Tortilla Soup Mix, Store in Jars!

Hi Everyone!

In this video I show you a family favorite recipe, Tortilla Soup Mix in a jar.

I really like this recipe because you can make a lot of jars at once (and should), plus each jar results in an impressive amount of food.

Great for those of us who want a little (or a lot) on the shelf. This recipe is especially great for people who are just getting into food storage as it is one way to put a substantial amount of food away quickly and for little cost!

Since learning this for myself I have made over 20 jars and they go awfully fast. I hope yours do too!

These are great for preps, and also as gifts.  Just make sure you let folks know how to use it.

Along with a paracord keychain fob, this is what Everyone in our family got for a present during the holidays!

The recipe:

Two cups crushed tortilla chips

1 cup rice

2 Tbs chicken or beef bouillon (both are great)

2 tsp lemonade powder

1 tsp dried cilantro

1/2 tsp garlic powder

1/2 tsp cumin

1 tsp salt

1/4 cup dried grated onion

You put  the crushed tortilla chips in a quart canning jar, and everything else goes into a sandwich size zipper baggy and then into the same  jar. Top it off with an O2 absorber is desired (keeps for a lot longer if you do).  Done.

Now to make it:

1) Add the baggy ingredients to 8-10 cups of water (8 is thicker, 10 is thinner).  Then you add a can of tomatoes (diced, stewed, sauce) or a can of dark beans (pinto, kidney, black), or half and half – be creative.  Get it boiling and then drop to a simmer for 20- 30 minutes (let those flavors mix).

2) Turn off the heat, add the crushed tortillas, cover and let sit for 5 minutes.

3) Serve in bowls and enjoy. Sour cream, shredded cheese, and your favorite picante or hot sauce are great adders also.

Food storage can be a challenge. How to store food long term can take many forms! This is a pretty cool way to roll.

Cheers!

Willie

 
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