Poblano chiles and chorizo combine with plenty of sweet corn to make this Chorizo Corn Chowder. This recipe was a favorite from the first bite. Surprisingly hearty without being heavy, my whole family gave this meal two thumbs up the first time I made it. Even my three-year-old son had no trouble with the heat in this dish. I love the combination of flavors in this chowder. There is spice from the mild poblano peppers without any real heat.
Don’t skip the squeeze of lime over the top of each bowl, it really makes a difference. Over the past few years, I’ve learned to double this recipe whenever I have the chance. I love having some left over for lunch the following day.
Here are some more soups you might like:
6-Minute Creamy Tomato Soup by Foodie with Family
Smoked Salmon Chowder by Barefeet In The Kitchen
Easy Taco Soup by Kalyn’s Kitchen
Posole: Pork and Hominy Soup by The Noshery
Slow Cooker Potato Soup by Barefeet In The Kitchen