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I've made this a few times now and its a hit! I skip the celery, reg diced tomatoes and milk. I use ground beef and a little less broth and taco seasoning, perfect size for us. Also if you don't have the corn tortillas it still comes out great.

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Skylar April 18, 2010

I made this with ground beef (cooked it, drained fat and then added back). After I completed the recipe as written, I decided it needed something to be more "enchilada-like" so i added about 8 ounces of sharp cheddar and about 8 ounces or so of velveeta block cheese. I also added a packet of ranch dressing mix. I liked it better this way and my family loved it. This recipe made quite a lot of soup!

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RachelAnn in Japan January 05, 2011

The soup is delicious!! I made some slight changes due to what is available around here (no Rotel, no diced tomatoes, and no taco seasoning). I used one carrot and grated it - liked the result. No celery. 1 onion. Skipped the salt an pepper. Decided to add about 1/2 tsp. oregano and 1/2 tsp. cumin to replace the taco seasoning. Diced up 4 tomatoes and 1 aji amarillo to replace the canned stuff. Used masa instead of the tortillas (I should have mixed the masa in a little bit of water before adding it b/c it ended up lumpy. Also, used someone else's tip and replaced the milk with plain yogurt. We loved it!! Update: had sour cream and used it to replace milk this time. Also had cooked rice on hand and used it to replace the masa - increased broth (roughly one more can) and cooked a bit longer because of rice. Excellent!

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Miriachi January 02, 2010

Very good! Tasted just like enchiladas! Whole family really enjoyed this soup. Thanks for sharing.

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kgulley November 16, 2008

This recipe is so good! It will be one of the regular meal for my family on a cool day. My children (8 and 5) requested for it to be served on Halloween! Thanks Eddie!! :)

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zacacie October 27, 2008

This is yummy! I used ground beef cooked with a taco seasoning packet, I made it a bit thicker by tossing in some stale corn chips in addition to the tortillas, and finally, I used light sour cream instead of milk - fat free or plain yogurt would work, too. This adds an additional acid to the soup that works well. I really like this soup. Garnish with chips, sour cream, cheese and green onion and its so so good.

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Spit In Soup October 24, 2008
Beef Enchilada Soup