Burritos, beans and even salads can go well with Mexican Soup and even chicken salad or chicken by itself with the Mexican Soup.
Tacos, Nachos, refried Beans, Mexican Rice are also good to eat with Mexican Soup.
The foods that also go good with Taco Soup also go great with Mexican Soup or just about any other soups as well.
The foods that go well with Taco Soup are Corn Bread, Mexican Rice, Spanish Rice, Corn Chips, Burritos, Tacos and Nacho Cheese and Nachos as these all go well with Taco Soup.
When you want to thicken taco soup you can add some flour, cornstarch or other thickener to the taco soup.
I use cornstarch but flour will also work when you want to thicken your taco soup.
The flour or cornstarch works great for making other soups thicker when they are too thin for you.
If your taco soup or other soup turns out too thin then you just need to add some extra cornstarch or flour to thicken the soup out.
However if you want to make your taco soup less spicy then you'll want to thin it out.
To make taco soup less spicy you can dilute the taco soup by adding some chicken stock or other broth.
The more diluted the taco soup is the less spicy the taco soup will be.
If you're making homemade taco soup you should add less spices to the taco soup which will make the taco soup turn out less spicy as well.
When you need to make your taco soup less spicy whether it be homemade taco soup or already made taco soup you can make the taco soup less spicy by simply adding more of the original base liquid, such as more stock or tomatoes.
Some people enjoy the taco soup being really spicy while others find it too spicy.
I love my taco soup really spicy when I am congested or have the flu or cold but when I simply want taco soup the taco soup can sometimes be too spicy.
So I dilute the taco soup with some chicken stock but you can use beef stock as well depending on what flavor you want the taco soup to be.