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I just LOVE chilpotles in anything and came across this recipe. Of course I added more chilpotles than called for and some of the adobo sauce and a some cumin. Not an RR fan but these are fabulous! Caution to those not familiar with chilpotles, they add heat and no 2 peppers are the same size so I suggest you add one then taste it.
This just wasn't our thing... We both really wanted to like it, but it was just not to our liking. I am sorry!
Absolutely delicious! I wanted to try something to shake things up a bit. My kids didn't like this, but my husband sure did! <br/>I did have to add a bit more chipotle. We love the stuff. I topped mine with some shredded cheese, tomatoes, sour cream and romaine. My husband just dumped some sour cream and salsa on his. The kids are it with crunchy taco shells and cheese.
I love tacos and these were very good! I did 3 gloves garlic, garlic salt, and cumin. Two big chipotle peppers. My husbband liked them. Topped with lettuce, tomatoe, and sour cream. My brother had given us some homemade salsa made with black chile peppers so we added that. But I ate one without so I could taste the meat without the salsa taking away from it. I also added one diced up potatoe, only because I thought it would be hot and would tone it down.
We really enjoyed these tacos! Our 1 year old was eating with us so I didn't want to make them too spicy- I still used 2 chipotle chillis but only 1tsp of chilli powder. I also added 1tsp each of cumin and oregano. I cooked the beef, onion
I concur, I will never go to packet seasoning again for tacos. I was skeptical as I was cooking it but was convinced after the first bite. The heat was perfect. Just enough kick at the end of your bite to last.
Really good! Loved the chipotle flavor. I used three and it wasn't too spicy. Made this the day before and refrigerated for an easy dinner, which also allowed time for spices to meld. Will make again. Thanks for sharing the recipe!
I thought this was easy, delicious and a lot better than the packaged spice mix. I thought it needed a touch of sweetness, so I added a little agave. The chipotles get hotter throughout the cooking process, so be careful about that.
Very, very good. So easy and doesn't need those somewhat expensive little packets of taco seasoning (I don't much like the taco seasoning I've had in bulk, unfortunately). Will make again and again. Thanks. Chipotles rule!
I do agree this was better than store bought.