- 1/4 cup ancho powder
- 2 tablespoons chile powder
- 3 tablespoons ground cumin
- 1 tablespoon cilantro (dried)
- 1 tablespoon sweet paprika (not hot paprika, unless you like it hot)
- 1 tablespoon sea salt (fine grind, or slightly less regular salt)
- 2 teaspoons garlic powder
- 2 teaspoons onion powder
- 1 teaspoon black pepper (fine grind)
- 1 teaspoon chipotle chile (ground, optional, but good if you want more heat)
Macdonald 17 days ago
Not too salty great flavor!
Mandy Patrick 11 Oct 2018
It turned out great! I didn’t have the first ingredient so I used lowrys seasoning salt. Everyone thought it was delicious!
Heidy Jsrdine 8 Oct 2018
Very easy and tasty. I saved it as favorite to use again instead of buying the taco seasoning at the store.
Johnston 25 May 2018
Added cayenne and used coriander since I had no cumin, but it turned out quite well for ground beef that was put in a salad
Kim Nebel 6 Mar 2018
Great!! Tasted better than packets, plus filled up a jar with the spice.
Carolshene E. 18 Oct 2017
Turned out great! Skipped the first chilli powder I just didn’t have that spice.
Peter H. 12 Aug 2016
I like this recipe. It was easy to make and there;s plenty for the next time. I did not have ancho powder or chipotle chili, so I omitted those. I did use only 2 tablespoons of cumin.. I also used only 1 teaspoon each of onion and garlic powders. I will add more cumin, garlic powder,and onion powder to what I have and try that. I am also going to find the chipotle chili and ancho powder and try that. Mine was a mild seasoning, but I'd like to try the original recipe, too.
Casey S. 3 Aug 2016
I'm from NV but now living in Germany so taco seasoning is scarce. I wasn't able to find all the spices to make this recipe exactly but I doubled down on the chile powder, paprika, onion, and garlic and it was fantastic! Just as good or better than any pre-made spice mix. I have finally recreated my taco masterpieces in Germany with the help of this mix. Thanks!