Super easy and very good. We make this regularly. We don't use the garnish, but I would add it to make it special. Thinking of making with chicken broth and adding some cooked chicken next time.
We just finished dinner and I served this soup even though the outside temperature was very warm. I thought it was kind of bland but my husband really liked it. I would make some changes the next time I make it but it sure was easy to make. Served with hot rolls but a salad would be an added benefit.
I added 1 garden fresh chopped Jalapeno (seeded) for a kick of spice.
So easy, so delicious - this recipe is PERFECT. I couldn't stop "tasting" it over the stove while it was cooking. I may try blending it next time I make it.
great recipe! i also added bacon and celery for additional flavor. this one is a keeper!
As is, I would rate it lower. My changes, I would rate it a 5 star! Instead of water I used chicken broth. I lessened the amount of corn used and upped the amount of potato and onion. I also doubled the amount of salt/pepper. As for the flour/water (I used chicken broth) mixture, I did about 1.5 what the recipe says so it would be a bit thicker. Since changing these things I have made the recipe several times! I make a double batch and have some for leftovers. The next day I just add a little bit more chicken broth to thin it out after thickening in the fridge, it's perfect!
I don't think I will make this again. It is very bland. I will search for a recipe that uses a flavored broth instead of water and has more seasonings.
This was SO good - total comfort food. It was even more delicious the next day. Very easy to make using ingredients I normally have on hand. I used frozen kernel corn and added 1/2 chopped green pepper. Thanks so much for posting a recipe that I will be making often.
Very easy. Would like a few more potatoes as some chunks cook down. Good base soup.
Very simple and good--try adding 2 small cans of mild green chiles, a couple of more small potatoes, a whole onion instead of what the recipe says, and 1/2 cup of half and half with 1 cup of skim milk. No need for the flour and water if you break up the cooked potatoes a bit in the soup. Use vegie broth instead of water. Use 2 ears of fresh corn from the cob if you have it.