Monday, October 1, 2007

Taco Soup

First of all I love this site. Very good for the beginner or expert cooker.

I don't know how to add it to the side, but it looks good! I love the pics.

Taco Soup

1lbs of Ground beef
2 medium Onions chopped
2 Cans of Tomatos- One Rotel and one plain- I use my homemade salsa sometimes for this.
1 can of Corn
1 can Hominy
2 Can of Chili beans
1 pkg of Taco Seasoning
1 pkg Hidden Valley Ranch Buttermilk Dressing Mix
Tomato juice

Brown Meat and onion, drain off any grease, add to a big pot. I usually put the taco and Ranch packets in first. Add all other ingedients and do not drain the corn, hominy, chili beans or tomatos. Add as much tomoto juice as you like. We like it soupy here. Bring to a boil and serve.

Depending on how spicy you like things you can use more rotel to make it spicy. It is suitable for kids at the current receipe. When I use my homemade salsa it is spicy.

Serve with Fritos, Doritos, and shredded cheese.


FarmWife said...

I'll try to add the link to the side bar later. If anyone else has a link, e-mail me, or leave it here!

Keep up the good work, ladies!

Brando said...

Thanks. I am going to make the Marboro Man's Favortie Sandwich. I love the pics.

I am cooking challenged. :)

You rock Farmwife!