chef Lindays O'Neill Grassfed Aussie Beef Taco Soup

  • Prep time 10Min
  • Cook time 30Min
  • Technique Grill, Stew
  • Meat Beef
  • Cut
  • Serves 8

Loaded with veggies and nutritious Aussie grassfed ground beef


1 lb. Aussie grassfed ground beef

1/2 Vidalia onion, chopped

3 cloves garlic, minced

4 Tbsp. taco seasoning

1 C. frozen corn

1 C. mixed veggies, chopped

1 handful of cilantro, chopped

8 oz. can of tomato paste

15 oz. can of black beans, drained

1 quart carton of vegetable broth

3 C. water

1 tsp. olive oil


Heat a large soup potover medium heat. Add 1 teaspoon of olive oil, then onion. Stir onion until starting to brown, then add garlic and turn off heat.

Crumble the beef into the onion and garlic mixture and use silicone or plastic spoon tobreak down meat. Cook on medium heatuntil all of the meat is brown, not burnt.Turn off heat.

Mix in tomato paste and all 4 tablespoons of taco seasoning into meat, then pour invegetable broth and water. Heat on medium/high heat until it begins to boil, thenturn down to simmer/low heat.

Add in frozen corn and mixed veggies and stir. Add in drained beans and stir.

Serve hot and top with fresh chopped cilantro.

For Instant Pot:

  • For faster cooking of stews and braises, cut your meat into smaller pieces (1-2”) before cooking.
  • All soup, stew and braising recipes can be modified to approximately 15-20 mins on HIGH setting, per pound of meat with 1-2 cups of liquid.
  • For a nice crust on your meat, do not overcrowd your pan when searing. Sear in batches if you have to.
  • Braised meats become more flavorful if allowed to cool in their own juices overnight.