Sunday, September 13, 2009

Taco Soup

This soup is the way to Tim's heart! I got this recipe from my aunt after she made it for us one Sunday after church while we were in college and Tim loved it! It is definitely a staple in our winter menu!
Ingredients
-1 lb ground beef (I use the leanest possible)
-1 package taco seasoning
-1 15 oz can tomato sauce
-1 15 oz can stewed tomatoes
-1 can corn
-1 can hominy
-1 can ranch style beans
-1 can kidney beans (light or dark, doesn't matter)

Brown beef in large soup pot/stock pot on medium/high heat.
Add taco seasoning and mix. Add tomato sauce and stewed tomatoes and mix.
Mix in corn, hominy, and beans. Add 1 can of water (maybe two if you think it needs to be thinned out a bit more).
Let simmer on low for 2 hours. If you mix everything together the night before or earlier in the day and it sits in the refrigerator for a little while, you only need to simmer about 45 minutes since the flavors are all blended already.
Sprinkle a little shredded cheese and serve with tortilla chips.

4 comments:

AliciaG said...

Ohhhh, this sounds delicious! I am so glad you put the recipe on your blog, because I was going to write you on Facebook to ask for it. Can't wait to try it.
Hugs!

Silvy said...

ohhh i am going to try it! thanks for sharing. love the simplicity.

elizabeth said...

Do you think you could use ground turkey just as easily?

Tim and Randi Weigle said...

Yes, Elizabeth, you can. Usually I do use ground turkey in soups and pasta sauces because you really can't tell it's not beef.