Taco Soup Served up Ala-JUNKMARKET Style!

January 24th, 2013 in member junk     
CottageElements Lanette Lorsung, editor
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I actually saw this Taco Soup recipe first on facebook.  It didnt give any attribution to the originator of it so I did my research.  Thank you Google!
You will need these canned goods, along with two pounds hamburger and 1 to 2 diced onions.
Cook the beef and onion in a large skillet.
When the meat is no longer pink, drain with a slotted spoon and transfer it to a stock kettle.
Add the canned ingredients.  Stir in taco seasoning and ranch dressing.  
Let it simmer over low heat for 30 minutes up to 1 hour, stirring occasionally.
Ive decided to serve it up on one of these vintage soap stone bed warmers along with some of my vintage Jadite dishes.
With a little embellishments, were all ready for the soup!
Now doesnt that look perdy!
And it tastes as good as it looks!
I actually saw this Taco Soup recipe first on facebook.  It didnt give any attribution to the originator of it so I did my research.  Thank you Google!

I actually saw this Taco Soup recipe first on facebook.  It didn't give any attribution to the originator of it so I did my research.  Thank you Google!


This was a recipe I first saw on facebook.   Unfortunately, it didn't give any attribution to the originator of it so I did my research.  Thank you Google!  And thankfully I did find the creator of it and decided to try my hand at it.  I can definitely say it was a tastey meal and my family loved it!  It makes a big batch and can probably serve up to eight people.  But lucky us we had leftovers!  Since we are such a scandinavian family, I cut the amound of diced green chiles down to one can, and only about half of the taco seasoning.  But for us it was perfect!  Here's the recipe below. 

Taco Soup

Rebecca Crump (EzraPoundCake.com)

  • 2 POUNDS GROUND BEEF
  • 1 TO 2 DICED ONIONS
  • 1 (14 1/2-OUNCE) CAN DICED FIRE-ROASTED TOMATOES
  • 1 (10-OUNCE) CAN RO*TEL® DICED TOMATOES AND GREEN CHILIES
  • 2 (15-OUNCE) CANS BLACK BEANS
  • 1 (16-OUNCE) CAN PINTO BEANS
  • 1 (15 1/4-OUNCE) CAN WHOLE KERNEL CORN, DRAINED
  • 2 (4 1/2-OUNCE) CANS CHOPPED GREEN CHILES
  • 1 (1-OUNCE) ENVELOPE TACO SEASONING
  • 1 (1-OUNCE) ENVELOPE RANCH SALAD DRESSING AND SEASONING MIX
  • GARNISHES: CORN CHIPS, CHEESE, SOUR CREAM, GREEN ONIONS
  1. In a large skillet, cook beef and onions over medium heat until beef is no longer pink. Drain, using a slotted spoon, as you transfer browned beef and onions to a Dutch oven, stockpot or slow cooker.
  2. Add tomatoes, black beans, pinto beans, corn and green chiles. Stir in the taco seasoning and ranch salad dressing mix.
  3. If you’re cooking on the stove, cover the pot and simmer soup over low heat for 30 minutes up to 1 hour, stirring occasionally. If you’re using a slow cooker, cook on low heat for 6 to 8 hours.
  4. Garnish individual servings with corn chips, cheese, sour cream and green onions, if desired.

Recipe by Rebecca Crumb of Ezra Pound Cake

Styling by Lanette Lorsung of Cottage Elements

 


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Comments (6)

JunkArchitect writes: Damn that looks good...! I'm going to make a batch for dinner tonight...thanks!

Jim

Posted: 5:50 am on January 25th
Heavenly_Treasures writes: LANETTE
Lady you have made me hungry and especially with all the cold weather and the snow you got up there.Sounds delicious and a great recipe. Have a nice evening.GOD BLESS ROBERT. Posted: 6:49 pm on January 24th
gadgetsponge writes: Yummmm! Just the right concoction to warm you up on these cold days. Posted: 1:43 pm on January 24th
NDJunkGirl writes: YUMMY! I have a similar soup but not included is the Ranch dressing - I'll have to try it!

-Andrea Posted: 12:05 pm on January 24th
CottageElements writes: Have to say, it was soooo tasty. Glad I made a big batch! I'll make you up your own and bring you some :-) Great for the frigid cold Minnesota weather. It was -30 with wind chill this morning. Ick!

Lani Posted: 8:08 am on January 24th
suewhitney writes: This looks too good to eat Miss Lanette!!! Love the way you have served it up...simple yet elegant!!

Be Well,
Sue Posted: 8:03 am on January 24th
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