Wild Rice and Ham Chowder
Total TimePrep: 10 min. Cook: 40 min.
Makes8-10 servings (2-3/4 quarts)
Oh yes, leftover Easter ham! Mallard Club Minnesota wild rice! So good
Very tasty!!! Yes, making soup involves quite a bit of chopping, but the reward is great! The ingredients in this soup blend nicely and end up with a super flavor - I don't understand how some people say there isn't any! Can't wait to have some after it's had some time in the frig. I did add celery, but that it the only change I made. Truly enjoyed!!
I made this recipe exactly as written and was very disappointed. A lot of work and unfortunately not much flavor. My daughter and I are hoping it will be more flavorful tomorrow after the ingredients have more time to blend? Nevertheless, I don't think I'll be making this one again!
Wow! Delicious! Whole family loved it and has already requested it be made often!
So tasty! I ended up substituting the the ham for chicken, added celery, and forgot to add the cream oops. In our house we like cayenne pepper so I seasoned the chicken with that. I will definitely be making this again.
Very good! Great way to use leftover ham from Christmas!
Wow this was so good. Never had a ham soup before. I substituted savory for the thyme because I didn't have any on hand and I used frozen corn rather than canned. Had to use evaporated milk in place of the half n half since I didn't have that either, but even with all the changes, the soup was amazing!
Could this soup be frozen and then thawed out for later use?
Delicious! I had to use evaporated milk for the half & half, but the soup was still fabulous!
I have been making this soup for years and it is truly our favorite. I sometimes make it for church suppers and everyone loves it. Sometimes I use dried onions or shredded carrots, just depends on how busy I am. But this soup is just the best ever!