Learn how to make homemade keto taco seasoning at home in 5 minutes using only wholesome spices, no sugar, no additives. Plus, one serving only has 0.6 grams of net carbs, and it’s gluten-free!
It’s amazing how many recipes of keto basics you can make at home in 5 minutes and store for ages, starting with your homemade taco seasoning mix.
In fact, not all taco seasoning mixes are keto-friendly. Let me explain why and how to make yours in no time with the best Mexican flavors.
Unfortunately, most taco seasoning recipes are not keto-friendly.
The vast majority of store-bought keto seasoning recipes contain high-carb ingredients such as maltodextrin, corn starch, cornflour, and sugar.
Plus, most of them have vegetable oil, not recommended on a keto diet. While keto is a high-fat, low-carb diet, it is also a lifestyle focusing on healthy fat sources.
However, vegetable oils contain many free radicals that oxidize easily and may lead to body inflammation and diseases.
Therefore, most taco seasoning mixes from the grocery store are not very healthy for you, keto or not!
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You won’t believe how quick and easy you can make the best keto taco seasoning!
Really, if you have never tried making this before, you should start making your own now because the flavors are simply amazing and perfect to season any Mexican meat, vegetables or dish.
All you need to make this Mexican seasoning mix are a few basic dried spices that, when combined together, bring out all the Mexican flavors in your plate.
Let’s see all the ingredients you need to start this taco mix recipe and the different swaps you can make to create different flavors based on your taste buds.
This recipe is pretty straightforward and takes only 5 minutes to make as you have to add all these ingredients into a glass jar and shake it!
The order in which you add the ingredients doesn’t matter. However, it is important to make your mix a few hours ahead to give time for the flavors to blend.
In fact, the taco seasoning will get more intense in flavors day after day, releasing the most delicious taco flavors to your dish.
You can use this keto-friendly taco seasoning to make any taco meat. Add 1 teaspoon of the mix per 1/2 pound (250 grams) of meat or vegetables.
To know which vegetables are keto-friendly, make sure to have a look at my list of the best keto vegetables.
First, warm oil in a saucepan, then start frying the meat, and finally add the spices halfway. The best meat to make keto tacos are ground chicken, pieces of chicken breast, or ground beef.
However, if you are looking for a keto vegetarian taco recipe, use sliced mushrooms or cauliflower.
My homemade taco seasoning mix doesn’t contain additives like the ones from your local stores, but it doesn’t mean you can’t store this for ages!
The key is to store the spices into a air-sealed glass jar in a cool, dry, dark area of your kitchen. The pantry is your best bet to store dried ground spices.
However, if you live in a hot and humid area, it is more recommended to store your spices in the fridge. This taco seasoning mix will last for anywhere from 6 months up to 1 year in the pantry.
After 6 months, the flavor may change and fade, but since the recipe makes 18 servings, you will probably have used it all up within 6 months. Who doesn’t eat tacos at least 3 times a month, right?
You can use this seasoning mix to make my taco-stuffed avocado or with any grilled meat that you roll in my different keto taco shells or tortillas recipes.
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