Taco Seasoning I Recipe
Chili powder, cumin, paprika, and a few other easy-to-find spices make up this taco mix recipe. Cheaper than packaged versions!
Taco seasoning mix is easy to make at home with the right spices, such as chili powder, paprika, onion powder, and garlic powder.
excellent!! i browned ground beef, drained the fat, used 3 Tbsp per pound of meat and i added 1/2 Tbsp flour to the seasoning and mixed thoroughly before dusting the meat with it. i added 2/3 cup of water, mixed it up with the ground beef and let it simmer down. would be great with shredded beef or chicken too.it is def hotter than the packaged stuff, so if you don't like hot, would reccommend cutting the red pepper flakes. it is salty too. don't substitute sea salt for table salt. it is not an even swap. i did cut the sea salt down slightly...i am making a huge batch of this, sealing it in mason jars with my foodsaver and giving as gifts for christmas. thanks for sharing. i will never go back to packaged mix!!
Use this recipe as a DIY replacement for a prepared packet of fajita seasoning.
Homemade taco seasoning is easy to make with common seasonings including chili powder, seasoned salt, paprika, and cumin among others.
The title says it all. If you seek a recipe for taco seasoning that does not use chili powder, you've found it!
Toss several spices together and store in your spice cabinet for a delicious, budget-conscious alternative to the taco seasoning mix sold in packets.
A mixture of spices and a little cornstarch for thickening, that closely resembles The packaged taco seasoning you might find in the store. There is no salt or MSG in this mixture.
Taking just a little extra time to make this flavorful ground beef makes all the difference in your homemade tacos!