9 Great-Tasting Survival Meals for Your 72-hour Kit

by | Apr. 04, 2014

Mormon Life

1. Creamy Chicken Taco Soup


Submitted to My Foodstorage Cookbook by a reader Sharon Bies, this soup is delicious and ultimately simple to make!


1 pint (or 1 can) chicken, undrained

1 can (or 1 cup dried beans cooked) Pinto beans

1 can (or 1 cup dried beans cooked) Kidney beans

1 can (or 1 cup dried beans cooked) Black beans

1 can Creamed Corn

1 can diced tomatoes (petite diced with garlic and onion preferred)

1 can Cream of Chicken soup

1 can (2 cups) water

1 tsp. chicken boullion

2 tsp. ground cumin

1 tsp. garlic powder

1 tsp. flour

1 package Fajita Seasoning

1/2 cup salsa

1 cup “milk” (1 cup water + 1 TBS powdered milk)


Mix together the powdered milk and water and, if preferred, drain the beans. Combine all ingredients together and simmer until done.

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Megan Smith's personal project for the last three years has been to test out (emergency) food storage recipes on her family. By sharing what she's learned, she hopes to save others time and work--her goal is to share delicious meals to save the day if emergency strikes while keeping food storage rotated when times are good! Read more from her at myfoodstoragecookbook.com.
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