We enjoyed this very tasty, but spicy soup. I could not find good fresh corn so I did have to use frozen corn (thawed). I also modified the soup a bit and hope I did not take away from the intended taste. I used organic chicken broth vs. water, left out the jalapenos, and the espozote leaves (I found them, but wasn't sure we would like them in the soup). Otherwise, I kept to the recipe and instructions. I would like to try this soup again when corn is in season as I think it would be even better. Made for PRMR, March, 2013.
chili is the best! I've made the soup in multicooker Redmond so lessened the time of cooking. The dish tasted really nice on cold winter evening!
This is a very tasty, spicy light soup- almost like a mildly-flavored split-pea soup with a bit of heat. I followed the recipe exactly, except I could not find Anaheim peppers so used Cubanelle peppers instead. I loved the epozote leaves in the soup; I've never cooked with the ingredient or even heard of it, but the strange and different flavor was just right for a corn soup. Served with a bit of Cotija cheese on top and some sour cream.
This is very spicy soup. I used 4 cups of chicken broth and 2 cups water, only one jalapeno and skipped the epazote leaves and cilantro. I also used frozen corn. Served with corn bread. Thanks for sharing!