By ratherbeswimmin' on July 15, 2002
"Taste of Home"
Serving Size: 1 (273 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 8
"We also enjoyed this recipe. Cubed a couple of potatoes and added to the other ingredients. Would definately make again. "
"I have been looking for a slow cooker corn chowder recipe that is easy to prepare and tasty, and this one definitely fits the bill. Assembly of the ingredients only took a couple of minutes and the taste was excellent. The only thing I added was a tablespoon of chicken bouillon granules for a little more zing, but that is just a personal preference thing, it was great without that addition."
"Similar to others who have posted reviews, I found this to be super quick, super easy, and really good. For those who follow weight watchers plan - this works out to 5 pts per serving"
"This was great. I used a can of corn nuggets as I didn't have any frozen corn and also used jerk seasoning instead of cajun. Very good and so easy!"
"This recipe is just okay. I made it using regular potato that I shredded (and used twice what was called for), but the potato just got lost. Next time, I would cube. My husband wouldn't eat any of it (said "yup, tastes like corn") so we threw his out. I did have boneless skinless chicken thigh in place of the ham, but don't think that would've made that much of a difference."
"Tonight was my first time to taste, much less cook, corn chowder. I was always kind of put off by the idea in the past, but this was really good. I did have to add a little corn starch/water mixture at the end to thicken it a little. Next time, I think I'm just going to double the hashbrowns. Anyway, it was yummy. The kids were kind of so-so with it, which surprised me. Of course, they're both sick right now, so I'm thinking I may wait a week or so and give it another try. VERY yummy, though, and the perfect choice for our cold and rainy night!"
"I loved this chowder! I doubled the amount of frozen hashbrowns, and at the table topped my bowl with shredded cheddar cheese. A hot bowl of chowder in the winter.... it's a wonderful thing."
"I have never made corn chowder before, but I put this together this morning before I left for work, and when I came home the whole house smelt so good. Thanks for this quick, easy, and tasty meal. We really enjoyed it."
"NurseDi - this was soooo good! It was very easy to make, partially because I had all the ingredients on hand (for once). My family really enjoyed it. I will probably try substituting chicken for the ham next time since we always have chicken leftovers."
"Corn chowder is a favorite of mine. Making it in the crockpot attracted me to this recipe. It had an all-around good flavor and I was a little heavy handed with the cajun spice for my family's taste. Easy to prepare and enjoyed by me and my family. That makes it a winner. "
"I love this Corn Chowder. This recipe is so easy and good. I can't wait to get home and have some today."
"Pure heaven. I love corn chowder but have never made it in the crock-pot. This was so easy, just dump the stuff in and go. Had a rich creamy, soothing flavor that was enhanced by the ham. Perfect tummy warmer since we have been getting all this blasted snow."
"I didn't decide to make this until I was hungry, so it was too late for the crockpot! I sauteed the onion in the butter, then combined the rest of the ingredients in a big pot and cooked it on med. until it almost came to a boil, then turned it down on low for about 45 min. to an hour. Excellent!!! It does stick to the pot easily when on the higher temp., so needs to be stirred often. Calico Candy"
"This was so wonderful and very, very easy. I just put all the ingredients in my crock-pot and got on with my day. The corn chowder was rich and creamy. The ham gave it a yummy flavor. Tasted so good and now that the weather is cooler, I will make this often. Thanks Nurse Di."
"Very good and easy to prepare!!! I will be making it again. The only thing I will change is probably half an onion instead of a whole. Thanks for posting!"