It’s finally soup season! Change things up with a beef taco-inspired tortilla soup instead of the more traditional chicken version.
It’s sweater weather, you guys! And you know what else that means, right?
Soup season is here! I mean, yes, I could eat soup all year ‘round, but let’s be real. It definitely tastes best on a chilly night.
I thought it’d be fun to go south of the border with a little tortilla soup. This time I changed things up and made it a ground beef tortilla soup instead of the more traditional chicken version.
You’re going to need some ground beef, onion, diced tomatoes, cilantro, garlic, chicken broth, corn, green chiles, black beans, and some taco seasoning.
We’ll start by browning the beef. Crumble it up as it cooks, just like you’re making tacos. (Mmm, tacos.) While the meat is cooking, toss in the onions and garlic.
Now let’s add all the good stuff to the pot! Beans, corn, tomatoes, chiles, cilantro, and taco seasoning. Boom.
Pour in your broth and give it a big stir.
Simmer over medium heat for about 30 minutes to let all the flavors meld together into one delicious pot of soup.
Serve these bowls of goodness topped with a bit of crunched up tortilla chips and some shredded cheese!