8 Reviews

This was very good! I did the can of green chile's and some diced chicken breast and it turned out great! We do a hot soup every Christmas Eve and this was last night's hit. Everyone particularly enjoyed the fresh cilantro and diced avocado!

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Mjr #2 December 25, 2013

This was pretty good and a definite change from ordinary tomato soup. I put it on low in the crockpot for 4 hours then my crockpot switches to "warm". The changes I made was using only 32 oz of tomato juice and 16 oz of tomato sauce. I also used chili seasoning ( which I honestly think is the same thing as taco seasoning). Thanks for sharing!

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ellie_ October 25, 2009

Really easy, and really yummy. My kind of recipe! I added a can of green chilis for some extra zip, but everything else was made exactly to the recipe. I had it in the crockpot in mintues, and came home to a wonderful smelling and tasting soup! Thanks, JB, super fantastico el capitan of Las Magico Mistico Sirenas! Made for ZWT5.

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Katzen June 10, 2009

I loved this but it was missing something, my husband says meat, but I tried it again again Lean Ground Chuck, and still no success!

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HotJomama May 05, 2009

This is my favorite type of recipe! I love something that I can throw together the night before, pull out of the fridge and plug it in before I leave for work, and come home to a lovely smell. I used extra garlic and lime juice, and added a small chopped onion. I also added some TVP during the last 10 minutes or so, which gave it a thicker, more chili-like consistency. Next time I will probably add an extra can of black beans instead. Also, next time I will probably sub veggie broth for half of the tomato juice since this was a tad too tomatoey for my taste. Nonetheless, it was delightful. My meat-eating husband enjoyed it as well, and I will definitely make it again! Thanks for posting!

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Prose February 22, 2009

This recipe is a winner in my book for a few reasons: 1) It's really tasty. 2) It's really easy. 3) It's pretty darn cheap. I cooked it on low for 4 hours and omitted the cilantro and avocado, because both are really expensive around here right now. About an hour into the cook time, I added 1 cup of thawed brown rice that I'd cooked a few weeks ago and 2 cups of cooked shredded chicken. It yielded 7 large servings for us and, with an addition of cheddar and sour cream, my husband practically licked his bowl. Plenty to eat, plenty leftover to freeze!

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*Lena* January 07, 2009

I was pretty pleased with the outcome of this hearty soup. I did add 2-3 cups of shredded chicken which was a nice enhancement. Left out the avocados, personal taste preference. Made a nice tasty lunch! Thanks for sharing a tasty soup to my soup rotations.

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Sassy in da South October 21, 2008

I have never had lime juice in a taco soup before but enjoyed how it accented the soup. I forgot to add the rice and did not make it to the store for the avocados. So as is, this is a filling soup. I know I'll have to add come meat to this the next time I make it so DH will be happy. If I thought ground beef but now I'm really leaning towards chicken. I think the lime will go better with the chicken then beef. Thank you for posting this fast and easy soup. Made for *SEPTEMBER Beverage Tag Crowd Pleasers 2008* game

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Charlotte J September 10, 2008
Tomato Taco Soup for the Crock Pot