With an appearance that is very similar to a traditional Mexican Chili, this variety of soup is typically not as thick as a Chili. Often made with spicy ingredients, Chili Soup may contain beans, meats such as beef, tomatoes, onions, garlic, chile peppers, flavorings, and spices. When made as a condensed soup, Chili Soup can be used as a base for sauces, providing a rich and spicy flavor for many Mexican or Southwestern U.S. food dishes. It can also be served as a soup, adding water to increase the fluid and lighter texture more representative of a soup to be served for lunch or dinner.
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