December 3, 2014

Late Girl's Guide: Tex-Mex Pinto Bean Soup

Tex-Mex Pinto Bean Soup

Steam rising from a hot bowl of soup just warms the soul during the colder months, doesn't it?  This recipe has been on repeat because it is so easy. Seriously, I mean really easy, but it tastes so hearty and homemade. Plus, soups are a fantastic way to use your leftover Thanksgiving turkey. 

Rosarita Pinto Bean Soup
Ingredients

1. Cook meatballs (or use shredded turkey or any other meat) fully. Set aside for later.

2. Heat soup following product directions. Add chilli powder and other spices to taste. 

3. Add meat to soup and let simmer for a few minutes.

4. Serve topped with avocado, shredded cheese and sour cream. 


Customizing a ready-to-serve soup is so easy, but the payoff is huge. It's an impressive, easy and flavorful fall meal. 
Meatballs for Soup Tex-Mex Pinto Bean Soup
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  1. Looks very appetizing even though I am a vegetarian. Amazing post & would you like

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  2. Yum! This recipe looks absolutely amazing! I can't wait to try this.
    xo, Whitney and Blaire
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  3. Yuuumm! I am a sucker for soups in the winter so this looks amazing!! I will definitely have to be making it soon.
    Thanks for sharing your recipe!
    XOXO,
    Emily

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  4. This look delish! I love the added avocado, because everything tastes better with it!

    XO Chelsea www.shesaidhesaidfashion.com

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  5. Wow that looks amazing!! I love love love avocado.

    xo, Katy

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  6. Oh girl this looks delicious!!! Thanks so much for sharing!!


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  7. Oh this looks really yummy! Everything with avocado does the trick for me hehe

    Melane | Pure Perspective

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  8. Woohoo, I got your disqus to work! I'm not sure if it's just me, but I have the hardest time getting it to come up and can't leave you comments even though I want to!! But, I'm so glad I could tell you how amazing this recipe looks and I cant wait to try it!


    Brooke
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  9. This looks delicious and perfect for an easy, winter meal. Love the avocado garnish on top too!


    xx Nina

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  10. Definitely trying this! Looks delish:)

    Heidi D.
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  11. OH yes. I am so going to make this!! These are my favorite ingredients!! YUMMM!!

    Maggie
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  12. Yumm..This looks amazing!! I will have to try this one when it get's cold here!!

    <3 Shannon

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  13. I don't even really like soup but this look delicious and I must try it!!


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    xx

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  14. Add avocado to anything and it's amazing!

    xoxo,

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  15. hi lovely! i just found you and Im loving your blog!!

    xo
    Sabrina
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  16. Wow....this looks beyond delicious!!!
    xo Erin
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  17. That looks delish! On a rainy "chilly" day here in Phoenix today, this would make the perfect dinner!

    Shannon
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  18. This looks delicious! Perfect for the 30 degree weather here.

    xx Cara
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  19. Found you through Biana's link, and I'm so glad she shared! This looks delicious....and easy! Can't beat that combination!

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  20. This looks delicious:)

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  21. Thank you for stopping by! I hope you enjoy it :)

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