Mexican Seasonings

The bold flavors of Mexico are a favorite in America’s kitchens. This cuisine makes abundant use of Mexico’s chile peppers, that can be smoky and rich or fiery hot. The peppers are combined with Mexican herbs and Mexican spices to create a palate that’s complex and daring, and reflective of Mexico’s profoundly important culinary heritage.

Adobo Seasoning
Adobo Seasoning
Adobo is a seasoning blend with a south of the border flair and it is generally rubbed or sprinkled on seafood and meat before grilling or frying.
Al Pastor Taco Seasoning
Al Pastor Taco Seasoning
Al Pastor Seasoning (pronounced ahl-pahs-tohr), is also called pastor seasoning, al pastor spices, or al pastor rub.  
Barbacoa Rub
Barbacoa Rub
Pronounced "bar-bah-COH-ah", Barbacoa is popular in Mexico and commonly involves the slow cooking of various parts of cows, goats, lamb or pork over a smoldering fire.
Birria Taco Seasoning
Birria Taco Seasoning
Birria Taco Seasoning is an impressive balance of traditional Mexican spices and herbs, combined into one savory blend.
Corn On the Cob Seasoning
Corn On the Cob Seasoning
Smoky hickory leads the way to a delicious summer side dish with our Corn on the Cob Seasoning blend.
Enchilada Seasoning
Enchilada Seasoning
One of our milder seasoning blends, our Enchilada Seasoning delivers tremendous flavor and entertaining heat.
Habanero Mango Chicken Rub
Habanero Mango Chicken Rub
If you're like many Americans, you're trying to eat healthier - which means less red meat and more chicken, with maybe some fish thrown in every once and a while.
Manzanillo Mexican Seasoning
Manzanillo Mexican Seasoning
Named for a resort city on Mexico’s Pacific coast, our salt-free Manzanillo Mexican Seasoning is warm and earthy.
Mayan Coco
Mayan Coco
Chocolate has a long and storied history in Mesoamerica (this area extends from central Mexico south into Belize, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, and northern Costa Rica).
Mesquite Lime
Mesquite Lime
Mesquite Lime (muh-SKEET lime) is a Tex-Mex inspired seasoning blend.
Mexican Chorizo Seasoning
Mexican Chorizo Seasoning
We love chorizo at our house but there are some distinct differences between Spanish chorizo and Mexican chorizo.
Mexican Corn On The Cob Seasoning
Mexican Corn On The Cob Seasoning
To make the popular Mexican street corn — also known as elote — boil or grill some ears of corn, slather them with mayo, give them a coat of Cotija cheese, sprinkle them with our hand-blen
Mexican Mole Powder
Mexican Mole Powder
Mexican Mole Powder (pronounced “mo-lay"), is also called mole seasoning, mole spice, or mole spice mix.
Mojito Lime Seasoning
Mojito Lime Seasoning
Mojito Lime Seasoning (pronounced "mow-hee-tow"), is also called mojito seasoning, mojito lime marinade, or lime mojito seasoning.  
Oaxacan Vegetable Seasoning
Oaxacan Vegetable Seasoning
Whimsical and rich, our Oaxacan Vegetable Seasoning offers deep flavors in terrific balance.
Organic Adobo Seasoning
Organic Adobo Seasoning
Rich in flavor and mild in heat, our Organic Adobo Seasoning delivers the classic flavors of Latin America in an easy-to-use blend that’s made from 100% organic ingredients and is even salt-free.
Organic Birria Taco Seasoning
Organic Birria Taco Seasoning
Organic Birria Taco Seasoning is a fully organic, balanced blend of traditional Mexican spices and herbs.
Organic Chili Lime Fruit Seasoning
Organic Chili Lime Fruit Seasoning
In general, chile and lime flavors are so crucial to Mexican cuisine that most fruits and vegetables are thought to be essentially naked without the touch
Organic Manzanillo Seasoning
Organic Manzanillo Seasoning
This organic Manzanillo Mexican seasoning, pronounced " "mahn-san- NEE-yoh", is our first organic seasoning blend and was inspired by the resort city of Manzanillo, which is located on the Pacific
Taco Seasoning
Taco Seasoning
Warm and brisk, savory and sweet, with a little bit of tingling spice, our Taco Seasoning is a fun way to indulge in a little Mexican flair.
Yucatan Recado Rojo Rub
Yucatan Recado Rojo Rub
Yucatan cuisine blends local Mayan flavors with Caribbean, European, Middle Eastern and Mexican influences. Some believe that this was the world's first fusion cuisine.
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