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A quick taco seasoning recipe for those who are interested in making their own! Make it as mild or as spicy as you like! I prefer runny-nose inducing spice!
Whichever version you pick, it makes enough for 1 pound of taco meat of choice.
Mix all ingredients in a bowl—pick either the hot or the mild mixture based on your heat preference, or make both in a separate bowl.
Add a batch into 1 pound of your taco meat of choice (*see below for prep instructions), sprinkle it on popcorn or mix it in double baked ‘taters! Serve with tissues.
* A Thalice Tip: I like to whisk the seasoning into 2/3 cup water (when cooking with a pound of meat), adding the spice broth to the meat once it has started to cook. I let the mixture simmer until the liquid has reduced to a sauce consistency and the meat has cooked through.
Adapted from AllRecipes Taco Seasoning I recipe.
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