Taco seasoning is one of my favorite spice mixes. I love all things Mexican. Food. Clothes. Little native villages perched high up in the mountains. In my home, taco meat and refried beans are veritable staples.
Sadly, store bought taco seasoning is full of nasty stuff with an ingredients label that reads like a chemistry textbook. If you’ve been wondering how to replace those small packets of MSG-riddled spices with something real, you should give this recipe for homemade taco seasoning a try.
Not only is this homemade taco seasoning more nutritious, it’s also cheap! As an eater of Real Food like grass-fed beef, eggs from pastured chickens, and raw milk from pastured cows, managing my grocery budget can be tricky. I’ve discovered two things:
First, the secret to eating well on a budget is to properly manage my kitchen. Absolutely NOTHING gets wasted!
And Second, I’ve simply had to cut other stuff out of our budget to make room for nourishing, real foods. We don’t have cell phones or cable, but we eat like kings!
Homemade Taco Seasoning
Homemade Taco Seasoning: The Players
Makes 1 taco-seasoning packet worth.
- 1 Tbsp. Chili Powder
- 1/4 tsp. Garlic Powder
- 1/4 tsp. Onion Powder
- 1/4 tsp. Crushed Red Pepper Flakes
- 1/4 tsp. Dried Oregano
- 1/2 tsp. Paprika
- 1 1/2 tsp. Ground Cumin
- 1 tsp. Sea Salt
- 1 tsp. Black Pepper (optional)
Homemade Taco Seasoning: The How-To
Now for the easy part: mix all the spices together and store in an airtight container. The optional black pepper is to increase the spiciness based on your family’s tastes and preferences. If you don’t like spicy foods, simply leave the black pepper out and/or be sure to adjust that tablespoon of chili powder down.
The amounts listed above make up about 2 Tbsp. of homemade taco seasoning mix — the perfect amount to replace one store bought 1.25oz packet.
If you’re like me, you’ll want to make more of this taco seasoning and store it in your pantry for ease of use next time. So, here’s the recipe quintupled:
- 1/4 C. plus 1 Tbsp. Chili Powder
- 1 1/4 tsp. Garlic Powder
- 1 1/4 tsp. Onion Powder
- 1 1/4 tsp. Crushed Red Pepper Flakes
- 1 1/4 tsp. Dried Oregano
- 2 1/2 tsp. Paprika
- 2 Tbsp. plus 1 1/2 tsp. Ground Cumin
- 1 Tbsp. plus 2 tsp. Sea Salt
- 1 Tbsp. plus 2 tsp. Black Pepper (optional)
If you use the quintupled recipe, you’ll measure out 2 Tbsp. of the homemade taco seasoning per pound of meat. Or, if you’re like me, you simply add it to taste.
Want more recipes for easy and delicious homemade spice blends and mixes?
I’ve created a downloadable, print-friendly collection of the 10 other homemade spice blends I use most frequently in our home — including MSG-free versions of Ranch Dressing Seasoning Mix, French Onion Soup Mix, and Curry Powder.
This is just what I needed for making tacos this weekend! I often use organic garbanzo beans instead of ground meat or TVP (ick with taco seasoning). I think I might actually have all of these spices in my pantry, too. Thanks. 🙂
I’m so excited to have this recipe! Thanks!
That ground pepper is not optional!! 😉 At least, why would anyone opt out of it?!
V. — LOL. I think it’s optional for those who will find the heat of the chili powder a bit too much already (certainly not me!).
Gilliebean & Heather — You’re welcome!
I made this recipe and loved it! But as I was making it, I noticed that one of the listed ingredients in my chili powder was a very vague “spices.” Isn’t that one of the names for MSG? Please tell me I’m wrong! 🙂 Or is there another brand of Chili powder I should be using?
Crystal @ Cafe Cyan says
Love it! I started making my own when I realized I had all the ingredients in my cupboard (why was I buying pre-made mixes?!?) Great post!
Thanks!!! I’m going to go whip up a batch of this to keep on hand!
I make my own taco seasoning too and it is so much better! My recipe is here: http://cavemanfood.blogspot.com/2009/04/taco-salad-and-homemade-taco-seasoning.html
Elizabeth — The advantage of your recipe is that it doesn’t have salt. So, people can salt according to their tastes. I like that.
Heather & Crystal — You’re welcome. Hope you enjoy.
Brittany — Yes, I would try to acquire real chili powder rather than a chili powder mix. Sadly “spices” often hides MSG, and without knowing what’s in the spice mix they’re using, you have no idea whether it contains MSG or not. Finding straight up chili powder is usually easy for me to do (but maybe that’s because I’m in Texas!).
I will have to say one thing that confused me is Chili powder. I think to avoid confusion the ingredient should be called Chile powder and reserve the term Chili powder for the commonly used term that refers to a ‘mix’ of spices and crushed Chile’s. I know that both terms are interchangeable however, 5 minutes of research will show that a majority of the usages align to Chile: being pure peppers ground, and Chili: being a mix of cumin, chile, etc…
The thought that triggered this was that it makes no sense to use a premix when adding the same spice that is supposed to come in the premix, hence the need to clarify the ingredient as Chile Powder.
Anyways, I will use Chile powder instead of the mix and hope if anyone else is confused by this that this explaination can provide some clarity.
By the way, thanks for the recipe, great work and I hope to enjoy this for dinner tonight! Thanks again, my comment is not a criticism, only something that I learned by looking at multiple recipes to compare. Thanks again for the time spent to share this recipe.
Oh man, this seasoning worked great! Thank you!
I made tofu ‘meat’ tacos for dinner with it =)
Another reason to make your own spice blends is there are no hidden gluten ingredients!
I’ve made a similar mix before and it’s fantastic, but the real question is . . . when are you going to share your refried bean recipe? I LOVE refried beans but haven’t been able to consistently get a good flavor from homemade ones and we ditched the cans long ago. . . .
Waiting with bated breath for those beans . . . 🙂
Sarah — I wish I had a recipe. I just sort of throw stuff together and it works. I should try to figure the exact amounts of the recipe out, but the gist of it is this:
In a 6 quart soup pot, pour in enough dried pinto beans to fill 1/4 of the pot. Fill the pan with water up to the halfway point and let sit overnight. In the morning, drain the water and replace it with fresh water. Add salt and let boil 2-4 hours until tender (overcooking them doesn’t matter, since they’ll be mashed anyway.) When the beans are done, drain off most of the liquid, but leave about an inch or two in the bottom of the pot. Add in a can of diced tomatoes with green chiles, a few dashes of soy sauce, and 1/4 C melted butter, then blend with a hand blender until smooth. In a large, deep 12 inch skillet, melt 1 stick of butter and 1/2C tallow. Pour the bean mixture into the skillet and add lots of sea salt, cumin, and taco seasoning to taste. Enjoy! I’ve changed lots of stuff depending on what I’ve got on hand, but the keys seem to be lots of tasty fat, salt, & cumin.
Anna — Good point!
Holy crap! I’ve never been much of fan of refried beans (being of Yankee origin, you see), but that recipe may make me a convert! All that butter!!! 🙂
Kari H. says
I was wondering if I ready that correctly about 1/4 stick of butter plus 1 stick, but that would make sense why her beans taste so good!
I only use 1/4 – 1/3 cup of butter so I’m going to up the “butter game” and hope for tastier results 🙂
Betsy — So I take it that’s a request to figure out my real recipe and post it?
Huge fan of mexican food here! I have my own taco seasoning recipe as well that has the same exact spices as yours except I do not add oregano. I must try that one next time I make tacos.
Thanks! I’m anxious to try it. It might be difficult to find ‘real’ chili powder up here in Canada, but I’m going to look!
Since I don’t eat tortillas now, I will probably add this mixture into a green salad and enjoy a taco flavored salad. Yum!!!!
Helen — That’s how we do it. Or we make “taco bowls” just by piling all the interior contents of tacos into a bowl and eating it straight: taco meat, refried beans, grilled onions and peppers, salsa, avocado, grated cheese, and a shot of chipotle tabasco sauce. YUMMY!
We do chicken taco bowls with rice as the starch. Delicious!
Kristen, this sounds very close to my recipe of homemade taco seasoning but I am very glad I read this post because I didn’t realize I was using a chili powder mix vs. a real chili powder. Grrr! Just when I think I’m getting away from MSG and all the other junk, they end up sneaking it in in other ways. Now I know why I am so driven to just grow my own of everything! sheesh!
Also please do figure out your recipe for refried beans and post that as well because I love them too!! Thanks.
Raine Saunders says
Great post! I absolutely love Mexican food, and I make my own homemade taco seasoning all the time. This is probably something a lot of people don’t take the time to do, but really, it’s not difficult to do at all and I believe it’s also cheaper as well as healthier.
Here’s my latest Mexican recipe using those spices…http://agriculturesociety.wordpress.com/2009/07/06/steak-enchiladas-with-homemade-red-sauce/
.-= Raine Saunders
For chili powder, you can follow Alton Brown’s recipe on foodnetwork. He makes his own from scratch, so you can pick up ingredients that you trust. He uses 3 kinds of dried chile, cumin seeds and some other ingredients…. It turns out great and removes the ambiguity from your ingredients.
He even has an episode of how to make corn tortillas from scratch, using corn. That’s an experience there!
Thank you! Thank you! And yes, please post the refried bean recipe!!
We do a homemade blend also, only now I’ve gotten lazy and just throw seasonings in there until it tastes just right haha 🙂 Never turns out bad and I think it tastes MUCH better than the crappy little packet I bought years ago.
Tag: cumin substitute
I found this recipe but had no cumin. What to do? Ask googles for substitute. Found three suggestions: chili powder, coriander,curry. Short story: I used 1/2 chili powser, 1/4 coriander, 1/4 curry, also 1/4 cayenne. Result: a passable taco seasoning.
I LOVE this – I just made for my family tonight. For our taco beef we always use a taco spice seasoning, adding it after browning and draining the beef. This was perfectly spiced. Ive been looking for a replacement for the premixed stuff that we buy at the store. I am going to make up a master recipe as soon as I get more chili powder!
Love this recipe! I never thought about making my own taco seasoning. I started making tacos for the family tonight and found I didn’t have the packet mix. This is perfect! My family won’t even know I didn’t use package mix. ONE ADDITION. To “look” like packaged mix I added 1/4 tsp. corn starch and 1/2-3/4 cup water (like mix asks for), and it has a wonderful consistancy. Thanks so much. I’ll make a big batch next time to store. NO more mix for me!
I used this and found it way too salty for us. However, I forgot that and made it again. haha. Shame on me for not writing it down properly. I think I would make it with no salt and then add the salt to taste. I also added more cumin because I just like cumin so much.
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I was out of taco seasoning last night and had to make my own or at least try to,. and it was okay but it needed something more. I used most everything you have in yours I just think I didnt put enought of it all. I will definitely be making your version. Thanks for sharing.
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By chili powder, do you mean plain cayenne pepper, or the mix of cayenne, cumin, etc?
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I use Spice Hunters Chili Powder Blend, it is fantastic and is made of only spices. They also have a line of organic spices and herbs which I love. My cupboards are filled with over 80 of their spices. Hope this helps…
Enchilada Lover says
Sounds great! I just came back from mexico last month and find myself addicted to these incredible enchilada recipes now!! Must go back next year sometime, I suppose, and this time head off of the beaten road a little. Looking to reading more!
Used this tonight and it was great!
I used ancho chili powder. Oddly enough, I bought the Target Archer Farms brand and it’s pure ancho and organic! I also added a 1/2 tsp of coriander.
No credit to where you got this recipe? (i.e. AllRecipes.com:; “Taco Seasoning I”)
While it’s notable that this recipe and that one are identical, it’s certainly not where I got it. This recipe was handed to me in an antique recipe box, written on a crumbling recipe card from the ’50s. And I’ve been using since before there was an internet!
Got to say awesome recipe from scratch!!!!
oooh, just found this blog and it is right up my alley. Will be making my own taco seasoning form here on in- thanks for sharing!
I just found this recipe and I think i might just try it.It is so much more convienient then going to the store and buying those packets, cuz it seems like whenever i want tacos i can never find a packet at my house
I am so happy to have this recipe!
Like you I love Mexican foods and those packages of taco seasoning are just too expensive. Thank you for this!
You’re going to save me a fortune! LOL
p.s. You know, this would make a great gift done up in like half pint canning jars wouldn’t it?
I felt like I should post, since I’ve been using this recipe for about two years now! I am, like many, allergic to MSG (migraines!) and I was SO excited when I found this… It’s so much better than any mix I’ve ever used. I finally wrote it down and too a screen shot “just in case”… I got tired of holding my breath every time I pull up the bookmarked website in hopes that it’s still here! Thanks so much for posting… and leaving it up!
So this is awesome! Better than any of the packaged stuff! I use it on ground chicken for a little healthier taco and it is excellent.
I’m going to try the taco spice recipe today. Here is my super quick and easy refried bean recipe that I’ve used for years, much better than canned refried beans.
Melt 6 tbsp. butter or oleo in pan.
Add 2 16-cans drained pinto beans and mash well. Save juice! (I use Bush’s beans)
Add: 1 tsp. salt, 1/8 tsp. chili powder, 1/8 tsp. ground cumin, and juice as needed (to desired consistancy). Cook over low heat, stirring often until thick and bubbling. 6 servings. Family size: 1 stick butter, 3 cans beans, 1/4 tsp. of chili powder and cumin.
You might want to adjust salt to your needs.
Jan Shy says
I’m going to try the taco spice recipe today. I have a super quick and easy refried bean recipe that I would like to contribute.
This taco seasoning recipe is SPOT ON! I just made it and had to restain myself from eating the seasoned ground beef straight out of the skillet, lol. I will most defiitely be quintupling this recipe to keep handy in my pantry.
I can’t use those seasoning packets at all because of MSG-induced migraines, so this was perfect to satisfy my homemade beef taco craving. So good! Thank you for sharing it!
LOVE IT! Had all the ingredients on hand and now this is the only recipe I will use! The family loves it (although I have to cut the pepper down for the kids 🙁 ) and it saves me from buying the MSG riddled packets. Thanks!
Beja Foster says
I am also thankful for cutting the MSG out! Hooray for homemade!!!
Beja Foster says
Thanks so much for posting this! I found you via Google when I was desperate to make some chicken tacos in the crock pot with some leftover homemade salsa and had no taco seasoning. What resulted was the easiest meal I have ever made, and my husband raves about it on and on and on. Thanks for helping me create a new staple for my home for years to come!
I linked to your recipe for taco seasoning on this post:
God bless, honey!
Hello! Stay at home wifey here still trying to gain some experience 🙂 What would I add to this to make it extra spicy? Cayenne or just more red pepper flakes? We love HOT!
I just made this and realized I wasn’t sure if I was supposed to add water after browning the ground beef (when adding the seasoning–like you would with a packet). I saw Mel did that, but she also added corn starch. So would both be options (no water or water and corn starch)? (Sorry–I’m a kitchen newbie!) Thanks!
I loved this recipe! I subbed Cajun seasoning in place of the chili powder for a little kick and I must say I am hooked! This is what I’m going to use every time we make tacos. I’m even going to use it for my homemade enchiladas! Thanks! 🙂
Very tasty and much better than the pre-packaged stuff. Although, I looked on the pre-packaged ingredients and all there is in there is spices. I looked at 2 different brands. Didn’t see anything wrong there. Instead of chili powder, which is a mix, I toasted some different chili peppers in a pan, then ground them in a spice grinder. I will definitely be making this recipe from now on.
I had saved this recipe and last night was scrolling through my recipes for dinner ideas, and I hit on this and thought “Tacos!!” I already had all the spices on hand except the cumin. Let me say, this recipe is awesome! It’s actually a bit spicier than the packet I used to buy (yes, I added the black pepper), but I like spicy, and my (young adult) kids raved that it’s better than the packet stuff. Plus, none of that weird orange drippy stuff going down your arm when eating the taco! Thanks so much for the recipe!
If you don’t like spicy foods, I would recommend lessening the crushed red pepper flakes as opposed to the black pepper. Black pepper is not particularly spicy (to me), but red pepper flakes sure as heck are!
Paul Hengstebeck says
Hands down the best taco/mex seasoning I’ve run across. I’ve used it for tacos, nachos, with ground beef, or ground turkey, or chopped chicken breast, or shrimp. I didn’t have sweet paprika, so I substituted smoked paprika. I’m going to mix up a couple of batches for the next camping trip. Pie iron lined with corn tortillas, filled with protein of your choice, cheese, onion, salsa and sour cream on the side, it doesn’t get any better.
Thanks for a keeper recipe.
Great recipe – wouldn’t change a thing. We decided to not add the black pepper, and found the seasoning to be tasty and not too spicy. We’ve tried many other taco seasoning recipes, and this one is the best hands-down! Thanks for sharing.
Jason Bartlett via Facebook says
So amazing been using this for almost a year. 🙂
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El Jo via Facebook says
Yup, this is the best stuff. Use it all the time to.
Theresa Resek via Facebook says
I make extra taco seasoning, and generously mix it in with sour cream and a bit of milk. That’s my dressing for taco salads.
Jane McWey via Facebook says
via Facebook says
My son started making ours years ago. I will show him your recipe to compare. 🙂
Gaye Cummins via Facebook says
I just found this & love love LOVE it! Thank you!
Jen B-k via Facebook says
I love all things Mexican too…I’m going to be visiting Austin soon….can you recommend a Mexican restaurant that meets your Food Renegade approval?!
Luis Roberto via Facebook says
Try to make Chirmol. Organic, wholesome and delicious. Finger licking good. Simply delicioso.( Get recepie from Recetas chapinas).
Luis Roberto via Facebook says
Even better if you add a few fresh green Chiltepe peppers.
Kara Viatori White via Facebook says
I make my own fajita seasoning too. Sooo yummy.
It was ok. Was out of taco seasoning and wanted to make some. Not a whole a lot of flavor but it did the trick.
Carly Burrows via Facebook says
Dana Allen this was the taco seasoning I told u about
Noel Keen via Facebook says
I always make my own. It’s about easy, like you said.
Monica White via Facebook says
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Leah Culley via Facebook says
I saw this a few years ago. Haven’t ever looked back and I’ve even graduated to homemade enchilada sauce!
MaryAnn Davis via Facebook says
So many people buy packaged TACO SEASONINGS when making your own is so simple. This is a great recipe that can be adjusted for each individual family’s tastes.
Find the how to here –> http://bit.ly/1PRtMQU
María Velazquez Ammerman via Facebook says
It seems that the packaged seasoning mixes have a lot of salt too.
Miek Paulus via Facebook says
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Joshua Tenner via Facebook says
Tbh it’s so cheap tho
Rhonda Coffey via Facebook says
So much Better FRESH & easy on the GI system
Tracey Surine via Facebook says
Add cocoa powder
Tracey Surine via Facebook says
Add cocoa powder
Thank you for your post. My wife is always getting on me for purchasing per-packaged taco seasoning reminding me that I can just make it at home. So today on a whim I decided to look it up and found your “players” list at the top of my search, I appreciate your work in compiling the list of ingredients and amounts needed for that 1lb. to 1.25lb of, in my case, ground turkey meat. Bur for my large family I will me doubling the sizes since we usually use 2lbs of me and two packages. Thanks again for sharing.
Harrry Farkle says
I took your seasonings, added a teaspoon of Caldo de Tomate and added to 2 lbs of ground Sirloin. After cooking through I served in a Bell Pepper with the stem top cut off. I called it “Taco Bells”
It’s burnt my mother and I’s throat, it’s got waaaaay too much of something, I can eat the spiciest currys but if you really wanna try this, cut down the chilli!!
John Schofield says
Thanks for the taco mix recipe. I’m putting it in ground turkey for a bit of comfort food….sloppy joes! Then into a veggie wrap with avocado. Wish me luck!
Thank you so much fore sharing. I love it.
Jao Chang says
It sounds like you live the real Mexican way, with no phones or cable! JK 🙂 But, I loved this recipe; I just made it with my family and it was delicious!
Great blend of seasonings EXCEPT I used half the amount of salt(for the larger recipe) and it was PLENTY salty. I recommend people start with half as much or it may be too salty when done.
This worked terribly….. the spices didn’t coat the meat properly…… are you supposed to add water like you would for a packet of seasoning????
John David says
THANK YOU SO SO MUCH for this taco seasoning recipe Kristen!! It is one of the best recipes I’ve ever found anywhere. It has changed my life in a really good way…I now have several more foods I can cook for my son (I can’t cook very many). For a while I would ask him to rate the meal I just made for him from 1 to 10. The highest score I got was 9.5. I think it might have been for a hamburger :D. The first time I got a 10 was when I used this taco seasoning recipe recently and made a burrito! It was an awesome day. Other family members have since told me how delicious it is. I am so glad you decided to share this wonderful recipe that you created. Best Wishes, John
Hi, I am trying to open the “10 Homemade Spice Blends” download sent to my email and it won’t open. Are you able to sent it to me in another format? Thanks
You are awesome; I have been looking for this recipe for a long time. Tried it quickly with red lentils, reduced with some stock; fantastic.
Don’t make this. This is not taco seasoning at all. The chilli powder is over the top & over powering. I have no problem with spice but my mouth turned into the fiery pits of hell eating this.
Dang it! This was perfectly delicious! Thank you so much for sharing.
I tripled the recipe but only used the 1 tsp of salt for the single recipe and it was still too salty. I’m thinking I should have used about 1/2 tsp for the recipe tripled. Very good otherwise!
Just made this and used less pepper and chilli powder than the recipe stated and it was WAY too spicy, and we can both handle spice. Not sure if the chilli powder I used was stronger, but this recipe was a total fail for me 🙁
I tried the taco seasoning mix and will never by another packet of the pre mix. It was delicious with just the right amount of heat
A.D. Schlupp says
I followed this recipe because I didn’t want to use the pre packaged taco spice in the packaged shells. MAN THAT’S SPICEY!
Bob Hanson says
Yeah, you lost all credibility when you used the term “MSG-riddled.” Every “REAL” chef knows the reality of MSG.
Just made your taco seasoning and doubled the measurements to make a lot which gave me around 8 ozs or more. I actually used it as a seasoning for turkey burgers and they were fantastic! Although I cut back on the salt by only adding 2 Tablespoons. I plan to make this for future use especially for turkey that is so bland. Thanks for the recipe and I recommend it!
Hi Kristen, I loved this and will be using this flavor beans.
I was wondering, have you tried to recreate the spice packet for Shin Ramen?
download not working for spice blends.. plz help!!
It didn’t really taste like taco spice but it was very tasty and spicy, I rather liked it a lot.
fantastic taste, thanks for sharing!
Thanks for the recipe! I agree about backing away from the store bought stuff. Too many chemicals. Just a suggestion – if you want to experiment with the heat level, try substituting chipotle powder instead of black pepper. It imparts a wonderful complex smoky flavor! But go easy on it as it can be VERY spicy if too much is used.
Saadat baig says
Pls Kristen can u tell me what kind of chilli powder r we here talking about? Thank u .
first off all. taco seasoning from the store doesn’t have MsG in it, you are delusional if you think so. second off all raw milk is horribly bad for you, third off all salt is salt, studies have proven there is really no difference between salt and sea salt. you are also likely one of those organic food people which studies have proven that Organic food isn’t more healthy for you either.
These are ingredients I already had in my pantry. I usually cook 3-5 # of hamburger, so I did “the quintupled” recipe, and stored the rest for another day. Thanks for the recipe. 1 packet can cost 70 cents. Why buy it, when most of us already have the spices? Plus the seasoning packets are very salty.
Charles Handren says
Hi Kristen, I tried this recipe for the first time today and loved it for two reasons. First, it tastes great. Second, it’s healthy and contains no junk like MSG. These two things combined gave me great joy as I ate my fresh, homemade tacos today, so thank you very much! I really appreciate you sharing this.
Gail Richards says
This recipe sounds great, and I so appreciate you giving the bulk amounts. I love making homemade seasoning mixes. It saves time and they taste just way I want to.
Belinda Levert says
I wanted to say thank you so much for your Homemade Taco Seasoning recipe. I just used it yesterday to make ground chicken tacos for my nieces and they absolutely loved them and so did I! Thank you SO much! I’ve been searching for a homemade recipe that did not have all of the extra gunk that the store taco seasoning packets have. Can’t wait to try your other homemade spice blends!
Duffy Hawes says
OMG! This is almost exactly like the crunchy tacos in yellow wrappers that every little corner taco stand was serving in SoCal in the 60’s. I’ve been trying to recapture that taste for so long! Thanks for the killer tacos. And the memories. Why, it even makes fried tacos better than the ones we’d get at Jack-in-the-box.
Thank your for this recipe!!! It is fantastic and healthy!!
On 2/11/19 I was searching for taco seasoning recipes and found yours. I then looked at another one at allrecipes.com. It is identical to yours. Not sure who came up with this recipe, but I thought I would let you know..
Maria Moreno says
‘Chili powder’ is a mixture of cayenne (hot pepper), cumin and garlic powder, and the recipe calls for these same spices And chili powder. Any reason why?
Glory Lane says
I have tried to submit my email address by requesting your e-book about Saturated Fats & by clicking to download other seasoning recipes. The requests do not go through, they just sit there “submitting”. I am very interested in your website as our family is into raw milk, kefir, organic products & pasture raised meats & eggs. Please tell me how I can get this information. I have bookmarked your website. Thank you!
Finally, I found the best taco seasoning I need. I tried many taco seasoning recipes but I wasn’t satisfied with them. Yesterday, I made this seasoning following your instruction then I had a reallyyy delicious ground turkey for my dinner. Thanks so much!
Melanie Barrett says
This is my go to seasoning for now for all my dishes that call for taco seasoning!