This taco soup is a cinch to make! It’s the perfect dinner for when the nights turn chilly. Grab a pot and lets get cookin’!
Taco soup is a dinner staple at our house during the colder months. I love the warmth and ease of this recipe!
When time is short, or if I need to feed a crowd, this is the soup recipe I turn to! It’s the perfect soup for a baby shower, party, get together, or even game day!s!
You have to agree when I say, taco soup is a classic. One of my favorite things about this dish is how easy it is to put together. When I say easy, I’m talking easy.
I also love meals that reheat nicely (doesn’t everyone). Yup, taco soup leftovers reheat beautifully and it still tastes delicious, maybe even better!
As the nights get colder I find myself craving the warm soups, pasta dishes, and casseroles. These kind of meals are just what one needs during the winter months. It sounds cliché but soup warms the soul. It really does. Now, if you’ve never made taco soup let me just explain how easy it is to make…
How to make Taco Soup:
- Chop onion.
- Brown the beef.
- Add all of the ingredients to a large pot.
- Garnish and enjoy!
One MAJOR bonus of making taco soup for dinner… leftovers taste delicious. Oh, do they taste delicious! (How many times can I say that without sounding like a broken record)?
Last but not least, you must garnish your taco soup. YOU MUST! My favorite garnishes for this taco soup include sour cream, grated cheese, avocado, and Fritos. Lots of Fritos. How can you say no to a dinner served with Fritos?! You can’t.
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- 1 - 15 oz can chili
- 1 - 8 oz can tomato soup
- 1 - 28 oz can stewed tomatoes (if the tomatoes are too chunky, I'll cut them to be more bite size).
- 1 - 4 oz can diced green chilies
- 16 oz ground beef
- yellow onion, chopped (about 1 1/4 cups)
- 1 - 15 oz can kidney beans
- 8 oz water
- 1 can of whole corn. alternatively you can use 1 1/2 cups of frozen corn (which is what I usually do).
- 1 pkg taco seasoning mix
- sour cream
- grated cheddar cheese
- In a large pot over medium heat add the ground beef and onion. Cook until beef is cooked through and the onion is translucent. If there's grease from the beef, drain it.
- With the cooked beef and onion in the large pot, add the chili, tomato soup, stewed tomatoes, green chilies, kidney beans, water, corn, and taco seasoning. Bring to a boil, then reduce to a simmer and simmer for 30-40 minutes. Simmering isn't completely necessary. It just helps the flavor develop. I've eaten this taco soup plenty of times without simmering it, and it still tastes great!
- Serve soup warm and top with sour cream, Fritos, and grated cheddar cheese.