Taco Soup VIII Recipe
Ground beef and onion are browned then cooked in a slow cooker with taco seasoning, tomato sauce, corn and beans.
Browned ground beef seasoned with a package of taco seasoning is combined in a slow cooker with canned beans, tomatoes, and green chilies. Serve with tortilla chips and a dollop of sour cream.
A hearty combination of beans, corn, tomatoes, and taco seasonings, slow cooked with shredded chicken. Top each bowl with Cheddar cheese, sour cream, and crushed tortilla chips. Made mostly of canned ingredients, this tasty soup lets the slow cooker do the work so you don't have to!
This is aweaome! I added a can of black beans and a half a bag more of taco seasoning. So yummy! I liked it with Fritos, cheese and sour cream. Kind of like a chili with a taco zest!
This chicken tortilla soup is quick to make, flavorful, and filling, plus it freezes well. Garnish with avocado, Monterey Jack cheese, or green onion!
This is yummy and my husband gave it an A! I made some variations based on another review and reviews that said the recipe as is is too thick. I did not drain the 2 cans of kidney beans or the can of corn. I added 2 cans of diced tomatoes undrained also. After browning the meat and onions in a pan, I added all ingredients to a stockpot, brought to boil and simmered 30-40 minutes. It turned out great and no need to slow cook for 2 hours if you don't have the time. I served over Tostidos Cantina chips and topped with shredded sharp cheddar cheese and chopped green onion. I would highly recommend the cheese and green onion. Will make again!
Very nice! Even super picky husband liked it. Only used 1 can of beans and added a little broth. Everyone at work came smiffing around the cubicle when I brought in leftovers. I will make this again!
This was an AWESOME dish. I put it together in my dorm room on a Sunday morning and the whole hall smelled absolutely deliscious by the time church was over. Everyone liked! Excellent, excellent meal!
This was so tasty and and easy. I substituted one can of black beans (drained/rinsed) for one of the kidney beans. I didn't drain any of the other canned things. However, I found it to be too thick, so I added one can of diced tomatoes (undrained), and after reading some similar taco soup recipes, I threw in one package of dry ranch dressing. Then it was absolutely perfect! If you prefer the thicker, chili-like version, follow the recipe exactly. If you're looking for a soupier texture, add tomatoes and some more seasonings. Good leftover - my husband and I ate it for a week and it was still really good, if not better, than when we first made it. A dollop of sour cream really brings out the flavors - don't skip it!