Kittencal's Chili Seasoning Mix

Kittencal's Chili Seasoning Mix created by internetnut

Double or triple all amounts, this will keep up to 8 months covered tightly at room temperature, or 1 year if refrigerated or store in freezer --- the cayenne is optional add in for extra heat, you could also omit the flour, I add it in for thickening :)

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  • Mix all ingredients together.
  • Store in an airtight container at room temperature or refrigerate.
  • Shake the bottle before using.
  • Use any amount desired in recipes.
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"Double or triple all amounts, this will keep up to 8 months covered tightly at room temperature, or 1 year if refrigerated or store in freezer --- the cayenne is optional add in for extra heat, you could also omit the flour, I add it in for thickening :)"

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  1. cuppycakes
    4 stars only because it doesn't have the dark color I'm used to w/ other chili seasoning mix
  2.  Butterbean
    Hi kitten , for sometime I have been looking for a good chili seasoning I could make at home , the packets from the store just don't taste good , Well I came across your recipe and decided to try it so I made Chili yesterday and used your seasoning and my family loved it , I doubled the recipe so I'd have enough for next time and there defiantly will be a next time ! Thanks for a great recipe ! ~Wilma~
  3. sandesnow
    Made this mix up today and I am very happy with the results. Once again Kittencal, another keeper! Thanks for sharing. (Also added the Cocoa and Paprika as suggested by another member. Perfect touch!) Yummy chili!
  4. internetnut
    Kittencal's Chili Seasoning Mix Created by internetnut
  5. internetnut
    I gave this 4 stars. Thank You for saving my dinner! I was out of chili seasoning when making Dee's Chili Mac after I started this recipe. So I searched and found this recipe. I cut the recipe in half for what I needed. I will use this again! Thanks for posting! Christine (internetnut)
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