Taco Seasoning

Groceries now-a-days are just way too expensive. Even with coupons the price is a lot. I want to start doing homemade stuff to save money, grow some of my own vegetables, and freezing a lot of food for the future week to come. As we all know I’ve already started making my own products: chapstick, cakes, cookies, breads, and now taco seasoning. The thing I would love to do next is to pick out and buy my own cow or pig and have it butchered and to keep all the meat and freeze it since it would be cheaper in the long run. But for now I’m gonna stick to the simple homemade products and todays recipe is TACO SEASONING!

Ingredients: 3 Tbsp cumin powder, 2 Tbsp dried oregano, 1 tsp dried mustard powder, 2 Tbsp ground black pepper, 4 Tbsp salt, 2 Tbsp dried chili flake, 1 Tbsp garlic powder, 1 Tbsp onion powder, 1 tsp corriander, and 2 Tbsp paprika

Just put everything in a mason jar, cover the top with a lid and shake till everything is combined.

The good thing is you only need like 4 Tbsp of this powder for tacos or any sort. Although taco seasoning at the store is like 90 cents to $1.50 this is way cheaper and you make more for your buck! And if you make a mason jar full it should last you a couple months or maybe even a year.



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