There’s just something about the spicy creaminess of a bowl of Southwest Corn Chowder!  Here we share a recipe from a contributor who opted to make theirs with chorizo rather than the more come bacon.  This lends a nice smokiness to the dish while also providing a bigger bite than bacon.

A Southwest Corn Chowder is often garnished with tortilla strips, chives, even paprika.  You will also find some recipes that add in a diced potato or even shrimp.  Once you have made this recipe once, play around with it and make it your own.

This recipe will make you roughly 12 servings.  So if you aren’t planning on feeding a crowd, be sure to have some storage containers ready to store the leftovers so you can enjoy this chowder for days.

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