Enchilada seasoning mix that will make your recipes exciting. This is all your enchilada recipes need to make them taste amazing!
This is another installment in a seasoning series and just like with the chili powder and fajitas seasoning recipe you will love this seasoning. So do you want to learn how you can make this enchilada seasoning mix yourself? Let’s get started!
If you like enchilada you need this recipe because it is easy to put together. When you tried this mix once you will never need any other seasoning for your enchilada recipes.
You only need a limited number of ingredients and it is wise to have a pestle and mortar at hand so you can stir up your enchilada seasoning.
Enchilada seasoning ingredients
The following ingredients should be on your shopping list to be able to make this enchilada seasoning recipe:
- Chili powder preferably homemade
- Paprika powder
- Dried onion flakes
- Palm sugar
- Ground cumin
- Garlic powder
How to make enchilada seasoning mix
Making this enchilada seasoning recipe could not be easier. If you checked the chili powder and fajitas seasoning mix recipes you can see that the important part is to measure all the ingredients correctly.
As I did not have any cumin powder I used my pestle and mortar to turn cumin into cumin powder. It only takes a minute or so to turn these spices into powder.
Then put all of the other spices in the pestle and mortar and stir thoroughly to make sure the mix is well combined. Now that is all you need to do.
Store your enchilada seasoning mix
To store the enchilada spice blend put it in an airtight glass jar. Then put the seasoning mix in your kitchen cabinet and you will be able to use this mix for months. It will not go bad.
As long as the seasoning doesn’t get warm, because this will have impact on the flavor an taste.
Seasoning serving size
Recommended serving size per pound of beef, chicken or fish is 2 tablespoons. However, I recommend to always taste per tablespoon of seasoning.
Add the seasoning, stir through thoroughly, taste and add more if required.
Enchilada recipes to use your seasoning mix
There are a lot of enchilada recipes on the Tortilla Channel that you can use this seasoning with.
All you need to do is replace the spices in the recipe with 1 or 2 tablespoons of this enchilada spice blend.
Take a look at the following recipes:
- Turkey enchilada bowl – a tortilla-less recipe but with lots of enchilada flavor
- Chicken enchilada – simply shredded chicken enchiladas
- Healthy spinach enchilada – healthy spinach and chicken enchilada
- Vegan enchilada sauce – use the enchilada spice mix in this vegan enchilada sauce
- Beef enchiladas – a classic recipe, this beef enchilada
Other seasoning recipes
If you like this seasoning mix, take a look at these other seasoning recipes:
- Taco seasoning
- Fajita seasoning
- Chili powder
- Mexican seasoning
- Adobo seasoning
- Cajun seasoning
- Barbecue Rub
See how to make enchilada seasoning
Want to see how you can make this enchilada spice mix at home? Watch the instruction below and follow along. It really easy:
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Enchilada seasoning mix that will make your recipes exciting. That is all your enchilada recipes need. Done in matter of minutes.
- 1 tbsp chili powder
- 1 tbsp paprika powder
- 1 tbsp dried onion flakes
- 1½ tsp ground cumin
- 1 tsp garlic powder
- 1 tsp brown sugar
- ½ tsp salt
- Measure all the spices and put them in a bowl
- Stir through thoroughly
- Put in a glass jar and store in a dark place
Recommended serving size: 2 tablespoons of seasoning per pound of beef, chicken or fish. Add more if desired
Calories: 53; Fat: 1.9g; Carbs: 9.2g; Protein: 2g;