Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins
Don't buy MSG-loaded Adobo, Sauzon, or store-bought fajita seasoning. Combine with oil and use it to marinate corn, chickpeas, potatoes, and beans for a crispy healthy snack, and it's also great for tacos, fajitas, quesadillas, and I swear by this seasoning for my arroz con frijoles. It works for other Latin American foods too.
- Carefully mix, by hand, all the spices in a bowl until they are all perfectly melded, should be a light reddish-brown color.
- Yields 3.4 ounces, have an airtight bottle or container ready to store inches.
- Feel free to substitute the onion powder for garlic powder for a hotter taste, and cilantro for coriander, and adjust the cayenne according to how hot you would like it.
Tastes great, used it on chicken thank you!
very simple and easy to make. It is very handy to add flavour to the dish. Was searching for this recipe and its variations. I could see another site www.vijigandhi.com , which has a different measurements of ingredients.... http://vijigandhi.com/index.php/indianfood-mexicanfood-imagelisting/mexican-all-purpose-seasoning-mix.html
this mix is very handy to make Mexican sweetcorn for kids after school...thx....
I have no choice but make my own seasonings and this is one I'll make a lot from now on. As suggested, I added some garlic powder and I sprinkled it on french fries. Can't wait to try it on chicken and popcorn as well. The addition of cornmeal was something interesting and new. Thanks for a keeper.