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Very good and easy! I only used 1 pound of the pork and that seemed to be enough for us. Broke some taco shells into pieces for the tortilla chips - which also worked out okay. All in all a very good and hearty meal! Thanks for sharing!
Very good!! It was easy to make and tasted wonderful. A nice healthful way to end a cold Winter's day :)
I made this with city chicken cut pork (a little cheaper and already cut up!) added some chorizo and black beans-yum! Topped this with sharp cheddar and sour cream and served with hard whole wheat rolls. Hubby gave it two thumbs up, this is a keeper!
This is one of the easiest meals, and so yummy! I have tried variations like beef cubes, tortilla strips, and fresh tomatoes, and it always works out well. We like it with a bit of sour cream on top.
What a hearty and great soup. Full of flavor. The only changes I made were to use chicken instead of the pork, added more garlic, used a can of Rotel instead of the chilles/tomatoes/jalapenos and added more veggies. A great basic recipe. Thank you!
This was a great, easy crockpot meal to make. I enjoyed it and my neighbor wanted the recipe too. Little to spicy for my kids, so we put a dollop of sour cream in it to cool it down and kill some of the spice for them. Also, I agree with Cybele, great with more chips on top.
AMAZING...very easy to make, delicious! I saw it in Parents Mag...can even be done on stovetop, brown pork first, cooks more quickly. Add some sliced jalepenos to turn up the heat. Crush more chips on top to serve w/ cilantro.