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Wow! Erin from the Making Memories With Your Kids food blog really delivers when she cooks her amazing taco soup. The picture alone makes my mouth water.
Check out what my pal Barbara from the Making Memories With Your Kids blog had to say about this recipe:
It’s been one of those months for us. The weather is cold (as it is for everyone) but lots of family and personal things going on right now. So comfort food for me is… well, comforting. You would think that I would crave sweets when I’m feeling frumpy or sad, wouldn’t you? I mean, sheesh, I post enough of them. Maybe that’s why I crave yummy, hearty dishes like this.
This is a wonderful taco soup recipe that I’ll be making time and time again. Thank you Making Memories With Your Kids for sharing it with us. It’s going in my monthly meal rotation during the winter!
* 1 pound ground beef (I used ground turkey)
* 1 medium onion (I used a sweet onion)
* 2 packages Ortega taco seasoning
* 2 cans Green Giant corn
* 2 cans kidney beans (I used a can of black beans and one of kidney beans)
* 2 cans Hunt’s diced tomatoes
* 2 cans tomato sauce
Brown the hamburger and onion. Drain off the fat and add the taco seasoning.
Dump everything into a large pot (make sure you don’t drain any of the canned goods because you need the liquid!
Bring to a boil and then reduce heat to a simmer. Simmer for 30-40 minutes.
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Quick Tip: Serve with tortilla chips and sour cream.
Recipe and image courtesy of Making Memories With Your Kids.