Saturday, December 10, 2011

Mom's Taco Soup Recipe

TL has been sick all week... so last night, I decided I would cook dinner.  (Shocking, I know)
I surprised myself with how yummy it turned out... although it is very easy to make.
Mom's Taco Soup
 This is my handwriting on my mom's recipe cards that I made in middle school.
pretty easy to make!
Used my slap chop my mom got me for Xmas last year
Yummy
The topping ingredients
The finished product
I even set the table for us {sort of}

I enjoyed making dinner and hope to start doing it more often.  I love using my mom's recipes she used while I was growing up.  She and my MIL are both such good cooks, I have a lot to learn!

What's your favorite recipe that reminds you of growing up?

14 comments:

Simone said...

You are so cute! I hope your husband feels better very soon.

I have been doing cooking classes soon which have made me feel much more confident about cooking - and also made me enjoy it much more. Trouble is usually that my husband is a great cook so I tend to try to avoid cooking for him!

I have one of those chopper things, bought it from Pampered Chef, I keep forgetting to use it!!

Happy Weekend! X

Arielle said...

YUM! I'm definitely going to have to try this!

Frances said...

yummm!!!! can't wait to make this, taco soup is my favvvvv!!

rinniez said...

wow taco soup, never heard of that - sounds yummy! im totally going to try and make a vego version :) xx

Jenn :D said...

Oh yummy! Thanks for sharing--feel better TL! I just got sick and it stinks. Lots of vitamin C!

K said...

This recipe sounds delish!

Kristin said...

That looks delish!!

Stephanie said...

Looks Aaaa-mazing!! LOVE soup recipes during the winter! ;)

Nicole Marie said...

ok now i need some fritos.

shay said...

this looks so yummy! can't wait to try it. it will be perfect now that the weather is Freezing!

KRISTIN said...

OMIGOSH YUM!!!!!!!!!

Smiling is Good for Your Teeth said...

mmmm!! potato leek and butternut squash! those are my favorites!

Ashley Auld said...

That sounds delish. I will have to make it next week. Good job T! :)

Val said...

What a warm and cozy soup!