– Place the dry peppers in a mortar, Molcajete, or spice grinder and grind until it forms a fine powder-like mixture.
– Add salt and mix. Sprinkle over the fruit of your choice with lime juice and enjoy!
If Piquín pepper is not available in your area, use any other dry spicy pepper. Some ethnic stores carry Thai or Indian dry peppers.
This mix will also be a great addition to your next barbecue spicy rub or as a substitute for cayenne pepper powder.