By Brooke the Cook in WI on January 18, 2009
Photo by Andi of Longmeadow Farm
Photo by Andi of Longmeadow Farm
"I'm not really sure what makes a chowder a chowder, but this is thicker than soup and not as thick as stew.... so I'm calling it a chowder. Throw it all together and 8 hours later, it's done!"
Serving Size: 1 (290 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6
"Great dish! I added some minced garlic and chopped jalapeno pepper. It was very enjoyable. We also tried the leftovers over some leftover rice, and that was a great combo too. Thanks for sharing!"
"This was quick and easy, kids loved it. Instead of doing the crock pot I simmered it over medium heat on the stove. I didn't taste it, the three of them ate it all (they only weigh 110 lbs combined!) so it must have been really good. Thanks so much for a kid pleaser! I am a Marine wife, and when he's gone some nights it just seems like so much work to come up with dinners that make everyone happy!"
"This is exactly what I needed today to make something so easy and so good that stopping off at a Chinese pick-up would of been harder and not as tasty as this. I followed this pretty much as close to the recipe as I could get. The only small changes I made was 1) instead of a can of diced tomatoes, mine had some zesty jalapeno's in them 2) and added some pre-cooked grilled chicken breasts - shredded. 3) Instead of frozen corn, I had a can of white corn with chipolte by *Jolly Green Giant* There was and there is no need to change anything ~ it's perfection plus! Great recipe that I will make again! Made for *Everyday is a Holiday* April 2010"
"Very, very tasty 'chowder' which I made with vegetable broth for a couple of vegetarians who were here for lunch! I did use just the 1/2 teaspoon of cayenne pepper & another time might add a bit of garlic, but I'm really not complaining ~ Definitely a keeper recipe for me! [Tagged, made & reviewed in 1-2-3 Hit Wonders tag]"
"Really good and really easy!! I made just as posted except I added 3 cloves chopped garlic. I served it with sour cream, cilantro, guacomole, and multigrain tortillia chips. A total keeper and I will make again and again. Thanks for posting"
"This is really tasty and incredibly easy to make. I fried some corn tortillas to make chips and used them to scoop up this thick "chowder." Yum. I did not use any of the optional ingredients but my BF wished we did have some sour cream. This is a dish I would be happy to make again. Thanks for posting."
"I made this as stated. It was AWESOME and freezes very well. DH loved it as well."
"I have made this recipe several time. My whole family loves it. Instead of the frozen corn, we use a large can of Mexican corn and sometimes add a cup of shredded chicken."
"This was so good and yet takes very little effort. I made no changes to the recipe except to add some chopped garlic. I love that it's so tasty plus pretty lowfat. Thanx for sharing. I'll make this again!"
"This was a tasty, filing, easy to prepare soup. I used home cooked black beans, and home made chicken broth, I added 1/4 tsp. salt because my broth and beans weren't salty, and I cut the cayenne down to 1/4 tsp. so my four year old could eat it. Cooked it in the crock pot for four hours on high, and ate it the next day with sour cream. I think the flavors were better, and the soup was thicker, the second day. This will definitely go into the rotation; it is a great recipe as is, and also has a lot of potential for adaptation! Thanks, Brooke!"