Often overlooked, Mexican soup fills the pot with exciting new flavors. From chicken tortilla soup to chipotle black bean soup, these easy recipes for Mexican soup transport tastebuds south of the border.
For an even spicier twist on tortilla soup, stir in jalapeno chicken sausage slices.
Serve a cup of this Mexican-style soup as a starter before your fajita, quesadilla or taco dinner, or serve a big bowl as a stand-alone meal with some sliced avocado and crushed tortilla chips on top.
Packed with chili peppers and warm spices, Mexican chorizo is the perfect substitute for beef in this unique chili. Thicker than you'd like? Simply add more chicken broth as needed to reach desired consistency.
A medley of chile peppers give this unique chili plenty of kick while the addition of thick-cut bacon lends an irresistible smoky flavor. Serve with a fresh green salad for a satisfying meal in less than an hour.
This easy chowder, along with a sandwich or salad, makes a great supper on a chilly winter night.
Cooking the chicken breasts in canned broth doubles up on the chicken flavor for this south-of-the-border soup.
For a creamy Mexican soup without a hint of cream or milk, puree vegetables, broth and corn tortillas before stirring in chicken and hominy.
A topping of crushed tortilla chips adds crunch to this delicious 30-minute spicy chicken soup recipe.
A few slices of creamy avocado act as a cooling counterpoint to the spice in this Tex-Mex soup. Don't forget to serve with a basket of chips and salsa!
Anaheims and poblanos add a lively beat to shredded chicken and fresh corn in an aromatic broth.
This quick and easy Mexican-inspired recipe combines chicken, tomatoes, beans, and lime juice into a savory soup.
This easy-to-make high-fiber soup, full of beef and taco flavor, uses black-eyed peas and three kinds of beans. Serve it for dinner with sour cream, salsa, and chips.
In 20 minutes this healthy dinner is done. Onions and sweet peppers add flavor to flank steak or chicken tucked into whole wheat tortillas with salsa.
This thick chowder recipe is a good way to lure picky eaters away from macaroni and cheese at dinnertime, especially if you have breadsticks to dip into it.