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Spicy Potato Soup

My husband loves spicy food, and the hotter the better. This is a soup we can both enjoy without being too hot.

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  • In a Dutch oven or large kettle, brown ground beef.
  • Drain.
  • Add potatoes, onion and tomato sauce.
  • Stir in water, salt, pepper, and hot pepper sauce; bring to a boil.
  • Reduce heat and simmer for 1 hour or until potatoes are tender and the soup has thickened.
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"My husband loves spicy food, and the hotter the better. This is a soup we can both enjoy without being too hot."
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  1. Ceruzzit
    I love this recipe! Next time I think I will add a can or two of drained corn to it. My family actually ask me to make this soup.
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  2. Chicago Girl
    This is very tasty, but I would cut back on the black pepper next time...a little too much fire for this tendermouth.
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  3. HisPixie
    7/6/2008: This is one of my favorite soups. I have used ground turkey as well. I also like to substitute a cup of chicken broth for one of the cans of tomato sauce (just 'cause I like it a little less tomato-y). I use my french-fry cutter to get perfect little cubed potatoes. 10/1/2009 Update: I made this today using thin round steaks, sliced into strips, instead of ground beef/turkey. I didn't have any hot pepper sauce so I used 1/2 - 3/4 tsp HOT red paprika. Very good! I was told I could make this again. :)
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  4. HisPixie
    7/6/2008: This is one of my favorite soups. I have used ground turkey as well. I also like to substitute a cup of chicken broth for one of the cans of tomato sauce (just 'cause I like it a little less tomato-y). I use my french-fry cutter to get perfect little cubed potatoes. 10/1/2009 Update: I made this today using thin round steaks, sliced into strips, instead of ground beef/turkey. I didn't have any hot pepper sauce so I used 1/2 - 3/4 tsp HOT red paprika. Very good! I was told I could make this again. :)
    Reply
  5. Dragonflykor
    This is one of my family's favorites! We make it all the time. A delicious way to warm up on a cold day.
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