Tasty, healthy, easy, though a bit boring. I doctored up a bit by adding pumpkin and leeks to make a little more exciting.
Great for a cold winter day! We really enjoyed this. I made a few small modifications. I sauteed the onion and about 1 clove of minced garlic in the butter before adding other ingredients. I did this in the soup pan. The soup was a little thin for my taste, so I added 1/2 tsp of corn starch and then the texture was perfect. I finished with some nutmeg and topped with shredded cheese and bacon pieces.
what a fantastic soup! i sauteed the onions with a little bit of garlic powder in the butter at the beginning until the onions were slightly browned and no longer crunchy. i used a bag and a half of frozen corn, too, and it turned out just fine. i served the corn and potato chowder with cheddar cheese and pre-cooked bacon crumbles on top and a loaf of french bread on the side. a great dinner that was quick and easy to make! thanks for sharing!
This was good, but not great. It wasn't as thick as I would have thought it would be, even though I used part Half and Half. I'm not sure if it was something I did, or not, though I followed the steps. I also think it could use something else, maybe garlic. I added some chopped up bacon as some of the other reviewers mentioned, which I think was good.
Really enjoyed this for dinner in a bread bowl. I doubled the amount of flour, but the soup still wasn't thick enough for a chowder, in my opinion. So I then added a little cornstartch/water mixture, and it was perfect. Also added quite a bit more salt and pepper, as well as some sausage.
This was just OK for us. It was very easy to make but we thought it was very bland and very thin. I followed the recipe exactly as written. I did end up adding a lot more salt and pepper and more flour to thicken it up. I have to agree with another reviewer that it was like eating corn and potatoes floating in milk.
wonderful! I cooked this for a sick friend a couple months ago.
Wonderful soup! I used fat free half and half. It needed a little extra salt to bring up the flavor. It is definitely a keeper! Total comfort food!
This was quite tasty. I used leaks instead of onions, just because they were in the house and needed to be used. They added a wonderful flavor. I also left out the butter, and used skim milk to make an already low fat recipe even lower.
I recently didn't realize that my can of corn was Cream Style Corn until I opened it. I used it anyway and it was great too!!