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Homemade Taco Seasoning

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Homemade Taco Seasoning
2-1/2 tsp. garlic powder
5 tsp. paprika
6 tsp. chili powder
3 tsp. onion powder
4-1/2 tsp. cumin
Cayenne pepper powder to taste

I use about 1 tbsp per 1 pound of hamburger. We don’t like spicy tacos however, so adjust according to your family’s taste buds.

Comments

  1. Thanks for sharing. I knew this had to be a simple recipe that could be made at home!

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  2. and it tastes so much better! I love knowing what goes in to my food, such peace of mind! Make sure you check back next monday I'll have more more homemade spice recipes :)

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  3. Hi Brandi,

    Just a quick note to thank you for recently stopping by my blog. I also want to thank you for your prayers, you don't know how much it means to me that others are joining us in prayer for our situation.

    Again, Thank you,
    Mrs.B

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  4. Hey Mrs. B! Thank you for stopping by. I truly hope everything works out in your favor :) Hope to see you around!

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  5. This is awesome! I can't tell you how many times I have gone to make something thinking I have had a taco seasoning packet on hand and realized that I didn't....I typically have all of these ingredients on hand, so now I can just make my own!

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  6. Melissa- I know exactly what you mean. That is the exact reason I looked for this recipe. Then I tweaked it to fit my taste. It really is yummy and you actually know what is in it, no surprises!

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  7. Yum I love Taco Seasoning! I can't wait to try this out. I love Chili powder and cumin and we all know how much I love Garlic and onion.

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