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Made this for lunch today, wonderful!!!
This is very good. I did have to add an extra 1/2 packet of taco seasoning to make it more "taco flavored" and make a few adjustments for things I can't get easily in England. So instead of tomatoes with chilies and canned chilies, I ended up adding about 2/5 of a jar of sliced jalapenos (I chopped these finely). I made a substitute for the ranch dressing mix and it's not as good as the real deal, but it worked and I think the olives add a nice touch.
This is my favorite main dish stand-by. It is inexpensive (what's cheaper than canned food?!), delicious, and easily feeds a group. I get rave reviews each time I serve this. Thanks for sharing on Food.com, Sharlene!
Easy and makes a BIG pot of soup! I left out the green olives, then added garlic powder and black pepper. Very little salt is needed because of all the canned ingredients. I served this soup at a party with a variety of garnishes to choose from. My guests all seemed to really enjoy it!
This is so yummy & filling for a soup! I used 1 lb extra lean ground beef, 1 onion, and no pinto beans. I used 1/2 of the taco packet and 1/2 of the ranch packet. Other than that I followed exactly. The only change I would make from that is to next time either leave out the red beans or use black beans instead, for personal preference. I topped with shredded cheese and sour cream, but the sour cream reaaaally made it yummy. Thanks for sharing!!
Great Taco Soup recipe. I have made Taco Soup before, but lost the recipe a couple years ago. More like a chili than an actual soup this is a great filling dinner. I did use black beans instead of pinto beans because I have a bunch I need to use up. The rest of the dish I made as written for some friends. Even one who swore he hates beans gobbled it up. I served with Fritos and cheese.
Was definitely better than we thought it would be. My hubby said he'd even consider serving to company. I made a smaller batch and basically halved this. Kicked up the flavor a little with cummin and chili powder, still not too hot for my small children though. Fresh cilantro is excellent in this (or any mexican dish for that matter). The corn chips (fritos really perfect) are a definite must for garnish.
Easy to make and everyone loved it - the leftovers were amazing the next day too.
A crowd pleaser! Served with cheesy cornbread muffins and salad. My fiance said it was "too beany", but I liked it. May use more seasonings next time.
Simple to prepare and good to eat....that in our house makes a five star recipe. I made this the oher night for supper and we loved it. I served it with shredded cheddar,sour cream and fritos. It does make alot but we are loving the leftovers. Thank you for sharing.