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  • Tortilla soup

    I bought some ground pork for some unknown reason and didn't know what to do with it. The Minnesota Pork council had a lot of tasty looking recipes and here's the one I tried and it turned out GREAT.

    1# ground pork
    1 onion, chopped
    4 cups chicken broth (I used water with 4 boullion cubes)
    2 cans crushed tomatoes (I used one can w/ 1 can
    rotelle tomatoes with chilies)
    2 teaspoons chili powder
    1 teaspoon garlic powder
    1/2 teaspoon black pepper
    1 teaspoon salt ( I used seasoned salt)
    1 teaspoon cumin (I didn't have any)

    Saute the pork and onion until the onion is very translucent.
    Add other ingredients and boil for 20 minutes.
    The recipe called for 4 corn tortillas to be cut in strips and boiled, but I'm like, 'what tha?'
    For a more authentic tortilla soup, cut the tortillas in strips and fry in a little oil until crispy, sprinkle with season salt (I used a TexMex seasoning that was mostly salt) and use as a garnish.

    Great soup! I'm sure you could substitute ground beef, or WHATEVER!! is what it is...

  • #2
    Ok are making me HUNGRY!!!!! must be close to lunch time even if it is about 36 degrees here! soup sounds REAL good about now


    • #3
      I made it the other day after it snowed here and it sure hit the spot!

      Of course, it's about 60 degrees here now and sunny. is what it is...


      • #4
        Yeah, we had some snow flurries...but it was JUST warm enough to melt them tho....
        but sure is a great day for a BASEBALL game!! lol .....go TIGERS!!!!!! Ok no more posts in here to distort your thread..sorry


        • #5
          this looks good, I think I'll whip some up and see what kind of reaction I get!


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