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I wish you had a rating higher then Five stars. This recipe is excellent! I did add black beans and kidney beans because my daughter said otherwise it wasn’t taco soup. I added more taco seasoning, and I used cream cheese instead of what they recommended. It’s what I had, and the stores are pretty bare. I highly recommend this recipe
This recipe was excellent. I didn’t change a thing. My wife has 0 tolerance for spiciness. She took one bite and declared it was too spicy for her. I, on the other hand, thought it had the right level of bite to it. I have to eat the whole batch myself...tough job but someone has to do it.
I made this tonight but in my instant pot. Sauteed the onion and green pepper, then added all the other ingredients except the cheese, and I didn't bother coating the chicken - just dumped in the spices. Set to 15 minutes with a 10 minute natural release then quick release remaining pressure.
I changed to vegetable stock because it's what I have that is gluten free for the celiac in the family, and added a can of black beans. I had about double the chicken and it made 8 servings. Like others I used cream cheese, too.
It was a total hit and most of us had seconds, and I was asked to make it again.
This was really good. I used costco's shredded rotisserie chicken breasts and regular cream cheese. We added crispy tortilla strips to the top when we served it . They were a great addition. I cooked it on the stovetop since the chicken was already cooked. Family loved it and there was less than a 1/2 cup left. I've been told to save this one!
I followed the recipe as is and my family loved it. My opinion is to start with a recipe like this and not change it until you’ve tried it first, to get the original. Then maybe tweak to a personal taste. I see others adding beans, garlic, cream cheese not Neufchâtel, etc. I think the garlic might change it too much, but corn or beans might work. I wasn’t sure which green peppers to get as they’re labeled hot or nothing. I went with the not hot and it was plenty spicy enough. Our crock pot isn’t quite large enough (4quart?) for it- had to ladle out a little by time cheese got added, so I think slow cooking on stove would work.