In storage container with tight fitting lid, combine all ingredients; mix well. Seal tightly. Store in cool, dry place for up to 6 months.
Seven teaspoons of mix equal a 1.25 ounce pkg. of purchased taco-seasoning mix.
18 reviews Guest: Dani
This has become my to-go taco seasoning. Thank you so much for sharing!
Where I live you can´t find these mixes so, THANKS,THANKS THANKS, to all of you how sent the recipe, I love you all!
This receipe was great. I have really hot chili powder so I had to add less than what it calls for and it needed salt. Thanks it's great to have this....I no longer have to buy it from the store.
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This smelled so good as it wafted across the kitchen, I wanted to eat it right away!
I love this recipe, I have been using it for many years. Give it a try, no chemicals, great alternative to buying the mixes.
If you like to add a bit of water like the instructions on the packaged mix state (I always add about 1/8 to 1/4 cup water), add a couple tablespoons flour to this recipe. It makes the meat moist and saucy.
This was great! I added 1/2 tsp. sea salt to it and it was the same flavor as store bought, only without the hidden MSG. Thanks for the esay recipe!
Very close to packaged mixes; need to use a good chili powder (Penzey's, Gebhardt, Buena Vida)plus add a tsp. salt and 2/3 cup water; allow to simmer, then sit awhile to cool & for flavors to blend.
Instead of cayenne, I used 1 tsp Zatarain's Cajun seasoning. I also added 2 tsp Lawry's seasoned salt. With my additions, I will never buy taco seasoning packets again. This was perfect.
I forgot to pick up the seasoning packets at the store, so I found this recipe after a google search. It turned out that I will be using this recipe instead of the seasoning packets from now on.
I personally liked it without the salt. We try to have low sodium, so this was a great, easy recipe, that tasted wonderful!
Very good, pretty much the same recipe I've been using for years. It does need salt, however, and I like adding Lawry's seasoned salt.
Very goo, I like the idea of being able to make my own - but does need the salt. I didn't have any cayenne pepper, so it definitely lacked spice.
I browned ground turkey then added the suggested 7 tsp. of mix with 1 cup of water.
Tasted great! (Just add the salt!)
This recipe was lacking salt.I just add Tonys to spice it up and it was perfect.