This was SOOO good! I used cheddar cheese soup instead of cream of chicke (to make vegetarian) and used a poblano pepper instead of bell. It was really good, but I felt like it was missing just a little something...I added just a dash of Hidden Valley Ranch Fiesta Ranch seasoning packet and that made it perfect! Not to mention it was SUPER easy!
I substituted fresh diced tomatoes for the canned and I used 2 ten ounce cans of mild green enchilada sauce. Even with these changes, my picky family really liked this. Perfect for a cold, dreary, rainy fall day. I loved that I could throw everything in the crock pot in the morning, and dinner was ready when I came home. The house smelled terrific too!
Very good! My Dad said he liked it a lot. I thought it was a bit over cooked at 8 hours. I would like to try it at 4 hours. I think the veggies were over cooked at 8 hours. The onion was gone, couldn't find any left. the beans were starting to blow up. The flavor was really good. Understand my crock pot is a beast. Dad said it was a do over dish, meaning he liked it, I was iffy.. I think it is very good and will try it on a day where I won't be gone so long. <br/><br/>Look forward to mastering the veggie version, then I'll try it with some grilled chicken. Yum!
Delicious delicious delicious! What a fantastically easy and tummy warming chowder! So glad I discovered this in October...it's going to be a staple this winter!
Super yummy! I added some chicken and used Ro-tel tomatoes since I didn't have any jalapeno peppers. I mixed everything together the night before then turned on the crock pot the next morning.
I made this chowder the other night and we all loved it! I added leftover chicken to make it more hearty. I almost left out the green peppers because I'm not a huge fan of peppers and neither are my kids, but I'm glad I added them because they added color, if nothing else. All five of us give this recipe thumbs way, way up! Thanks so much for the new family favorite recipe!
My husband and I loved this!
We made this chowder the other night and we enjoyed it. I did add some ground beef to this but otherwise followed the directions. It is a good soup and we will make again. I think chicken will be good in this too. We served this with corn chips, shredded cheese, avacados, chopped onions and sour cream. Thank you for sharing this with us.
I had high hopes for this from all the great reviews, and I just didn't care for it. I followed the recipe, except for using a frozen pepper/onion mix, cream of mushroom soup and subbing some velveeta for the cheese. The texture was good, it smelled great, but I just couldn't eat 1 whole bowl of it. I think I'd like it better as a dip with a bowl of tortilla chips. Sorry for the iffy review - just wasn't a recipe suited for me.