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Debra 3 days ago
Fantastic! It's versatile for a range of appetites. Good by itself or with tortilla chips or on rice, depending on your caloric needs.
Colleen Riley 3 months ago
Delicious! I was going to serve it over rice but didn’t realize we were out of it. So we had it over pasta and it was great. My husband added Tabasco to his.
Vivienne 4 months ago
Made this without an Instant Pot and it was so easy and great for meal prep. Also added some frozen chopped greens.
Alysa Woods 4 months ago
It was so easy and delicious but not my fav taco soup 🤷🏻♀️
Veronicka Burgos 5 months ago
Came out delicious. Topped with cheddar on top with a bit of sour cream and some tortilla chips
Kim 6 months ago
Super easy and yummy.
Monica 6 months ago
This was so easy to prepare. I added a few chili peppers, Hot Taco seasoning, and Chipotle Rotel for tomatoes.
niki sella 7 months ago
It’s more like a chicken chili as opposed to tacos but I’m not complaining! Also great over rice like a burrito bowl! A crowd fav!
Laura Mckibben 7 months ago
It was so easy and absolutely delicious!
Andrea 7 months ago
Great, I added red bell pepper, saffron, and crush pepper. I will definitely make this dish again it was so good.
Linda H. 8 months ago
Easy and delicious. I used some salsa I had leftover, instead of tomatoes. I also added fresh Cilantro. I’ll make it again 😊
Keenan 8 months ago
Turn out wonderful. New to using instant pot, and this great beginner recipe.
Andrew 8 months ago
Turned out great. I used regular black beans and regular corn to keep the spice low for the kids. Used the instapot preparation. Turned out perfect. Served with tortilla chips, cheese, sour cream, and pepper sauce on the side. Everyone at the table had 2 servings. Total hit. Will add to the rotation.
Sari Shamah 8 months ago
Easy to make. I actually cooked it in a regular pot bc I don’t own an insta pot. But I also had cooked chicken in my fridge .
Tamara B. 8 months ago
Super easy, tasty and healthy. I cooked the chicken in the skillet then hand shredded. Added all the ingredients in my slow cooker. I used part low sodium organic chicken broth and part water. I dashed in a few crushed pepper flakes for spice. Perfect for a cold day. This recipe will go into my rotation. Definitely a keeper.
Barbara Lindsey 8 months ago
I make this all the time. Love it and it’s so quick!
Ramsey 8 months ago
Fantastic ❤️ I used 4 cans of drained Tyson white chicken and 1 can of Campbell’s tomato soup to thicken. Added the rest to a low temperature crockpot for 4 hours. Served with sour cream, shredded cheddar cheese and corn chips. Not as healthy, but so good!
Dani Smith 9 months ago
I made this recipe but instead of an instant pot I made it the usual way I cooked the chicken with some of the seasoning in a sauté pan, then the veggies and seasoning first then added the rest of the ingredients and let simmer. Turned out great!
Hayes 9 months ago
Yum, added more liquid!
Bonnie Tarlton 9 months ago
Very good! Will certainly make again. Easy & delicious.
Kathlene De Benedetti 9 months ago
Don't have an instant pot. First I cooked my chicken seasoned with Lawry's Seasoning (save chicken juices) and then I softened onions in olive oil in my Dutch oven; then added all the other ingredients (include chicken juices). Simmered over low heat for a couple hours and all was good - definitely is more a stew than a soup, but it's easy, filling and flavorful.
Amber P. 9 months ago
I cooked the chicken in the oven and then threw everything in the crockpot. So good!
kim ortwine 10 months ago
Awesome recipe. Very satisfying
Kidwell 10 months ago
Excellent dish and a snap preparing it in the Insta Pot but tweaked out the ingedients just a bit. - Used two fresh diced Romano Tomatoes & two 8 oz cans of Hatch Green Chilies rather than the suggested canned Tomato/Green Chilies - Added a rounded 1 tblsp of crushed Garlic - Added a healthy portion of Cilantro - Used 1.5 cups of water opposed to the 0.5 cups suggested Definitely going to keep this recipe on file and probably add a bit more heat using diced Jalapeño on the next round.
Julg 10 months ago
This was absolutely delicious. We really enjoyed the flavor and all of the vegetables I surely will make this again and share the recipe.
Kiersten Bryant 10 months ago
this was so good! Even my husband liked it, and he does not like anything with onions. I added an extra 1/2 cup of water and I'm thinking next time I make this I'll add an extra cup of water as well, in order to make it more like a soup than a stew.
Laura Walsh 10 months ago
excellant! made many times over.
Joseph Lents a year ago
so good so easy, although I needed 8 minutes per pound on the chicken in the instapot
Karolyn W. a year ago
I do not own an instapot, so I brought it to a boil and simmered on low for 2 hours - it was delicious! I couldn't find seasoned black beans that didn't contain unwanted additives, so substituted with regular black beans, and it still turned out great!
Greg R. a year ago
Easy to make with the Instapot and it turned out great. Very hearty for hungry appetites.