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Hands Down, The Most Comforting Meal For The Chilly Fall Nights
There’s nothing I enjoy more than a delicious, hearty soup on a cool fall day. I’m a big fan of this season – I like the cooler weather, the crispy air and the golden shade of autumn sunlight. What I don’t like is the fact that it gets cold inside the house, too. Which is where all kinds of soups come in handy. No, you can’t wear them (at least I wouldn’t recommend that), but a steaming hot bowl of soup will fill your belly and make you feel warm again.
My family doesn’t always agree with me, though! You know how it is with teenagers; I guess soup isn’t a very trendy dish these days. They would rather have tacos, burgers or lasagna – or something else I really can’t even pronounce correctly.
I was determined to make soup, anyway, but I wanted to surprise my family by turning it into something they would actually love to eat. Enter, this incredible tortilla soup from Noshing With The Nolands!
This is such a brilliant idea and I’m kind of jealous that I didn’t think of this on my own… But I’m super happy they did, and decided to share the recipe!
Recipe and image courtesy of Noshing With The Nolands.
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Quick Tip: Like your food extra spicy? Add some diced jalapenos!