Submitted by: Lynne from Scottsdale, AZ, or Downers Grove, IL, USA
Yield: Easily enough for 4-6 servings.
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Saute ground beef and chopped onions until beef is browned. Add the next 5 ingredients ending with the taco seasoning. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat, cover and simmer 30 minutes, 1 hour if you are making larger amounts. Stir occasionally.
Serve with grated cheddar cheese and fried or toasted tortilla chips. Add a little sour cream, jalapeños, and black olives on top, as desired.
Crushed tortilla chips are a great garnish too.
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This recipe may easily be doubled, tripled, or more. It freezes well. I can't think of an easier soup that I have made that is more delicious.
Nice taste and easy to cook, especially with the help of a multi cooker( mine is Redmond m90). Taco soup must be my favourite one, thanks for the recipe!
Very Good Recipe!!! I made it today and my roomates loved it. In my case, I added dry Cilantro, I didn’t make it to the Spice House for their Taco Seasoning :( so I used McCormick Taco Seasoning. I also browned the meat a little before I added the onions so I could drain some of the grease and then added the onions and I also added a little garlic powder.
I will make it again!!!
PS I was thinking about adding a little liquid smoke, but didn’t do it this time.
My family loved the soup and I am definitely making this again very soon. It was so fast and sooo good. I have given the receipt to my friends and I know they will enjoy the soup as much as we did. Thank you for these delicious receipts – I am looking to make another one tomorrow.
I love this recipe it was quick, fast and very good. The best part of it all is that my daughter asked for seconds and thirds and that was a compliment as she is not easily pleased with any meal that I try to recreate. A sure winner!