Spicy Potato Soup Recipe
- 1 pound ground beef
- 4 cups cubed peeled potatoes (1/2-in. cubes)
- 1 small onion, chopped
- 3 cans (8 ounces each) tomato sauce
- 4 cups water
- 2 teaspoons salt
- 1-1/2 teaspoons pepper
- 1/2 to 1 teaspoon hot pepper sauce
- 1. In a Dutch oven, brown ground beef over medium heat until no longer pink; drain. Add the potatoes, onion and tomato sauce. Stir in the water, salt, pepper and hot pepper sauce; bring to a boil. Reduce heat and simmer for 1 hour or until the potatoes are tender and the soup has thickened. Yield: 8 servings (2 quarts).
1 cup: 159 calories, 5g fat (2g saturated fat), 28mg cholesterol, 764mg sodium, 16g carbohydrate (2g sugars, 2g fiber), 12g protein.
Reviews for Spicy Potato Soup
"My husband and I really like this soup with cornbread. I add a can of drained corn and cook it in the crockpot ALL day. (I make the potato cubes small so they will cook.) NO peeking or lifting the pot all day and it is perfect at dinner time! (I have to put it to cooking around 6:30 AM before leaving for work and get home around 5:00 PM so it does cook over 10 hours but PERFECT!)"
"So easy and delicious! This is a family favorite. I make this at least twice a month."
"So easy to make and absolutely delicious!"
"This was okay, but nothing special. Had to add a lot of things to give it flavor. My throw together recipes are better than this. However, it's a good base recipe."
"Really good - a little too much hot sauce for us - will try 1/2 tsp of hot pepper sauce next time."
"I've been making this since the recipe was originally published years ago. No changes needed unless the heat is too much or too little for your liking. If that's the case, adjust the hot sauce and black pepper a bit. This soup and a loaf of crusty bread is a wonderful winter meal. Few things this simple taste this good!!"
"I've made this a few times. It's an easy recipe to make and tastes good, especially the next day. Like any recipe, you can alter the ingredients to your personal preferences. After my first time making it, I added some fresh salsa from the produce section at the store. I liked the change this gave the soup. Don't drain the salsa. Add the juice too for an extra zip. A friend added some spinach when she made this soup. Make some cornbread to have on the side. Perfect for a winter meal."
"This is absolutely amazing! We've made this once already this winter and we are making again tonight. We are doubling this recipe. The leftovers are great, and you can't just eat one bowl! We use Frank's RedHot Original Cayenne Pepper Sauce and when doubling will use the full 2 tsps. and the full 3 tsps. of pepper. Try it ... you won't be disappointed!"
"I was surprised something so simple to make could taste that good. I added a jalapeno and a little beef base...(Which basically are staples that I add to many things) I am sure it would have been just as tasty without those. Oh and I added a can of corn too come to think about it!...My husband Loved this soup! Some crusty rolls and dinner is on!"
"I've been making this for many years with both beef or pork sausage. Not only is it very, very simple & easy, it has so much flavor that you just can't get enough. Pairs well with crusty warm bread. I use a combination of canned tomato soup, canned diced tomatoes and fresh tomatoes. Definitely gives it more flavor. Tip: To make this faster, I steam the potatoes first in my microwave steamer (10 minutes). The hot sauce I use is all natural from the Caribbean (https://www.jcskitchen.com/p-10570-CEG-Hot-Crushed-Peppers) and test it as it cooks. I may even add some Frank's hot sauce or Cholula sauce or a combination of the three. I'd be surprised if you made this and DIDN'T like it. It's that good."
"I have made this several times...I turned it into a vegetable soup by adding, celery, carrots, green beans, tomatoes, corn and peas...Just had some for lunch..."
"I have made this soup for my family for years. I got it out of the 94 Taste of Home Magazine. I was very upset when it was left out of the Taste of Home Cookbook that was made for that year. Lucky I kept that magazine. My family loves this soup and I have passed it on to many others. It is great if you like spicy but don't want beans. A great substitute for chili we think. I usually double it as it is even better warmed up."
"A friend of mine had an old tasteofhome mag i saw this recipe and tried it,my family love all my sunday dinners i tried from that mag....This is a great fav of my girls."
"My friend and I have been making this soup ever since it was first published in Taste of Home. The ingredients are usually on hand, and it is an excellent gift to take to a friend. Always welcomed, but include the recipe for them."
"My picky daughter loved this. add corn and maybe more meat. I also used stock instead of water."
"We LOVE this recipe and it comes out of the cabinet every winter. I have the Taste of Home magazine from when this came out more than a couple of years ago. Am making it for the concession stand at the regional wrestling tournament. I'll follow the recipe for that venue, but for home, I use at least 2 tsp of the hot sauce. When we're counting points/calories, we've used non-meat crmble instead of the hamburger and it's still a great meal."
"This is a great recipe! I used chicken broth instead of water and will try adding additional veggies next time. Great to freeze and reheat later! :)"
"This is one of my "go to" cold weather soups and since we don't get very many cold days here in Texas that's saying something. I've made this for several years with a few changes--I use 6 cups of potaoes (I scrub them well and don't bother to peel them), 2 onions, a large (29oz) can of tomato sauce, 2 tsp of hot pepper sauce and I throw in 2 bay leaves if I have them--everything else stays the same. So good and easy!"
"My family loves this recipe."
"This was very good."
"Theeeee best!! I've been making this one for over 10 years now. I've added my own touch to it. I use 2 cups of cubed potatoes, 4 cans of tomato sauce, about 6 cups of water, everything else but no hot sauce and at the end of the hour of simmering... I add a pound of cooked orzo. Makes for a nice hearty meal! Nice loaf of Italian bread and your good to go! yum..yum..yum!"
"I actually got this recipe many years ago from my Taste of Home magazine subscription. I have been making it ever since and have substituted part of the tomato sauce and hot pepper sauce with picante salsa and was still very good. Very good and satisfying recipe. I've made it numerous times over the years."
"We love this recipe. I've been making this since it first came out in 'Taste Of Home' several years ago. Sometimes I add a little cabbage to it but the basic recipe is great by itself (I add a little extra hot sauce to mine)."
"This recipe rates as one of those family meals that everyone is excited about when they know this is being served. Our 29 year old still requests this for his BD dinner!!"
"This one is so good I made it a long time ago and it was a hit.It tastes like it is out of a can."
"It was simple and delicious. Even my picky son like it."
"i have made this recipe several times,my husband loves it.i had it in a taste of home magazine,and lost it.i looked it up on your web site."
"This is a great recipe. My daughter and I love this soup. I didn't change a thing."
"Sorry, but this was a disappointment. I guess I should have known it would taste like ground beef, potatoes and tomato sauce with hot pepper sauce for heat."
"Everyone in my family loves this soup. It is very flavorful, even though I don't add the hot sauce, it still tastes great!"
"Great, simple and fast! I find it to be not heavy and goes great with a grilled cheese or cornbread. I have shared this recipe with many people who loved it also."
"I have been making this for years, but now substitute a 24-oz jar of medium salsa instead of the tomato sauce and hot sauce. You can substitue all or part of the tomato sauce, depending upon your taste."