Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 0 mins

Kick the salt habit and still have delicious tacos!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Combine all ingredients and mix thoroughly.
  2. Place 7½ teaspoons of the mixture in a small plastic food storage bag, eliminate as much air from the bag as possible, and seal.
  3. Repeat to make as many packages as desired.
  4. Label each package as follows: Cook 1 lb. ground beef in skillet, and drain off fat.
  5. Add 1 package (7½ teaspoons) of Miller's Taco Seasoning Mix and ½ to ¾ cup water, and bring to a boil.
  6. Reduce heat and cook uncovered about 10 minutes, stirring once or twice.
Most Helpful

This is soooo good. I made regular ground beef and chicken tacos. The lemon-pepper gives it a tasty twist. (I did use regular lemon-pepper and no other salt) If you are dining with kids you may want to use less cayenne. (has a bite!)

princess buttercup January 14, 2003

Well I didn't have salt-free lemon pepper, so I had to use the regular kind. I have to admit, this seasoning had more kick than flavor. It was a nice medium-hot kick, but that is all I could taste, heat. My bf also felt the same way. I may keep this on hand, anyway and see what else I might do with it. :) It is disappointing to see over half of my spices called for in this recipe are now half or over halfway used up. :( I just mixed up the whole batch of seasoning in a quart-size ziplock storage bag and measured out of that. Bf said he'd rather just keep buying the premade packets of taco seasoning. I made this w/ground turkey for an improvised meal I called "smothered cornbread" (cornbread covered in taco meat, emlted cheese, and tomatoes). I used Eggless, Dairy-Free Cornbread. Thank you for posting Mille.

blancpage May 02, 2007

I used this Seasoning in the chili I made from your Wendy's Chili Seasoning (copycat) for Wendys Chili Seasoning. Wonderful flavor. Sure will use it all up. We are ready for tacos now. Also a Big Plus...Mark did not pick up the salt shaker...That is a new one for him..Now I am off to look and cook more of your no salt low salt good food...Thank You

Braunda July 12, 2003