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What Brand Of Taco Seasoning Is gluten-free?

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I want to make nachos surpreme for dinner this saturday night. I usually season ground beef with a packet of Taco seasoning, place over the nachos, top with cheese and melt away!! Then I will add salsa, & sour cream, my family loves it. I make this when we sit down to for a game night at the kitchen table. good picking food, just not sure if I can make it since my husb was diagnosed wit celiac disease.

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I use the McCormick's taco seasoning packets (I think the less sodium, regular, and mild are all gluten free). I used them before I was diagnosed, too!

We do "nacho night" at our house too, and love it! Enjoy!

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I'm a fan of Spice Hunter's Fajita Seasoning for things like that.

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Most Ortega products are gluten-free, including the hard shells and seasonings.

I got a reply fro B&G a*Aug 31, 2005", they are the parent company of Ortega. They issue the following about Ortega( it says ORTEGA All Products, as it was in a big list of all the brands they sell)

ORTEGA All Products

Ortega has been following a strict labeling policy with regard to any allergens in our foods and incoming ingredients.

We have insisted that our suppliers notify us if gluten is used in any of their ingredients and yet is not declared on their labeling. Thus, we believe we have uncovered any potential use of gluten containing ingredients.

Therefore, any Ortega product is fully labeled for any presence of gluten or gluten containing ingredients.

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I have been wondering about taco seasoning as well. I have a big container of McCormick (the kind you buy at Costco), but the ingredients label gets peeled off to reveal the instructions. So I don't even have ingredients to check. Is this the same as the packets? Has anyone else used this before? I don't want to waste it if I don't have to. It's half full!

Lisa

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Williams Taco and also chili seasonings are gluten free. Enjoy

-Jessica :rolleyes:

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I'd just call McCormick and ask them about the large container.

richard

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You guys are all AMAZING! Thank you! I  was also wondering about the taco seasoning thing. It's so scary to be unsure about something because it's like playing Russian roulette with my health.

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19 minutes ago, Asherin said:

You guys are all AMAZING! Thank you! I  was also wondering about the taco seasoning thing. It's so scary to be unsure about something because it's like playing Russian roulette with my health.

These comments are 10 years old.  I know ingredients of taco or chili seasoning packets have changed in that time.  PLEASE do not go by 10 year old info.  Read the ingredients.  They list wheat very clearly if they add a bit of wheat flour as a thickener.

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