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Taco Soup

Prep Time
5 minutes
Cook Time
5 minutes
1 person

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Taco Soup

 With hearty corn and beans, crunchy chips and melted cheese, this taco soup has just enough spice for a zesty kick!



1. Brown the ground beef in a big soup pot.

2. Once browned, add corn, kidney beans, diced tomatoes, taco seasoning and about 1 1/2 cups of water. Simmer for 5 minutes, then stir in half of the shredded cheddar cheese.

3. Cook for another 10 to 20 minutes. After the soup is cooked, crush a handful of tortilla chips into the bottom of each soup bowl, then add the taco soup.

4. Top with a handful of shredded cheese.


Tip: Top with Señora Verde Tortilla Chips for some crunch!

Categories: Dinner, Lunch, Mexican, Soups

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I use chicken instead of beef. And I use black beans, northern beans, and chili beans! Love, Love, Love this recipe! Yum!

bettyboopntn, Hohenwald, TN

Can someone please tell me if you drain the corn and kidney beans before adding them?

jakeandnoahsmom, Newburgh Heights, OH

i make this meal as well with all save-a-lot ingredients except, i use black beans and senoir verde diced tomatoes with green chiles. adds a little more spice. so easy and so cheap.!!!

acrane1975, Lonedell, MO

i cant wait to make this for my family a grt twist to their favorite dish of tacos.

quinnmamma, St Petersburg, FL

My family loves this recipe! This soup tastes even better the next day.

tnlango2, Walling, TN


nlholland2003, Robeline, LA

This is a very good soup weather it is made anytime of the year, it is always a hit at my house. It is actually better the next day cause all the spices get all through the soup.

freda1963, Eden, NC

One of my favorites!


Yes way to salty i think they might of meant 3 tbl spoons. I had to take a nitrate pill after a bite of that . My heart about blew out.

mneff69, Trenton, MO

For a little heat but not overpowering try replacing diced tomatoes with one can of Rotel. Also it is a bit salty so use a different kind of chip. Save a lot has plenty to choose from. I LOVE SAVE A LOT!!!

scobbcorner, New Albany, MS

This was a bit salty for my taste but I can alter it to taste better..other than that I thought it was great.


Oh wow 3 taco seasonings.. way too salty.. I am goign to add my taco soup reciepe...

forgivin2004, willard , OH

Way, way, way too salty. Try it without the nacho chips (or use plain corn chips), as this helps. It might be better if you cut down from three packets of taco seasoning to one. As written, this is pretty awful. So bad I had to throw it away.

fnesbitt, Albion, NY
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