Added 4 green onions for colour and flavour. EXCELLENT. Used 4 ears, and this makes about 4 quarts. If you don't have cream, try sour cream. Added a little tang and body.
Absolutely the best corn chower I have ever made. The cumin and tumeric add a special touch without being overwhelming. August corn is up in Vermont and here comes another batch!
I did not have any fresh thyme, and used a bit too much dried. Even so, this soup was delicious! Everyone, including the children loved it. They said next time, make a bigger batch! Thanks for sharing a new family favorite.
This was delicious--but if I could, I'd drop half a star because the recipe is a tad too rich. It could be my own fault, tho, since I realized too late I only had 2 cups of stock handy. I should perhaps have substituted a cup of water for the missing portion, in order to cut the fatty flavor; didn't because I was afraid of dulling the flavor--but since this recipe's packed with yum, it wouldn't have hurt.
The world's greatest corn chowder. No question. Thanks!
This was my first attempt at making chowder and boy did it come out fantastic! Great recipe and so easy. Loved it!
Absolutely Fabulous! Anetra O'Connor
I made this recipe with what I had on hand, (canned sweet corn & russet potatoes intead of fresh corn and yukon gold potatoes.) It tasted amazing! We went back for 2nds and thirds. I will definitley make this again.
This was great! I added my own variance - eliminated bacon and instead added chopped onion, garlic, two chicken breasts and two italian sausage links. Added frozen southwest corn. All else in recipe remained the same. I was a little nervous about the tumeric but wasn't necessary. Flavors were fabulous! A keeper!