Salt Free Taco Seasoning

Total Time
3 mins
0 mins

Under 30mg sodium per teaspoon. Salt-Free alternative to the envelope mix. good for seasoning taco meat, burrito meat, meat loaf. Also good sprinkled over cottage cheese, or mixed into sour cream for a dip. Add according to taste preference.

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  1. Put all ingredients in a labeled (Salt-free-taco) sandwich size zip lock plastic bag.
  2. Seal and shake.
  3. I keep my baggies of seasonings I make in an old bread tin, labeling the lip with a smudge free marker.
  4. Then I can find the seasoning mix I need quickly.
  5. When ready to use, shake bag before using.
  6. This makes about 30 teaspoons Serving size is 1 teaspoon for use in recipes.
  7. if calculating nutritional data purposes.
Most Helpful

1 5

With over 600 mg of sodium, this recipe is ANYTHING but salt free.

5 5

I've made this several times and used in many different recipes. I use it in the same quantity as is called for in the recipe. Thansk for posting.

3 5

Like the fact is salt free, But this was not the recipe for me, Used 3 Tablespoons of chilli powder (EXTRA HOT) instead of six, This IS a good combination of a mix, When I make tacos, add 3/4 cup water x 2, Add two teapsoons of this mixture too! With 500g mince, 2 cans 400g chopped tomatoes including juice, Then I let the whole thing reduce, Add 40 g tomato paste, Let it simmer for 20 minutes THEN I taste, Like last review, I added salt too, Also a pinch of Splenda as it had an acidic taste too! Coriander is my herb of choice for tacos too, It wasn't bad, but not sure would make again, TRUE! Sorry :) Thanks!