turkey taco soup

I was recently asked by The California Olive Committee to participate in Kitchen PLAY’s SideCar Event celebrating California Black Ripe Olives and National Taco Day.  Fall is here and I knew I wanted to make taco soup.  It just sounded so good to me: ground turkey, hearty beans, olives, corn and tomatoes in a warm spicy broth topped with cheese and a dollop of sour cream.   The best part is this dish is so easy to make and wonderful for feeding crowds or for potlucks.

The California black olives add a nice richness and saltiness to the soup while the cheese and the sour cream help cut the spiciness from the taco seasoning and green chiles.

turkey taco soup

Join Kitchen PLAYCalifornia Ripe Olives and some of your favorite food bloggers for a Twitter Party on October 16th, 7:00 PM EDT. Learn about this tasty, nutritious and versatile food. Have fun testing your olive knowledge. Win great olive prizes! Register here.

Beginning October 1, read all ten posts at Kitchen PLAY celebrating National Taco Day with California Ripe Olives for clues. Each post contains an “olive fact” that may appear as a trivia question during the Twitter Party. A new post and fact will be revealed each day, Monday through Friday, until October 12.

My CA Ripe Olive fact: There are more than 1100 table olive growers in California.

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Disclaimer:  I was compensated for my time and efforts for this Kitchen PLAY post.  All opinions are my own.

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7 Responses to Taco Soup

  1. Joyce says:

    I had the pleasure to eat this tasty soup last week and my mouth is watering right now just thinking about it. It’s like taking a bite into a taco, except it’s really soup!! A thumbs up, gotta try it recipe.

  2. Falisha says:

    This soup is the absolute BEST comfort on a rainy day like today, or any day in general. Its like a chili, with the perfect amount of veggies and cheese. An absolute MUST TRY! Also, very easy to put together, and makes perfect left overs! LOVE LOVE LOVE THIS!

  3. Great “pantry” soup for a slightly rainy day! Looks delicious!

  4. Quynh says:

    Glad I had a chance to try this delicious soup! This is not something to pass up on. After you take the first bite you will be craving for more! If you are reading this comment, stop whatever you are doing and make this recipe now! You won’t regret it :)

  5. Alessandra Lewis says:

    I absolutely love this soup. I made it tonight and it was super easy, fast to make and the clean up was a breeze. Great as a weeknight meal and perfect for a rainy days. Hearty and very tasty. The flavor of the taco seasoning blends in well with the meat leaving the house with the aroma of a great Mexican food restaurant that we all crave. The combination of the three different types of beans also go well together. Then the veggies, cheese, avocados and we even added a little lime juice and pronto, we felt like we were in an exclusive cantina in Mexico. My family and even my two year old loved it. I’m going to be making this a lot this winter. I’m taking some to work with me tomorrow. Thank you, thank you, thank you.

  6. Valentina says:

    This is so perfect for fall. Looks comforting & delicious!

  7. kitchenrunway says:

    Joyce: Thank you! So glad you enjoyed it!

    Falisha: Thank you! Happy that you loved it! :)

    Dorothy at Shockingly Delicious: It’s definitely a pantry soup and perfect on a rainy day!

    Quynh: :) Thank you!

    Alessandra: Happy to hear that your family enjoyed the soup! I bet the squeeze of lime juice added just enough zip. Thank you!

    Valentina: Thank you! I’m all about comfort dishes during the fall!

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