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.
- Put all ingredients in a labeled (Salt-free-taco) sandwich size zip lock plastic bag.
- Seal and shake.
- I keep my baggies of seasonings I make in an old bread tin, labeling the lip with a smudge free marker.
- Then I can find the seasoning mix I need quickly.
- When ready to use, shake bag before using.
- This makes about 30 teaspoons Serving size is 1 teaspoon for use in recipes.
- if calculating nutritional data purposes.
With over 600 mg of sodium, this recipe is ANYTHING but salt free.
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.
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!