Recipes using Taco Seasoning:
The best taco seasoning is right here, and it's in a bottle! Instead of either throwing away unused taco seasoning from a pouch or wrapping the pack with a rubber band, you can just take as much or as little as you need from our bottle. Use it to make tacos, quesadillas, salads, and more! Sometimes we even sprinkle it on top of frozen pizza.
To make taco meat, use 2 tablespoon of our Taco seasoning for every 1 lb of ground meat. First, brown meat and discard any excess grease when meat is fully browned. Then add 3/4 cup water and the taco seasoning to the meat and stir well. Bring to a boil, and then cook until most of the juice has evaporated, occasionally stirring. When done, taste it to see if it needs any extra salt. Taco Tuesday, anyone?
Every home cook knows the importance spices have on a dish. Here at All You Can Spice, we make cooking easy by bottling high-quality, delicious seasoning mixes that are essential in anyone's kitchen.
All of our products are made with all-natural ingredients. We don't use silicon dioxide like in many other seasoning products. Instead, we use rice hulls, the natural alternative. Since no natural ingredient is as effective as silicon dioxide to prevent the spice from caking, feel free to give your bottle a few shakes if you notice any clumps.
The net weight will be different with each spice blend, but they average to around 4oz per bottle. The seasoning mixes are in 8.4 fluid oz bottles. Bottle dimensions are roughly 5 1/4" x 2"
Be sure to check out all of the seasonings we offer including our Cajun, Creole (Salt Free), Solo, Coffee BBQ, Taco, and Jamaican Jerk. We add a new seasoning blend each month, so be sure to visit often! Sign up for our email list on our website at allyoucanspice.com to always be in the know.
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