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.See Popular Mexican Soups Recipes
Round out a feel-good picnic with this cool red-pepper soup.
Spiced with arbol and guajillo chiles, this mellow, satisfying chili contains both braised goat shoulder and Rancho Gordo's Ojo de Cabra (Eye of the Goat) beans. The recipe is also wonderful with pork shoulder in place of the goat and ordinary kidney beans instead of the heirloom kind.
Enjoy the great taste of tacos by starting with tomato soup and jazzing it up with taco seasoning mix, green chiles, tortillas and cheese.
Golden corn, black beans and beef chuck slow-cook together with Pace® salsa for a savory, southwestern stew.
Here's a casual, comforting dish that's great for friends or family. Picante sauce adds a zesty burst of flavor that makes this minestrone-style stew especially tasty.
Pork, chipotle pepper and hominy provide authenticity to this slowly simmered, traditional Mexican soup. Although pozole is typically served on special occasions, this recipe is simple enough for everyday.
It takes less than one hour to make this vibrant soup that gets its flavor from Southwest favorites like chipotle pepper, cilantro, avocado and lime juice.
Ro*Tel Diced Tomatoes lend a spicy note to this hearty vegetable soup.
Using canned chicken, prepared salsa and flavorful chicken broth allows you to make this satisfying soup in just 20 minutes. Try it...it's zesty and delicious.
Dinner in 10 minutes? Try this hearty bowl of soup that gets a jump start from Progresso® soup and a refrigerated meaty sauce.
Ready-to-serve chicken noodle soup is easily transformed to tortilla soup with the addition of Ro*Tel Tomatoes, tortilla chips, and cheddar cheese.
Need a healthy, low-fat dinner? Make this slightly spicy chicken soup. It cooks up in half an hour!
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.
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.
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.