Harvest Chowder

"This is a hearty soup recipe that my brother in law introduced me to. It is very easy and I don't think I have met a person who does not like it. It is great served with some crusty bread or some piping hot corn bread."
photo by *Parsley* photo by *Parsley*
photo by *Parsley*
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  • Brown ground beef with onions. Add salt and pepper to taste. drain.
  • Mix in remaining ingredients. Do NOT drain the canned good.
  • Heat until cheese is melted and soup is thoroughly heated.

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  1. *Parsley*
    Way to easy to be this good! You can whip this up and be serving it in less than 30 minutes. It's a meal-in one. Perfect for a quick hot lunch or dinner. I used lean ground turkey and added some cumin (just my preference) but otherwise stuck to the recipe. Thanx for sharing. It will be on my go-to list for quick meals.
  2. DannyandMandi
    Very spicy to me!
  3. scamps
    This was a great soup. Fast easy and a no brainer.
  4. babeair23 2
    I tried this tonight. Thought 2lbs velveeta to much. Soon found out not enough, added the rest.DH thought it was to hot. Everyone else loved it . Did add one can chicken broth and about five handful of shell pasta. It was great. Thanks
  5. windywood
    I liked this a lot. I added a small can of V8 juice and some Italian seasoning for something different. Next time I will add some chile powder instead. Very tasty and spicy.


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