Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 15 mins

This recipe comes from a friend of mine. I took one bite and went nuts. I make this for my family and they love it too.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Fry noodles in butter until brown and crunchy.
  2. Fry hamburger, onion, corn and salt to taste.
  3. Add both to boiling water with tomato sauce and salsa in it.
  4. Boil until noodles are done to your liking.
  5. Add to bowls top with a whole bunch of cheddar cheese.


Most Helpful

This soupa tasted great! However, I changed the quantites quite a bit ... sorry Christina, but there is NO WAY it only serves 4-6 people! I only used 3 cups noodles, 26 oz. tomatoe sauce, 1 lb hamburg, 1/2 onion, 2 tb butter, 2 cups cheese, 2 cans of corn and 1 cup salsa. This served 12 people!! Plus leftovers! I'm going to re-enter this recipe (to get the nutrition right)...Check out Mexican Soupa 2

kimfromMi January 19, 2009

This is what we ate growing up. You may want to try to fry a jalepeno when you fry the noodles. It gives it a great flavor. Look in the mexican food section in your grocery store and try fideo noodles.

EastTexasMomma January 22, 2008

This soup has a great flavor, thanks to the salsa. The directions call for boiling water, but no mention of amount. I added one can of water for each can of tomato sauce. It seemed to be pretty flavorful that way, but there was not much broth, so perhaps I should have added more?

Chris Reynolds February 18, 2007

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