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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!
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.
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*
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.
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.
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!
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!!