Adobo Seasoning

"Just a little different from the ones all ready posted."
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photo by Karen Elizabeth
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Ready In:
7 Tablespoons




  • In a bowl, stir together the salt, paprika, black pepper, onion powder, oregano, cumin, garlic powder, and chili powder.
  • Store in a sealed jar in a cool, dry place.

Questions & Replies

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  1. lynn.hobeika
    the reasoning I'm asking is because I am making this homemade seasoning collection as Christmas gifts and don't wanna mess up the recipes. thank you
  2. lynn.hobeika
    whenever I read a seasoning recipe there is the Chili Powder. and I get all confused about this ingredient. is it the chili seasoning or is it the one or two dried chili kinds ground. please can someone help me decide?
  3. Mercedes S.
    Where do you buy adobo seasoniing


  1. gailanng
    Do a little dance...make a little rub...
  2. wisconsin mama
    This is a great recipe for adobo seasoning so you can make it and store it on your own. I have used this several times so I finally made a larger batch to store and have handy. It is perfect for meat rubs (I have used for pulled pork and beef), tacos, enchiladas, etc. You won't regret having this in your pantry!
  3. Three Kids Make Me
    I don't actually know what adobo is supposed to taste like (I needed it to make refried beans), but this is really good, so five stars regardless!
  4. donniestaggs
    Made a batch without salt to test, so 5 stars it is. Making a double batch this time. Thanks! Edit 09/23/2020 - Half the salt and added cayenne pepper and ground coriander. Just made a quadruple batch!
  5. FloridaFoodFan
    I needed Goya adobo seasoning without black pepper for a recipe, but my store didn't have it. I tried to figure out what the ingredients were, but the website was pretty vague. The only thing I found that was different than this recipe was turmeric. So, I added one teaspoon of turmeric and omitted the black pepper. I ground everything up in my coffee grinder. I haven't used it in the recipe yet, but tasted a tiny bit and it was really good. I'm definitely going to use it a lot.


  1. Michelle A.
    Lessen the salt to 1 TBS



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