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It was pretty good, but I may make a few small changes next time. First off, I couldn't find any tomatoes with green chilies already in them, so I used a can of tomatoes and a small can of diced chilies.The heavy cream made it a little thicker than I like, so I think next time, I'll use evaporated milk and add a couple more spices. Thanks for the recipe!

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Cadillacgirl February 16, 2010

This was fantastic. Loved it! The heat was just right and it was perfectly creamy but not overly rich. We topped ours with crushed tortilla chips. I will definately be making this agian. Thanks. Made for the Saucy Senoritas ZWT5.

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Slatts May 19, 2009

Creamy, smooth and delicious! I love this recipe! Faster even then what is shown. In about 10 minutes everything was ready and just needed to simmer! Superb! This is so filling and yummy. I made this is August during high summer heat yet never broke a sweat! This would be lovely in the cold winter months too! DH crumbled some tortilla chips in this and said it was like a very good King Ranch Casserole. Thanks Kim for an awesome dish! *Made for Bev Tag*

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Mama's Kitchen (Hope) September 04, 2008

This was really good and simple. I made just as stated except I used evaporated milk instead of cream. I used one 14 oz can tomatoes with chilies and 1 14 oz regular diced tomatoes. DH doesn't care for spicy. Great meal when I was under the weather this weekend.

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MsSally December 03, 2007

Loved it! I couldn't find the furmano's brand, so used 2 10-ounce cans of rotel tomatoes and a 14-ounce can of the creamed corn. I added about 1 teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes to this and we really enjoyed the kick that it gave this creamy soup. Next time I'll only use 1/2 teaspoon red chili flakes - I forgot that the heat increases over time, lol. Very nice recipe Kim, that we will repeat.

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lazyme September 28, 2007

This was way better than I expected! I thought it would be good, but I wasn't quite sure about the worcestershire sauce. I went ahead and added it, though, and I'm glad I did. It gave it an unexpected extra dimension. I made this as written except that I used Ro-tel because I've never seen Furmano's here; I used half-and-half instead of cream, and I used a 14.5 oz can of creamed corn because I didn't read the ingredients correctly. It was very, very good with some hot cornbread, and my family said they'd be happy to have it once a week. (They're not huge soup fans like me, so that's a really big compliment coming from them!) Next time I might add some black beans, as the other reviewer did, but regardless, there will definitely be a next time!

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JeriBinNC October 25, 2006

This was a really good soup. I did add a can of drained black beans and some grated pepper jack cheese, but otherwise followed the directions. I did find that the can of tomatoes and chiles I had wasn't the right size, so mine was probably more mild than the original recipe, but still very tasty! Thanks for a great recipe!!

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Christy Sowers July 27, 2006
Salsa Style Green Chile Chicken Bisque