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My daughter made this for Christmas Eve dinner in the crockpot. It simmered all day and tasted fantastic - didn't change a thing.
Delicious! I just made this tonight, and it was a big hit with both me and my fiance. The cheddar topping really brings it all together. The one recommendation I have is about the amount of ground beef: I used the entire 1 lb that I bought at the store, but next time I will only use half because there was a little too much of it compared to everything else. Or, if using the whole pound, I suggest increasing the amount of chicken broth so that there is enough liquid. Otherwise, this was an easy, yummy soup!
5 Stars for Easy and Awesome. I tasted it before it even simmered and it was perfect. I used just under 1 lb of ground beef and wanted more beans, so I added 1 can of refried beans. Then I decided it didn't have enough tomatoes, so I added an additional 1 cup of salsa. Made mine very mild (as that's how hubby likes it). Will serve this for dinner tonight with some home made beer bread. THANKS for posting this keeper.
Exactly what I was hoping for and then some! So great when something that tastes this good is also good for you! I made as posted with just a little over a half pound of ground beef. I put everything but the meat into the the crock pot and after it had been warming for a couple of hours I gave it a little spin with my stick blender, not enough to make it smooth though because I still wanted some texture. That was when I added the ground beef a couple of good shakes of cayenne, (I like it spicy), and a pinch of S and P. The crock pot was really the thing to use because the flavor just got better the longer it sat. Excellent and sooo easy!! Thank you!
I loved this soup, its so tasty!!!! Lots of flavor!! My mom and dad loved it and even my kids. I definitely will be making this often. Thanks for the recipe!
Made this for my husband (I don't do spicy) and he rates it Five Stars. Couldn't ask for an easier recipe. Sure to be a favorite this winter.
This is quick, easy and oh-so-good! I did make a couple of changes: I softened a chopped yellow onion, a diced green pepper, some minced onion and a little diced celery in a little bit of olive oil before adding the rest of the ingredients. I saved the green onion for garnish. I omitted the ground beef and used vegetable stock. I also cut back on the amount of cilantro because I was using fresh. Finally, I used a can of black beans and a can of refried black bean for creaminess. The only thing I will change the next time is to use two cans of black beans and one can of refried black beans and maybe simmer it a little longer. It was even better the next day. Thank you for a great recipe!
wow! this is the ultimate Lazy Person's Soup! i actually had to make my own salsa (it's hard to find here) using http://www.recipezaar.com/Salsa-Fresca-238282 , which is great! anyhow, i didn't use any beef and used veggie boullion cubes to make it veggie. i added a tablespoon or more of minced garlic and maybe a teaspoon of cumin, too. i omitted the onions. a FABULOUS soup
I LOVED this!! It's exactly what I wanted on a snowy, blowy night! I had had black bean soup in a restaurant & have been wanting to duplicate one at home. This was great! I cut the recipe in half but used 1/3 cup salsa. I added 1/2 tsp cumin & some minced onion (instead of green onions). I also used dried parsley instead of cilantro, as I had none. I am a vegetarian but my hubby isn't--but he enjoyed this as well! I used 1/2 tsp sodium free chicken broth seas (yes, I cheated a bit--shh!) w/ 1/3 cup water since I didn't want the soup to be too thin. I topped it w/ fat free cheddar cheese & fat free sour cream. with a small bean & cheese quesadilla & spinach salad--I was totally satisfied!
Easy and delicious. Fast nutritious and vegeterian option.