary Preferences Gluten Free, Non-GMO

 

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Nutrition Facts

Serving Size1 tsp

Amount Per Serving

Calories11

% Daily Value*

Total Fat0g0%

Saturated Fat0g0%

Trans Fat0g

Polyunsaturated Fat0g

Monounsaturated Fat0g

Cholesterol0mg0%

Sodium1.8mg0%

Total Carbohydrate2.8g1%

Dietary Fiber0.5g2%

Total Sugars0.2g

Added Sugars0g0%

Sugar Alcohol0.0g

Protein0.3g0%

Vitamin D0mcg0%

Calcium8mg1%

Iron0mg1%

Potassium23mg0%

*The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice. These values were calculated and therefore are approximate. For more accuracy, testing is advised.

4.8 out of 5
21 total ratings.

Michael J. (Verified buyer) 04/23/2022
Lovin'the lime... The perfect combination of spices for everything from pop corn to burgers to chicken and salmon. I even sprinkled some on my home made pizza. My new favorite from spices.inc.

Matt F. (Verified buyer) 01/19/2022
good Sh*t for all around good Sh*t for all around BBQ rub. I'm a Texan. Just buy it.

Gene G. (Verified buyer) 08/09/2021
Great with fish We use Mojito Lime Seasoning on lots of food that we prepare, but we especially like the flavors that it adds to the fish that we prepared on the grill.

Marie M. (Verified buyer) 07/20/2021
Yummy on Popcorn! This seasoning perks up many dishes including salads, steamed vegetables and many Latin style bean dishes. Use it whenever there's no time for juicing limes and some heat would be nice. It's one of many Spices Inc. salt-free seasoning mixes that help create lots of flavor in our plant-based, oil-free and salt-free cooking.

Carol I. (Verified buyer) 05/19/2021
Mojito Lime Seasoning This is great, we used to have a tequila lime seasoning and this is very similar! really good on fish too!!!

Mark G. (Verified buyer) 02/23/2021
I use this on bacon I use this on bacon and also to make Bloody Mary's.

Darrin W. (Verified buyer) 11/20/2020
Great on Chicken and Shrimp The Mojito Lime Seasoning is killer! I made chicken and shrimp and turned out wonderful. Highly recommend trying it.

Glenn W. (Verified buyer) 11/01/2020
Great taste it's a flavor bomb. Great on chicken

Alan F. (Verified buyer) 10/28/2020
Great on shrimp Sprinkle this on some shrimp of the grill for a nice appetizer. Really zests them up.

Mike A. (Verified buyer) 10/27/2020
Amazing Taste! Used it on salmon & pork chops (grilled). Absolutely love it!
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