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I have made this soup successfully several times and here are my suggestions: -always use sage sausage -don't peel potatoes for rustic look/feel -half the amount of potatoes (add to your preference) -add potato flakes to thicken and cut simmering time -be generous with the majoram (powder also works) Good Luck!
I just joined this site today and I just finished cooking the sausage corn chower. Instead of using pork sasage, I used smoked beef sausage and this dish is delicious. In the future I will be vistiting this site often and I will be sure to tell my friends about it.
I thought this was very good. i used an entire bag of frozen corn, no cream-style corn, chicken broth instead of water and rice milk for the evaporated milk, DH is lactose intolerant. it came out very well.
Delicious and very easy to make! I did have a few issues during preparation, but it still turned out great! One problem was that after I cooked the sausage and added the potatoes, the 2 cups of water as called for didn't cover the potatoes, so I had to add more water...2 more cups. I also forgot to drain the meat, so it's probably good that I had more water to spread the fat out. Next time I may consider cooking the potatoes in a separate pot so that I don't have to add all the extra water. Also instead of adding potato flakes as some reviewers recommend, I simply removed some of the potatoes with a slotted spoon and mashed them up to give the soup a creamier texture. The great thing about this soup is that is still tastes great even if you don't make it just like the recipe says!
For once I actually made a recipe as it calls for, and it was worth it! The sausage meat was really good in it- I used hot Italian ground pork and it gave a nice little kick. The potatoes softened up just enough at the end to thicken the chowder perfectly while keeping their firmness. My only complaint was it didn't have enough corn, but I used two corncobs rather than a can, so I'd assume the can had more kernals. Delicious comfort food!
WOW!!! This was really good!! I used Jimmy Dean hot pork sausage, red potatoes with skins on, and I added 2 cloves of minced garlic which I sauteed with the sausage and onions. I rarely write reviews, but this one deserved a good review!!