Chunky Taco Soup

Chunky Taco Soup created by FDADELKARIM

This easy taco soup is full of flavor. It tastes even better the second day. Note: If you want it more soupier you can add another small can of tomato sauce.

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  • Brown the hamburger or chicken in a large pot then drain the excess grease.
  • Add all the ingredients except the cheese & sour cream. Simmer for 10-15 minutes on medium-low heat.
  • Ladle the soup into bowls then top with sour cream & cheese. Serve with tortilla chips.
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"This easy taco soup is full of flavor. It tastes even better the second day. Note: If you want it more soupier you can add another small can of tomato sauce."
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  1. Halcyon Eve
    Chunky Taco Soup Created by Halcyon Eve
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  2. Halcyon Eve
    Excellent and easy! It was a tad salty for my taste, even omitting the salt and using reduced sodium beans, but not too bad. I did add about a cup of medium Picante sauce, as it seemed too thick and not tomato-y enough. I also added the cheese & sour cream as garnishes, along with some cilantro, rather than cooking them in--I thought it would reheat better that way, plus they helped to cool it a bit. I also used granulated garlic instead of onion powder as I didn't have any. I used Uncle Dan's ranch mix and Lawry's taco seasoning, and I used the beef option. We enjoyed this, and it was very easy and fast to make. I'll make this again--thanks so much for posting, Nasseh! Made for 1-2-3 Hit Wonders tag game.
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  3. Halcyon Eve
    Excellent and easy! It was a tad salty for my taste, even omitting the salt and using reduced sodium beans, but not too bad. I did add about a cup of medium Picante sauce, as it seemed too thick and not tomato-y enough. I also added the cheese & sour cream as garnishes, along with some cilantro, rather than cooking them in--I thought it would reheat better that way, plus they helped to cool it a bit. I also used granulated garlic instead of onion powder as I didn't have any. I used Uncle Dan's ranch mix and Lawry's taco seasoning, and I used the beef option. We enjoyed this, and it was very easy and fast to make. I'll make this again--thanks so much for posting, Nasseh! Made for 1-2-3 Hit Wonders tag game.
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  4. Noo8820
    This was just fabulously delicious!I had to change a few of the ingredients,as they're not available here in the UK.Instead of black beans,I found a tin of mixed beans in spicy tomato sauce (kidney,black,haricot and pinto)and instead of Rotel tomatoes I used a regular tin,but added 3 chopped jalapeno.We also don't have ranch dressing,so I had to omit it completely.I used homemade taco seasoing,and probably added a bit too much,as my DH said that it was quite spicy,but I thought that it was perfect. A really delightful recipe,that we enjoyed very much.This is a winner for me.Thanks Nasseh. Made for 1-2-3 Hit Wonders.
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  5. Noo8820
    This was just fabulously delicious!I had to change a few of the ingredients,as they're not available here in the UK.Instead of black beans,I found a tin of mixed beans in spicy tomato sauce (kidney,black,haricot and pinto)and instead of Rotel tomatoes I used a regular tin,but added 3 chopped jalapeno.We also don't have ranch dressing,so I had to omit it completely.I used homemade taco seasoing,and probably added a bit too much,as my DH said that it was quite spicy,but I thought that it was perfect. A really delightful recipe,that we enjoyed very much.This is a winner for me.Thanks Nasseh. Made for 1-2-3 Hit Wonders.
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