Authentic Mexican

  • Adobo Ole’

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    Adobo Ole’ is a perfect blend of spices that adds a Tex Mex flare to beef, pork, chicken and beans.

  • Black Bean Ole’ Seasoning

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    This delicious blend of garlic, onion, and spices is the perfect accompaniment to tender black beans – it is so flavorful that it will have your whole family shouting “Ole'!”

  • Carne Guisada Seasoning

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    Our legendary Carne Guisada seasoning creates a rich and robust stew packed with tantalizing spices and melt-in-your-mouth slow-simmered beef.

  • Chicken Flavor Concentrate

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  • Chicken Tomato Flavor Concentrate

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    To Prepare a Delicious Tomato Flavored Chicken Broth:

    Dissolve 2 teaspoons Bolner's Fiesta Chicken Tomato Flavor Concentrate in 2 cups of boiling water. Increas the amount by 1-2 teaspoons or to taste for Tortila Soup, Fideo, Pasta or Spanish Rice recipes. Esta Rico!

  • Chili Lime Seasoning

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    Our Chili Lime Seasoning is our traditional Chili Mix with a kick. When added to your favorite Tex-Mex recipes, you’ll enjoy a fresh hint of citrusy goodness.

  • Chili Mix

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    Though you will find thousands of recipes for chili online, there is only one Bolner's Fiesta Brand Chili Mix – a flavorful blend of chili pepper, paprika, and garlic, this seasoning makes for a mouth-watering chili.

  • Chorizo Spice Mix – Salt Free

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    Why settle for store-bought sausage when making your own flavorful chorizo at home is so easy with Fiesta Brand Chorizo Spice Mix?

  • Cinnamon Sticks

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    Used in both savory and sweet dishes, Cinnamon Sticks date back as early as 2000BC. It is commonly referred to as Cinnamon Bark and can easily be turned into powdered Cinnamon by grinding it in a spice grinder.

  • Comino, Ground

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    Used in soups, stews, and even cheeses. With its distinctive aroma and taste, cumin is the second most popular spice in the world, next to black pepper. With its strong, sharp flavor and its distinctive taste, cumin makes a wonderful addition to everyone’s pantry.

  • Comino, Whole Seed

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    Whole Comino or Cumin has been around since ancient times. It’s used in many different cultures and recipes. Originally found in the Mediterranean – and a favorite to both the Romans and Greeks – then later brought to America by the Spanish and Portuguese explores.

  • Crushed Red Pepper

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    Walk into any Italian restaurant or pizzeria and you’ll see crushed red pepper shakers right next to the salt and pepper.