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Taco Seasoning, Reduced Sodium & Gluten Free

Taco Seasoning, Reduced Sodium & Gluten Free created by Lavender Lynn

Homemade gluten-free seasoning mix for tacos. As a commenter pointed out, some brands of Chili Powder contain salt, and sometimes wheat products, so read the label when you shop for yours. This is a bit hotter than the commercial variety. You can adjust the cayenne and type of chili powder for your desired level of heat, and add salt if you wish. Makes enough for 4 lbs of ground meat. Use 2 TB per pound. Or, sprinkle sparingly over fish fillets before grilling for fish tacos.

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  • Combine all ingredients in a jar with a tight-fitting lid. Close securely, and shake well to mix contents.
  • To make tacos, brown 1 lb of ground beef or turkey in a skillet. Add two tablespoons of taco seasoning, salt and pepper to taste, and 1/2 to 1 cup water. Simmer until sauce reduces and thickens. Serve in taco shells with cheese, chopped tomatoes, and shredded lettuce for toppings.
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"Homemade gluten-free seasoning mix for tacos. As a commenter pointed out, some brands of Chili Powder contain salt, and sometimes wheat products, so read the label when you shop for yours. This is a bit hotter than the commercial variety. You can adjust the cayenne and type of chili powder for your desired level of heat, and add salt if you wish. Makes enough for 4 lbs of ground meat. Use 2 TB per pound. Or, sprinkle sparingly over fish fillets before grilling for fish tacos."
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  1. Raymond Knight
    If you're going to claim it as "salt free", it should be free of sodium. This recipe has sodium, therefore is not "salt free". Most chili powders have salt in the mix, making this recipe low in sodium, but not "salt free".
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  2. Lavender Lynn
    Taco Seasoning, Reduced Sodium & Gluten Free Created by Lavender Lynn
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  3. Lavender Lynn
    Great taco seasoning. I love that it is without salt and gluten free. Made for PAC Fall 2012.
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  4. cathyfood
    Homemade gluten-free seasoning mix for tacos. As a commenter pointed out, some brands of Chili Powder contain salt, and sometimes wheat products, so read the label when you shop for yours. This is a bit hotter than the commercial variety. You can adjust the cayenne and type of chili powder for your desired level of heat, and add salt if you wish. Makes enough for 4 lbs of ground meat. Use 2 TB per pound. Or, sprinkle sparingly over fish fillets before grilling for fish tacos.
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