We saw this photo on Tajín’s Facebook page, but couldn’t find a recipe.
Fortunately, it’s not too difficult to slice bell peppers and drop an egg inside each slice—along with some mildly spicy Tajín seasoning (it’s a cayenne, lime and salt blend).
We thought: What else can we make with a bell pepper rim?
Melting cheeses (see list below)
Grains (mounded inside)
If the food isn’t cohesive enough to be mounded, make the slices taller; or trim a bit of the bottom of a half or whole pepper so it will stand.
Tuna and other protein salads
ABOUT TAJÍN SEASONING
In Mexico, this spice blend of cayenne, lime and salt is used on just about anything, savory and sweet:
Fruits: raw, cooked, sorbets and ice pops: citrus, cucumber, melon, and tropical fruit (mango, papaya, pineapple, etc.)
Beverage glass glass rimmers
Eggs, grains, potatoes (including fries), vegetables
Snacks: popcorn, mozzarella sticks
Proteins: fish, meat, poultry, tofu
Just about anything else, from angel food cakes to salad dressings
GOOD MELTING CHEESES
Good melting cheeses include, among others:
Gruyère and other Alpine cheeses (e.g. emmental, comté)
Hispanic melting cheeses (asadero, queso blanco, queso chihuahua, queso di papi, queso oaxaca, queso quesadilla)
 Slice the pepper, drop in the egg.  Enjoy as is, or in the center of a yummy bowl of greens (photo courtesy Hope Foods).  Tajín seasoning: cayenne, lime and salt (photos courtesy Tajín.