The recipe sounds delicious, and a recipe I'm very eager to try. However the only thing I dislike about it is the fact that it calls for corn, which I loathe. Can I just omit it? By omitting it would it ruin the consistency of the soup (thin it out.....)?
I was just thinking of replacing the corn with normal "soup veggies" (carrots and celery) and adding some cubed potatoes (a mix of russet and red). The only thing I see that acts as a thickening agent is making a slurry by combining the cornstarch and regular milk. Would like to replace the jalapeno with chili powder, as I dislike very spicy food and add cumin. Are these good or bad additions? For veggies, since I'm using 3, was thinking of just increasing the original measurement of corn (which is 5 cups)
to 6; that way I could get 2 c each of carrots, celery, and potatoes.
Opinions needed please. Soup sounds divine and would love to try it.
Below is the recipe:
Curried Chicken Corn Chowder Recipe | Recipezaar