If you’re just joining in, my mom usually blogs on this site but I’m guest posting for her for a few weeks. I’ve been chronicling my adventures in perfecting my art of cooking. You can find the first post of my challenge here, if you’d like to start at the beginning.
Since the last crock pot recipe went so well, I decided to try my hand at more slow cooker recipes. I just can’t help myself. They are just far too convenient.
I ventured out and tried a different cookbook this time, Fix-it and Forget-It Cookbook: Feasting with your Slow Cooker by Dawn J. Ranck and Phyllis Pellman Good. It’s a cookbook that my mom found at a second-hand store. The recipe I used was for a southwest soup.
The recipe was…strange. The soup could only best be described as a kind of salsa soup with potatoes…weird, right??
So in order to salvage it, mom came to the rescue. She’s pure genius. Thank you, Supermom! I’m incredibly blessed to have you as my guide.
We cooked some ground meat in fajita seasoning and added it to the soup along with a can of rinsed dark red kidney beans. (The problem with the recipe before was the soup was only potatoes and crushed tomatoes. — Just too thin. ) Then, we added some sour cream, avocado, and shredded cheddar cheese on the top. The soup turned out to be one of the best taco soups I have ever had!
Until next time,