Thursday, November 21, 2019

I have been making one soup a week lately!  This may be my favorite thus far and I think it is definitely my husband’s!  This is sweet but has a bit of a spicy kick to it.  I really think the creamed corn makes the soup. 

There is just something comforting about a pot of soup simmering on the stove when the weather turns chilly.  The leftovers are even better.

Over the last few weeks I have made chili, taco soup with ground turkey, zuppa toscana, and now this!  

You will need:

half an onion, diced, and sauteed in the soup pot in EVOO before adding anything else

2 cans creamed corn

1 can chicken broth

1 can Rotel, drained

1 can green chilies

1 can regular corn

8 red potatoes microwaved and softened and then diced and added to mix

a few dashes of cumin, garlic powder, and pepper

a package of diced ham 

1/2 cup of heavy cream (add this about 10 minutes before serving)

This photo was taken before adding the Rotel (last minute idea!) and the heavy cream.

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Add all ingredients to the pot and bring to a boil then reduce heat and let simmer for about an hour.  Add cream about 10 minutes before time to eat.  

Serve with cornbread if desired.  I highly recommend this brand and I love all the Krusteaz mixes.  They can’t be beat!  

Where do you stand on soup as a meal?  What is your favorite?  Let me know if you try this!  I got my recipe online but added a subtracted a few things!  

Amy 

7 thoughts on “Corn Chowder with a kick!

  1. Yes! Definitely in the soup kind of mind. We had a Thai chicken wild rice soup last week that was so good my husband who doesn’t like leftovers said let’s have this tomorrow night! I’ve also been thinking about a beef stew…..

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