This. Was. Amazing. This soup was so creamy and satisfying, and tasty to boot. I didn't read the ingredients right, and bought 2 14oz cans of creamed corn instead of 2 smaller ones. I just used one can, and it was great. I also didn't have frozen or fresh corn, so I used a can of sweet corn (drained). I added some crushed red pepper flakes and a dash of cayenne to give it a little kick. Delicious!
becwells Posted: 10/19/09
MoMitru Posted: 10/05/10
I made it with bluefish caught by my son. I also substituted clam juice for the broth. I added some carrots to boost veggies and add color. It was delicious!
lestieh Posted: 03/21/09
I usually don't write reviews, but this one had to be glorified! This is absolutely one of my favorite recipes. It is so easy to make, and it is a wonderfully hearty and healthy meal. The last time I made this, I substituted the leftovers from a whole chicken that I had cooked the night before instead of the fish, and it was even more delicious! Absolutely a five star meal!
elizanh Posted: 12/30/10
I first made this in 2001 from the magazine! It is fabulous and I am happy to have found the recipe here, haven't made it in 3 years, thanks myrecipes.com.
JoyceHT Posted: 04/14/13
Very easy and tasty recipe.
PenPitStop Posted: 01/17/13
I just made this tonight and my whole family loved it! It was so easy to put together and was absolutley delicious. We will be having this again soon.
billisd Posted: 11/03/12
Absolutely delish! Added a box of frozen chopped broccoli + a box of frozen chopped spinach (one can never have too many healthy veggies). Husband gave it raves! Will definitely add this to the regular rotation.
RobBlankenhorn Posted: 04/01/14
My family really enjoyed this dish. I fixed with old frozen flounder filets and twice the bacon. All good. My wife suggested I should have served a side dish of something lighter like fruit or a salad.
falkenhausen Posted: 08/04/13
I used turkey bacon and Haddock fish, but Grouper and other white fish would work just as well. I never achieved the creamy chowder texture. I even added extra 1/4 cup of mash potato flakes, but it was still not getting thick. Next time I would add the cream of corn, evaporated milk, and 1/2 potatoes; then with using an immersion blender thicken up the soup all before adding the fresh corn, second 1/2 potatoes and fish. I also added 3 cups of spinach, 4 extra slices of turkey bacon and pinch of red pepper flakes, which gave it some color and boosted the flavors. I cooked with the recommended amount of salt and pepper, but found I needed add more to my bowl. I would make this again.