Instant Pot Taco Soup is a delicious meal that you can make in your instant pot or on the stove pot. Either way yields delicious results!
Instant Pot Taco Soup (+ StoveTop Directions)
Whether you are a big fan of your Instant Pot (affiliate link) or a fan of just cooking on the stove top. This Instant Pot Taco Soup can be made a variety of ways and is delicious either way!
I love that if you use your instant pot for this meal, once you get all the ingredients into the instant pot and let the pressure rise, you just have 15 minutes to wait.
Not bad for a quick meal that will satisfy the entire family.
This easy taco soup has become quite the staple in our home, no matter what the outside weather is doing. It really is a family favorite because it’s a one pot soup that we all love the taste of.
I continuously wonder why it took me so long to get my own Instant Pot..and now I’m wondering if I should have two. Think how much more Instant pot soup I could make it I had another one!
But in all seriousness, this soup is really easy to make in the pressure cooker. Crazy easy.
This Instant Pot Taco Soup recipe is so flexible, you can easily make it vegan. Just omit the cheese! Perhaps you add some avocado slices to the top to add a level of creaminess. Plus, avocado is such a good fat to add to your diet.
This is one of the tastiest vegetarian recipes that I just love to make.
Looking for more gluten-free soups and recipes? You’ll lose these options as well:
- Gluten Free Air Fryer Eggplant Parmesan
- Gluten Free Mushroom Quiche
- Hot Corn Dip; Dairy Free and Gluten Free
Can you add ground beef and onions to this pressure cooker taco soup?
It’s always an option to add in meat if your household eats meat. Just because my site is vegetarian doesn’t mean that these recipes can’t be altered to fit your families eating habits.
What kind of beans can you add to this vegetarian instant pot recipe?
All the beans! Black beans, kidney beans…you name it. You can even throw in some green beans if you want to really get some looks from your family. The more beans and veggies, the heartier and tastier it becomes.
I love topping this Taco Soup with crushed tortillas. Don’t have any tortillas, crunching up a hard shell taco does the same thing!
Even better than that, you can add corn chips, some cheese or even some more diced tomatoes or onions.
If you are looking for a starter to serve before this recipe is on your table, I suggest these Gluten-Free Chip and Guacamole Bites from My Gluten-Free Kitchen!
Vegetarian? Or maybe wondering more about vegetarian life or meatless cooking? There are several different types of vegetarians.
Basic types of vegetarians are:
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After one bite, I think you’ll agree with me that this Taco Soup is delicious! Let’s get to this recipe! Are you ready?
- Put your instant pot to saute mode. Add in onion, pepper and oil. Saute until veggies are soft.
- Add remaining ingredients except cheese.
- Put lid on Instant Pot, Use the manual mode, select pressure, high pressure and 15 minutes.
- Once 15 minutes has passed and the Instant Pot beeps, carefully move the valve to release the pressure.
- Once released, open the pot, stir in cheese.
- Pour into bowls and top with your favorite garnish, such as tortilla chips, cilantro, green onions, sour cream, etc
Stove Top Directions: In a pot over medium heat, add oil. Next add onion and pepper and saute until soft. Next add remaining ingredients, except cheese. Bring to a bowl. Then reduce heat to a simmer. Simmer soup for 25 minutes or until lentils are cooked and soft. Stir in cheese and serve!
Did you make this recipe?Be sure to snap a picture and post it to Instagram with the hashtag #VegetarianMamma! I love seeing our recipes being recreated!
Easy peasy! We are working to add an instant pot recipe a month to our site. Please follow along and keep up with our instant pot recipes. You can also find more soup recipes and other gluten-free recipes in our recipe index!
Let’s talk! Leave me a comment below if you love Taco Soup! Tell me what your favorite topping for this soup would be. Are you thinking cheese, sour cream, green onions, cilantro, etc?