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Chipotle Seasoning Help??

post #1 of 9
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I used to get Tones Southwest Chipotle Seasoning at SAMS Club, but it's no longer available.

Anyone have a good recipe for a similar seasoning?

Seems very similar to "Canadian Steak Seasoning", but with a little Chipotle kick!



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post #2 of 9
I am in So Ca and we have tons of Chipotle seasonings and powder - let me know and it is on its way to you - Just tell me how much you need
post #3 of 9
ever thought about makin yer own. i know alx smokes his, dries and grinds it and i just made a sauce from tomatoes and chilis from my garden and froze it in icetrays for future use.
post #4 of 9
Todd, try googling 'chipotle seasoning recipes,' tons of 'em in .38 second. icon_mrgreen.gif

post #5 of 9
When you compare it to the montreal steak seasoning think mostly about the coarse ground texture of the stuff. Thats what realy makes it.
Garlic, pepper, dehdrated bell peppers, chipoltes and sugar are the key ingredients I would think BUT I never tried it soooo. Anyway getting it all coarsely ground is the key.
post #6 of 9
Gee, what a great guy! Points to you my frind.
post #7 of 9
he tends to be a swell fella!PDT_Armataz_01_12.gif
post #8 of 9
this is a local guy just a city over from me he has great stuff i havent found a seasoning of his i dont love i ran out of his chipolte in about 2 weeks im sure youve tried this scarbelly
post #9 of 9
I totally missed this post since I was on the road for the last 4 1/2 weeks for work - This site looks great and I will be in Temecula in the morning - sent him an email to see if I can swing by and pick up some rubs - Thanks for sharing this
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