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This was delicious! Instead of the ground beef I kicked it up a notch and used ground spicy Italian sausage which I added garlic to while cooking. I added a chopped green bell pepper used spicy V-8 instead of the tomato sauce and since I hate the flavor of Tobasco sauce I used Sriracha chili sauce in it's place. Threw everything into the crock pot and cooked on high for 5 hours. Delicious!
Very yummy! I substituted extra lean ground pork for the ground beef since I just bought it on sale and served the soup with shredded mozzarella which the kids loved and sriracha hot sauce on the side for the parents who like it extra hot!
I tried this for my husband and myself - and my husband is VERY picky. We like things really spicy so I doubled the Tabasco. Oh my goodness this was wonderful! And the best part is that my husband really liked it too so now we have a new recipe to add to the slim selection of "acceptable meals" haha. He even took the leftovers for lunch the next day. Thanks for sharing this recipe! It was really easy (I'm not the most experienced cook) and it tastes sooo good!
I did quite a bit to this recipe so I don't even know that it qualifies as the soup it was meant to be but here goes... I did everything as the recipe described then when there was about 20 minutes of cook time left I mashed the potatoes just a little bit and I added one can of drained black beans about 1 tsp of garlic powder and about 1/2 cup of chopped cilantro. It thickened up beautifully and then we sprinkled shredded cheddar cheese on the top of each bowl. Served with warm flour tortillas. YUM!
I substituted ground turkey for the ground beef but it still was very lovely. The soup was wonderfully filling. I was worried that it might be a bit too hot for me at first but after the first bite I knew it was just right. This recipe was definately a winner!