With the weather turning cooler I now have an excuse to make soup. I like soup a lot if it has lots of good flavor.
So today because it's cooler, and because I missed my pretty red Dutch Oven I decided it's time for my favorite soup.
Several years ago I was at my neighbors house for lunch and when I walked into her house I smelled two delicious smells and this was one of them. Yum! The other smell was mulled cider, another yum that I always love to smell but am not all that crazy to actually drink it.
Anyway, this soup is scrumptious on it's own or with some added ingredients like cheese, chips, sour cream, avocados, etc. Sometimes I like to make it without the meat and eat it with long grain brown rice. I suppose black beans would be good in there too, although I've never tried that.
2 Tablespoons Olive Oil
1 lb. lean ground sirloin
1 red pepper*, diced
1 green pepper, diced
1 medium onion, diced
½ cup salsa
2-3 Tablespoons Hot Sauce
2 large cans chopped tomatoes
¼ cup sugar* I omit this and add extra red peppers
Cilantro, salt, and pepper, to taste
Put oil in a dutch oven,
add the chopped/diced veggies,
and the meat,
cook over medium heat until meat is no longer pink. Then add the rest of the ingredients.
These were the tomatoes I had in the cupboard and it was fine except I would cut the stewed ones into smaller pieces next time.
Simmer for about ½ - 1 hour. If you would like to have more liquid you can add more tomato sauce. Simple, quick, and delicious! Thank You Myma for sharing the recipe with me!
Enjoy and Be Blessed!
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