Gluten Free Taco Seasoning
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Fill up your pantry with organic spices and make your own Gluten Free and Low Sodium Taco Seasoning with no nasty fillers and excessive salt.

Low Sodium Taco Seasoning

This recipe is quick and easy to make and works great as a seasoning on everything from tacos, fajitas, burritos, nachos, veggies, meat, seafood, rice, beans, soups, salads and more.

Why Low Sodium Taco Seasoning?

Well, as we all know for the past few decades’ salt has gained bad reputation; it has been linked to heart diseases, high blood pressure and even kidney failure. However, studies have shown that not everyone has been affected in the same way by this mineral.

That is why I leave up to you how much salt would you should be using in this recipe, I give you a low-sodium option which you can increase or decrease as you desire.

Are you ready to make this recipe that calls for taco seasoning, but don’t have a storage jar at hand?

dry taco seasoning

No worries, just mix up a quick batch of this homemade low sodium taco seasoning and done!

All you need is spices that you probably already have in your kitchen. So simply as whisking them all together, store in a spice jar, and use it whenever you need to!

This homemade taco seasoning is, of course, fantastic when seasoning beef, you should try with my low carb lean beef burgers, as well as in chicken, seafood, veggies or beans in your favourite taco recipe.  Only don’t forget that it can also be used in many other ways as well! 

However you use it, this homemade low sodium taco seasoning recipe is a great one to have in your back pocket.  So go and gather all the spices you need, and let’s make a quick batch together!

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Recipe by iKarolinaCourse: Dinner, Lunch, RecipesCuisine: MexicanDifficulty: Easy


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This easy homemade gluten free low sodium taco seasoning will be a staple in your pantry for making shredded chicken, beef, fish, beans or tofu for your tacos, nachos and more.


  • 3 tbsp Cumin

  • 2 tsp Paprika

  • 3 tsp Hot chili powder

  • 1 tsp Garlic Granules

  • ½ tsp Cayenne Pepper

  • ½ tsp Pink Himalayan Salt, finely ground*

  • 1 tsp Black pepper

  • ½ tbsp Oregano

  • 1 tsp Onion granules

  • ½ tsp red pepper chili flakes

  • ½ tsp chiplote flakes

  • 1 tsp Smoked paprika

  • ½ tsp white pepper

  • 2 tsp Erythritol

  • ½ tsp ground ginger

  • 1 tbsp corn starch

  • ½ tsp hot paprika

  • 1 tsp Spanish paprika


  • Take a glass jar with lid and add all the ingredients, mix with a spoon or spatula.
  • Use 3 Tbsp per 500g of beef, chicken or turkey, or more or less as you desire
  • Enjoy!


  • If you want the gluten-free version make sure all your ingredients have these characteristic.
  • *Use less salt if you wish or none
  • Adjust the chilli to your desire hotness. I am not Mexican, although I can tolerate spicy hot food but not to a super high level, for me, this is the perfect amount, not too spicy and not too week, a nice heat after the first bite but not intolerable.

Nutrition Facts

11 servings per container

  • Amount Per ServingCalories19
  • % Daily Value *
  • Total Fat 1g 2%
    • Sodium 110mg 5%
    • Potassium 68mg 2%
    • Total Carbohydrate 5g 2%
      • Dietary Fiber 2g 8%
    • Protein 1g 2%

    • Vitamin A 11%
    • Calcium 2%
    • Iron 11%

    * The % Daily Value tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.


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