Taco Soup for a Crowd
Cooking for a crowd doesn't have to be time-consuming. This taco soup recipe is filling and so tasty, everyone will be craving more. You can cut it in half for a family meal, but it freezes well, so go ahead and make up a batch. You'll have it all ready for thawing on those days when you "just don't know what's for dinner."
Serve with a dollop of sour cream, some sliced green onions, and corn chips on the side if desired. There's no way you can mess it up. In fact, we think you'll be coming up with your own variations, too!
For a reduced sodium version, just scroll to the bottom of the page for a few replacement tips.
Patricia's Taco Soup for a Crowd
-2 lbs. lean hamburger
or ground sirloin
--Brown hamburger and drain well.
--Mix 2 pkgs. taco seasoning mix and 1 pkg. ranch dressing mix in a bowl.
--Place hamburger in a large stockpot and coat with dry mix.
--Add all other ingredients.
--Add water as needed to reach a liquid consistency (some will cook off). Continue adding as desired through the first part of simmering.
--Simmer on low-medium for 2 hours on the stovetop or in a slow cooker (7 quart size is perfect for this batch).
-Prepare 1/2 lb.
dry black beans from scratch (follow package directions)
ranch dressing mix:
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