Diane's Low-Sodium recipes
(7 Recipes) Created by PVILLELADY
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After looking at the sodium levels of even reduced salt broth, I knew that I had to make my own.
Submitted by MARYOHIO
Carbs: 3.4g | Fat: 0.7g | Fiber: 0.9g | Protein: 3.6g | Calories: 33.6
Very Good 4.8/5
If you are cooking for someone on a low sodium diet, use this recipe instead of taco seasoning. This recipe is the equivelant to one package of taco seasoning (or 3 tablespoons.) Adjust the strength of any ingredient to your taste.
Submitted by APRILDAWN678
Carbs: 2.1g | Fat: 0.4g | Fiber: 0.8g | Protein: 0.4g | Calories: 11
Very Good 4.4/5
Submitted by REVRACE24
Carbs: 5.9g | Fat: 1.8g | Fiber: 0.1g | Protein: 0.4g | Calories: 41.1
Very Good 4.0/5
It is hard to find low sodium foods so I make my own.
Submitted by MOM1014
Carbs: 12.3g | Fat: 0.6g | Fiber: 4.5g | Protein: 4.5g | Calories: 70
Submitted by BEVERLY55
Carbs: 14.7g | Fat: 5.4g | Fiber: 1.7g | Protein: 4g | Calories: 128.1
Submitted by ROSERRR
Carbs: 25.8g | Fat: 8.4g | Fiber: 6g | Protein: 11.4g | Calories: 218.6
Very Good 4.5/5
My husband is very salt sensitive and diabetic. Many of the taco seasoning packets found in the store contain sugar and lots of salt. Many also contain a thickening agent (usually corn starch) that just adds calories and is not really necessary. Mix this homemade version up ahead to use instead for healthier Mexican-style food.
About 2 Tbsp. equals 1 regular packet for seasoning power. Use 1 Tbsp. for a milder flavor.
Be sure to read the label on your chili powder. It is a combination of spices. Most do not contain salt or sugar, but some might.
If you like the little chunks of onion or garlic in your seasoning, use dried, minced onion or garlic instead of the granulated or powdered version. You will need about twice as much as the amounts listed and it will change the nutritional information slightly.
Submitted by BJMOOMEY
Carbs: 2g | Fat: 0.5g | Fiber: 1g | Protein: 0.5g | Calories: 11.3