Man! This was good. I made it in the CROCKPOT. And it was perfect after about 6 hours on High. DH ate 3 bowls full -- and so did I! The only other change was that I also added a can of green chilis.
I have no idea how this has such good ratings. Made as is except I added some beef bullion per other reviews - it wasn't that great at all. The beef bullion helped and if it wasn't for the shredded cheese we added, I would not have finished it.
This was a good recipe to make on a cold night. We made it exactly as written, except that we substituted Sriracha sauce for Tobasco. The amount of soup this recipe made was awesome- we froze the leftovers so we'll have a quick dinner some other night. I did find the base of the soup a bit watery, so I think we'll add a little less water next time. Additionally, we will add a little more hot sauce next time b/c it wasn't quite spicy enough for us (we like a good bit of spice) even though we used a spicer sauce. Thanks for sharing, we'll definitely make this again.
really good. i didn't have hot pepper sauce, so i added ground red pepper and red pepper flakes. next time, i'll use only one or the other, not both or just less in general. i made it waayyy to spicy, but underneath the spice, it was amazing. I used frozen peas and corn and added garlic powder. I will definitely make this again, probably the next timee it snows.
I did this in the crockpot as well. Easy and turned out great. I would say that for my tastes there was too much potato (although I feel like a jerk for saying that when it is called potato soup!). I wonder if someone can think of something else we could add instead of about 1/2 the potato? I also wouldn't say that this is very spicy at all. If you really like it spicy you have to kick it up a lot! THis is a great start to a wonderful recipe. Thanks so much Andy WOld!
Loved this recipe! The soup is hearty and filling and the recipe is as easy as throwing items in a pot. I substituted tomato sauce for a 26-oz can of italian sausage style spaghetti sauce and added a bay leaf to the pot while simmering. I'll be keeping this recipe nearby for those cold midwest winter days! A perfect way to warm up. Thanks for sharing.
This was actually really good!! I followed the recipe to a "T," except I added some extra red pepper flakes cuz I like it HOT!! If I were to do anything different, next time I won't add the corn... I just don't like the texture of corn in soup (I'm a freak like that!!) :)