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McCormick® Chili Powder
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McCormick® Chili Powder

This blend of chili peppers and spices gives a deep rich flavor and color to Southwestern chili, tacos, and beans. Use to season chicken or beef before roasting or grilling.
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About Chili Powder

If you’ve ever attended a neighborhood chili cook-off, then you know there are as many chili recipes as there are cooks. But there’s also an essential starting point—an earthy, complex, well-balanced flavor to set the stage for your own special additions. You might be surprised to know that chili powder is actually a blend of herbs and spices. Ours begins with whole, ripe chili peppers, toasted and mixed with ingredients including cumin, oregano, garlic and salt. Chili is just one of its many uses. Add it to rubs for pork ribs and chicken wings. Stir it into ground beef with onions and garlic as a base for nachos, tacos or a fantastic burger. Then get creative. Shake in extra oregano, a touch of cumin or additional garlic powder. Use it to make whatever dish you love even better!

Full Ingredients

CHILI PEPPER, SPICES, SALT, SILICON DIOXIDE (ADDED TO MAKE FREE FLOWING), AND GARLIC.

Serving Size

1/4 tsp. (0.5g)

UPC Code

52100002118 (1.14oz)

52100004280 (2.50oz)

52100071084 (4.50oz)

Nutrition information (per Serving)

  • 0Calories
  • 0gTotal Fat
  • 0mgCholesterol
  • 20mgSodium
  • 0gCarbohydrates
  • 0gFiber
  • 0gSugar

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“This so much better than the gourmet version. Gonna try the hot Mexican next.”

-@Don Sadler

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  • This so much better than the gourmet version. Gonna try the hot Mexican next.

    Don Sadler | May 23, 2017 | Reply

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  • was not aware your adding salt to your chili powder until you remove it I will not be purchasing it again

    Judith Adams | March 26, 2017 | Reply

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  • Your chili powder is way too salty. This use to be my favorite brand (the dark) but now I can't stand it because all I taste is salt. Let the cook ad their own salt and stop using it as a cheap filler.

    Kathy Green | January 10, 2017 | Reply

    (2.0) stars)