Pretty good! I left out the jalapeno as I don't care for a lot of heat. My DH does, though, so he added jalapeno sauce at the table. I used a 16 oz. pkg of corn since I didn't read the recipe closely enough the first time, and the cheese I had was a Colby/Monterey Jack blend. I wouldn't exactly call this a chowder - it didn't seem that thick to me - but it was very good nonetheless.
Very easy to put together -- nice on a cold winter's night. I used Aroostook's Condensed Cream Soup Mix #25653 instead of the cream of chicken soup. Thank you for sharing.
5+++ stars from my husband and I! The only things I did differently were to make my own red enchilada sauce; I used one can of corn (drained) and 1 1/2 cups of skim milk. I didn't have a jalepeno or monteray jack cheese, so I used mozzarella along with old cheddar. The end result was creamy with just a hint of zing. Served alongside Taco Stuffed Shells, also from this site. Looking forward to leftovers this week!
Excellent! My husband ate 3 bowls of this and he originally seemed skeptical of the combination of ingredients! He LOVED it - he said 5 stars + more! We will definitely be making it again and again! Even my 5 year old ate it including trying the beans!
We loved this soup! The flavor was wonderful and it was so easy to put together. I omitted the bell peppers and jalapeno pepper, but used diced tomatoes with green chilies instead. It was still fairly spicy. I also only used about 1/2 of the cheese. Thanks for posting!
The best darn soup/chowder ever! I admit I cheated I used pinto beans and used some ground beef..we love our meat in our soup/chowder!!!! But the flavor was to die for!!!!! My hubby is not to big into any soups or chowder but said this was so darn good! For me to keep the recipe and make again! Thanks for a great flavored soup/chowder! Will keep as a favorite! Must try for everyone!!!!! Wink Wink!!!
Easy & delicious! I followed recipe exact and my whole family loved it. I served it with chicken taquitos and it was a perfect meal.
This is *out of the ballpark* good and ever so easy to put together! For a weekend crowd, I doubled the recipe, more or less, and added southwest seasoned precooked chicken pieces. Served with crunchy tortilla strips, no one ever guessed that canned anything was involved in making this hearty chowder. My market did not have the 19-ounce cans of enchilada sauce so I used the smaller size of 3 different brands to experiment. Hands down the Hatch brand had the richest color and was the most flavorful followed by the _will do in a pinch_ Wal-Mart house brand (Great Value I think it is) with an insipid Old El Paso coming in a dismal third. I enjoyed playing with this and the diners *really* enjoyed eating it! Thanks for sharing the recipe!
Very easy and has great flavor. Thanks for a great recipe! I will definately make again.
I had last min. dinner guests and they really enjoyed this soup. My family (two kids, too!) enjoyed it, too. I did not add all the enchilada sauce (used Safeway Select Taqueria) so it would be on the milder side. You would not know that this has canned soup in it! I served with bowls of green onions, cheese, and cornbread. Thanks for posting! Roxygirl