Monday, February 8, 2010


You just gotta try this!


This chicken taco soup recipe is so adaptable to what you prefer or have in the pantry. It is one of my favorite soups that I frequently take to work. It’s different from a similar recipe because it uses chicken rather than beef.

1 can Rotel
1 can corn (not drained)
1-2 cans white hominy (not drained)
1 can pinto beans
1 can red kidney beans
1 pkge taco seasoning
1 pkge HV Ranch dressing
2-3 cups water
2 cans white chicken breast (drained)


Notes:

Don’t let the hominy scare you if you are not a fan of it. Please
(I beg you!) try it.

Feel free to adjust the amounts of taco seasoning and Ranch dressing.

You can’t mess this one up!

And……..it’s healthy and low fat!!!!!!

Hey, aren't you impressed? I do have recipes that aren't dripping in calories and fat!

11 comments:

  1. Blessings, hugs, and prayers,
    andrea

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  2. That's so funny that you lost me at the hominy then got me back at don't let the hominy scare you. Recipe sounds loaded with protein and spice. Two of my favorite things.

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  3. Looks like you like hominy. I have a recipe for pasole. It uses pork. It's a very good soup, if you'd like the recipe. I thought it was on my blog, but I can't find it. Might be that I just didn't link it up.

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  4. Diana, my daughter gave me this recipe and I use it all the time..always so good! Come say hi :D

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  5. I love that soup, and I a make it often! Hope you are staying warm here in cold TEXAS!! Enjoy your week!

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  6. I would love to have some of that right now. YUM Sounds so good.

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  7. sounds good...but will have to pass on the hominy...my son loves hominy...but I've never liked it...

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  8. I could have sworn I commented on this post. I'm losing it! It sounds yummy. I was looking at it wondering if I could do a vegetarian version of it.

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  9. I've been making taco soup for ages and love it! Sometimes I make it with beef, sometimes turkey, and sometimes chicken. If you ever have leftover rotisserie chicken, try it with that!

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  10. Diana, Thank you so much for sharing this recipe. I'm glad I backtracked on your blog and found it. We really like the beef taco soup. I know we will all like this one, too.
    Jase has us eating healthier.
    Jeff likes hominy and everything else in this recipe. Thank you again for posting it! and for all of your other posts, too!

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