Cheddar Ham Chowder
Total TimePrep: 20 min. Cook: 25 min.
Makes8 servings (2 quarts)
The thickener became VERY thick. I had to add more water (and vegetable broth) so that it wouldn't be one big glop. Haven't tasted it yet.
My kids, husband, and mother love this soup. Filled with vegetables. Freezes well. We make tripe batches of the soup (throw in a few extra veggies) and freeze it up . Love it and good for using up ham.
This was a great starting recipe - I added some chicken bouillon and garlic powder (per another recipe I saw on taste of home). Delicous!! Used Shoepeg corn.
This soup was fantastic! I enjoyed it so much, that I shared it with a friend and her husband. Not only did I love it, but my friend's husband, who doesn't eat leftovers, ate it every day after that until it was gone! If I could've given it 10 stars, I would've.
I made this, with some simple changes(family preferences). I used mushrooms, instead of celery. And also replaced the corn with peas. Yum.
This is a great recipe and a great way to use leftover ham from Easter. I included the ham bone with the water and vegetables to give it more flavor. I also used smoked cheddar cheese and frozen corn instead of canned. This recipe is a keeper!
We love cheese in our household. This was perfect for us and easy for me to put together. I may add more vegetables nexterm time.
This wasn't bad but tasted like it was missing something to me. If I made this again I would add more vegetables. I could taste too much cheese over everything else. An easy recipe that one could modify to their liking though.
Very tasty even when I eliminated the salt and added reduced /fat free ingredients. Will probably add more veggies next time. Will definitely make again. Thanks for sharing.
I love this recipe and have been making it for years when I got it out of Country Woman magazine. It's very satisfying. I use turkey ham instead of regular ham and have substituted colby cheese when I didn't have cheddar.