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2lbs browned ground beef, drained
1 can black beans w/liquid
1 can white corn w/liquid
1/2 can diced tomatoes w/liquid
1 packet taco seasoning
1 packet ranch dressing mix

Put it all in a pot, simmer for 30 minutes.
Serve with grated cheese, sour cream, and white corn tortilla chips.

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sounds delicious, but this sounds more like a sauce than a soup, is it missing anything, like water and beef base or chicken base?

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Rynar wrote:
sounds delicious, but this sounds more like a sauce than a soup, is it missing anything, like water and beef base or chicken base?


No its not missing anything. The first time I saw the recipe, (I modified it slightly, it originally called for yellow corn and pinto beans) I was very wary but my step-daughter looked at the ingredients and asked if I would make it so I did. It turned out great...its really thick, almost like a dip I guess. Not a lot of broth to it really. But it has such a tangy zesty flavor, great texture, and is really good when you scoop it up on tortilla chips.
My kids and my husband hate soup and they hate beans and tomatoes but they really love this stuff and even ask for it.

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Needs green chilies to be authentically Sante Fe :P

Sounds delicious!

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I would say green chilis, chipotle, jalepeno, probably some fresh avacado and fresh cilantro. Maybe some lime juice, a pinch of roasted and ground fennel, and a bit of cumin.

Then cream it out slightly with a tiney bit of heavy cream and jack cheese, and a touch of sour cream.

Maybe even substitute shredded beef, turk, chick, or pork for the grounf beef.

Finish with fine cut chives, fine diced red onion, and very very finely shredded chedder.

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Yeah, Rynar knows well what we think Santa Fe is in California.

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LadyKate wrote:
Rynar wrote:
sounds delicious, but this sounds more like a sauce than a soup, is it missing anything, like water and beef base or chicken base?


No its not missing anything. The first time I saw the recipe, (I modified it slightly, it originally called for yellow corn and pinto beans) I was very wary but my step-daughter looked at the ingredients and asked if I would make it so I did. It turned out great...its really thick, almost like a dip I guess. Not a lot of broth to it really. But it has such a tangy zesty flavor, great texture, and is really good when you scoop it up on tortilla chips.
My kids and my husband hate soup and they hate beans and tomatoes but they really love this stuff and even ask for it.


Thanks for sharing the idea. I'm definatly going to play with this.

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Cool. Let me know how it turns out.

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Huh, so, you're getting the liquid from the soup from the beans, corn, and tomatoes ... You could drain all of those, and use a cup or two of beef or chicken stock. I'll bet that would be pretty tasty. Thanks, might try this for my kids tonight.

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My wife makes this...with the green chiles added, but we call it "taco soup" because the woman who gave us the recipe called it that.

My kids (all of them) will even eat it, and there is no bigger stamp of approval than that.


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Aethien wrote:
Huh, so, you're getting the liquid from the soup from the beans, corn, and tomatoes ... You could drain all of those, and use a cup or two of beef or chicken stock. I'll bet that would be pretty tasty. Thanks, might try this for my kids tonight.


You could if you wanted to I suppose, but really, the soup is so tasty as it is you really wouldn't need to....and the way it is makes it sooo easy to make.

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Lonedar wrote:
My wife makes this...with the green chiles added, but we call it "taco soup" because the woman who gave us the recipe called it that.

My kids (all of them) will even eat it, and there is no bigger stamp of approval than that.


I love green chiles. Maybe I can sneak some in next time and hope the kids don't notice. They see anything green and they won't eat it, haha!

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Just wanted to say that this dish is fine as wine. The chips really make it.

I really got lucky. I thought I was getting a hot chick with a great voice and personality who is great in the sack. I didn't realize she could cook so well.

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Nitefox wrote:
Just wanted to say that this dish is fine as wine. The chips really make it.

I really got lucky. I thought I was getting a hot chick with a great voice and personality who is great in the sack. I didn't realize she could cook so well.


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LadyKate wrote:
Lonedar wrote:
My wife makes this...with the green chiles added, but we call it "taco soup" because the woman who gave us the recipe called it that.

My kids (all of them) will even eat it, and there is no bigger stamp of approval than that.


I love green chiles. Maybe I can sneak some in next time and hope the kids don't notice. They see anything green and they won't eat it, haha!


My mum trained me in greens by chopping them into tiny bits (enough so I can't pick it out) and adding them to meat dishies... I eventually got sick of trying and just ate it.


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Rynar and Aethien...did you try this recipe? I'd be interested to hear how your kids liked it Aethien, and the modifications you were talking about Rynar.

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Sounds awesome LadyKate. We used to eat black beans at sea often. We even substituted
them for blackeyed peas on New Years Day, changing the coonass good luck tradition. They
seem equally (in)? effective.

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I love black beans...and blackeyed peas too. You'll have to tell me about being at sea...I grew up on the Pacific Coast and I love stories of the ocean. They make me happy. :)

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I have not had the opportunity yet. I generally build a monthly menu plan around sales that the local markets are having, and stocking up in quantity, storing stuff in my box freezer.

I picked up about 20 lbs. of pork shoulder last week, and I have planned to use about 3 lbs. of that to make your soup some time this month.

I promise I will let you know. :)

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Yum! Looking forward to hearing about it. What will you be doing with the rest of the pork shoulder? Maybe start a pork shoulder recipe thread?

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LK, tried the recipe.....not bad. A little bit bland for my taste, but with a little adjustments......

I added a little fresh cilantro, and next time I think something (hot) will be just right.

This is also good as a dip, if you add some sour cream, cheese, and salsa....so I've found. :)


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Sweet! Glad you like it, Sam. I love cilantro...and sour cream.....unfortunately no one else in my house does. Maybe I can add it to just my bowl next time.

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Sweet! Glad you like it, Sam. I love cilantro...and sour cream.....unfortunately no one else in my house does. Maybe I can add it to just my bowl next time.
:)

Or, just throw it in and don't tell em.

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Sam wrote:
LK, tried the recipe.....not bad. A little bit bland for my taste, but with a little adjustments......

I added a little fresh cilantro, and next time I think something (hot) will be just right.

This is also good as a dip, if you add some sour cream, cheese, and salsa....so I've found. :)


Sriracha!

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