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    Default Article: Copycat Taco Bell Taco Seasoning

    Tired of Spending .50 or more on a single packet of Taco Seasoning Mix? Here's our very simple copycat recipe for your favorite Taco restaurant chain. Now you can make fabulous tacos at home for just pennies.

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    This recipe is a Winner! We made these last night after seeing this here and they came out great. I didn't even have to add more chili powder and they really do taste like Taco bell.

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    Do you have a gluten-free version of this?

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    Default Re: Copycat Taco Bell Taco Seasoning

    Quote Originally Posted by Moondragon007 View Post
    Do you have a gluten-free version of this?
    what do you normally use to thicken things? If you can use it, arrowroot is a thickener used often...don't know if it is gluten free but measure just like flour--or corn starch could be used if you can use that, again, measure just like flour.

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    You can use Guar Gum or Zantham Gum as a thickener instead of flour.

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    Sounds like the real thing.

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    Bought some the other night @ my local wally world. Was looking right @ reduced salt and for some unknown reason picked up the full salt version. I fixed my tacos & as I began to eat, all I could taste was to much salt. Wished I had seen this recipe before then. Will use next time.

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    Don't even bother with the thickener, I use everything except flour and add 1 TB of tomato paste, let it simmer on low heat for 20 minutes and it thickens up great. I do use 85/15 ground beef. But just a suggestion for excellent taco meat use a chili cut ground beef, it taste just like chopped steak.

 

 
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