Most taco seasoning mixes contain salt, warming spices (such as paprika, oregano, and chili), onion powder, and garlic powder. This top-rated recipe is made with chili powder, ground cumin, dried oregano, sea salt, black pepper, ground paprika, garlic powder, onion powder, and crushed red pepper flakes.
In general, tacos can be a good source of protein and fiber that isn’t too high in calories. However, certain condiments or extra items can significantly increase the number of calories and amounts of fat or salt. This is particularly true of tacos from restaurants.
Taco seasoning is generally used with beef, but you can also use it with chicken. It tastes fantastic, so you don’t have to worry about any flavor issues. You can use taco seasoning in just about any dish.
If you want to consume Taco seasoning and its original taste and nutritious food then this is for you
Makes enough to season 1 pound of meat.
Make it as mild or spicy as you desire by changing the amount of chili powder and cayenne.
If you use the full amounts of chili powder and cayenne, this is spicier than most packaged mixes. It probably won’t make tears come to your eyes, but it’s definitely spicy. I like it, but I like things spicier than most Midwesterners (those used to eating Tex-Mex probably won’t find it overly hot).
If using ground beef, sprinkle over meat as it’s browning. If using with fish or chicken, coat meat before cooking.
Do not add any water to the meat.