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    Default TNT Taco Soup with Pinto Beans (requires a bit of prep)

    TNT Taco Soup with Pinto Beans
    1 lb. ground beef
    1 large onion, chopped
    3 14-oz cans pinto beans
    14-oz can tomatoes with chilies
    14 1/2-oz can chopped tomatoes
    15-oz can tomato sauce
    1 pkg dry Hidden Valley Dressing mix
    1 pkg dry taco seasoning mix
    15 1/4 oz can corn, drained
    1. Brown beef and onions in skillet. Drain.
    2. Throw beef and all the other stuff in the crock pot.
    3. Cover. Cook on LOW 4 hours, or until ingredients are heated through.
    Serve with grated cheese, corn or tortilla chips, and sour cream.

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    Default CP-Taco Soup #2

    The recipe I use for the same thing
    1lb ground turkey
    1 family sized can pinto beans ( don't drain)
    1 can chili beans ( don't drain)
    1 can corn whole ( don't drain)
    2 cans diced tomatoes ( don't drain)
    1 can tomato paste
    2 cups water
    1 pkg taco seasoning

    Brown meat & put in CP dump everything else in and let cook on low 6-8 hrs or 4-6 on high. If you cook on high make sure to check the liquid level after 4 hrs. Crockpot vary in temps so yours might run hotter than mine.
    Serve alone or topped with MYO sour cream, shredded cheese, crushed tortilla chips or onion. Whatever you have leftover Have leftovers? firm & stretch by adding another can of pinto beans [mash some until firmer] & using it to make burritos or tacos.

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