Anyone besides me remember a recipe from the Campbell’s Soup can (I’m pretty sure it was on the potato soup can, since that was a primary ingredient in this chowder) for “Beef and Tomato Chowder”? At least, in my memory that’s what it was called. Mama made it using leftover roast beef for Sunday “supper” during the winter. To the best of my recollection, it started with 2 cans of potato soup, and 2 cups of chopped up leftover cooked beef… I am sure it had canned tomatoes but they must have been drained before cutting them up because it retained much of the “white chowder” appearance, and I think it had green bell pepper and maybe onion??? It was devine – we would absolutely lick the pan it was made in, even if my brother (very aptly) called it “dog barf chowder”…
Anyone got something like this in your vault???
Thanks in advance!
Bobbie in Cut-N-Shoot, TX
Sounds very interesting, but I am among those who have never heard of it. If you figure it out, be sure to share it with us.
On May 8, 2013 at 8:35 pm
I found this interesting so I started searching to see if I could find it. Here is one link that’s close to what you described. It will be fun to test out different ingredients and see what I come up with.
On December 28, 2013 at 7:56 pm