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Thank you for sharing this easy and tasty recipe--I am sure I will make it again.
I made this on my stove and it turned out delicious! Will be making again!
Great dish! I added some minced garlic and chopped jalapeno pepper. It was very enjoyable. We also tried the leftovers over some leftover rice, and that was a great combo too. Thanks for sharing!
This was quick and easy, kids loved it. Instead of doing the crock pot I simmered it over medium heat on the stove. I didn't taste it, the three of them ate it all (they only weigh 110 lbs combined!) so it must have been really good. Thanks so much for a kid pleaser! I am a Marine wife, and when he's gone some nights it just seems like so much work to come up with dinners that make everyone happy!
This is exactly what I needed today to make something so easy and so good that stopping off at a Chinese pick-up would of been harder and not as tasty as this. I followed this pretty much as close to the recipe as I could get. The only small changes I made was 1) instead of a can of diced tomatoes, mine had some zesty jalapeno's in them 2) and added some pre-cooked grilled chicken breasts - shredded. 3) Instead of frozen corn, I had a can of white corn with chipolte by *Jolly Green Giant* There was and there is no need to change anything ~ it's perfection plus! Great recipe that I will make again! Made for *Everyday is a Holiday* April 2010
Very, very tasty 'chowder' which I made with vegetable broth for a couple of vegetarians who were here for lunch! I did use just the 1/2 teaspoon of cayenne pepper & another time might add a bit of garlic, but I'm really not complaining ~ Definitely a keeper recipe for me! [Tagged, made & reviewed in 1-2-3 Hit Wonders tag]
Really good and really easy!! I made just as posted except I added 3 cloves chopped garlic. I served it with sour cream, cilantro, guacomole, and multigrain tortillia chips. A total keeper and I will make again and again. Thanks for posting
This is really tasty and incredibly easy to make. I fried some corn tortillas to make chips and used them to scoop up this thick "chowder." Yum. I did not use any of the optional ingredients but my BF wished we did have some sour cream. This is a dish I would be happy to make again. Thanks for posting.
I made this as stated. It was AWESOME and freezes very well. DH loved it as well.
I have made this recipe several time. My whole family loves it. Instead of the frozen corn, we use a large can of Mexican corn and sometimes add a cup of shredded chicken.