Poblano Corn Chowder

SWEET CREAMED CORN WITH ZUCCHINI, SHALLOTS & GREEN CHILES IN A RICH CHICKEN STOCK CHOWDER
*Small Batch Seasonal Release*   This hearty and creamy, fire-roasted corn and green chile pepper chowder is bursting with flavors reminiscent of the high desert regions of the American Southwest!  

A truly satisfying and belly-warming bowl sure to raise your spirits on a chilly trail!

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About Our POBLANO CORN CHOWDER

  • 1 Serving Backpacking Meal
     
  • Dietary Considerations:  meat dish (chicken stock)
    • all-natural dehydrated and freeze-dried ingredients
    • 420 calories
    • 15 g protein
       
  • Meal Net Weight:  4.0 oz | 110 g    
     
  • Meal Kit Includes:  seasoned chowder mix
     
  • Required:  boiling water
     
  • Recommended:  long–handled spoon;  Cook–in–Cozy

Remove

natural desiccant.

Add

1-1/3 cup (11 oz / 325 ml) of boiling water to the pouch and stir.

Press

air from pouch, seal and shake to blend.

Steep-Cook

for 10 minutes.

Cook-in-Cozy™ recommended but not required. 

STIR
to blend.

 

Enjoy!

your Poblano Corn Chowder!

 

Ingredients & Nutrition

 

 

Ingredients:

Sweet Corn Puree, Whole Milk, Organic Fire-Roasted Yellow Corn, Organic Whole Kernel Yellow Corn, Gravy Base (food starch-modified, palm oil, enriched bleached flour [wheat flour, niacin, iron, thiamin mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid], maltodextrin, salt, corn syrup solids, whey, sugar, contains less than 2%: buttermilk, nonfat milk, black pepper, mono & diglycerides, sodium caseinate, lactalbumin, dicalcium phosphate, color added), Masa (corn, lime), Monterey Jack Cheese (pasteurized milk, cheese cultures, salt, enzymes), Broth Seasoning (salt, sugar, soybean oil, natural chicken flavor, turmeric, chicken broth, annatto powder, natural flavor, spices, onion, parsley), Zucchini Squash, Butter (sweet cream, salt, annatto, nonfat milk solids, sodium caseinate, disodium phosphate), Organic Chicken Stock, Spices, Minced Shallots, Red Pepper Spice (salt, spices, garlic, silicon dioxide), Red and Green Bell Peppers, Jalapeno Pepper, Cilantro, Organic Chives

Special Notes:

CONTAINS: Egg, Milk, Soy, Wheat

PROCESSED IN A FACILITY THAT HANDLES WHEAT, EGG, MILK, SOYBEAN, PEANUT AND TREE NUT PRODUCTS.

Press Articles

This hearty, pepper-flecked soup won tester praise for bringing gourmet-style chowder to the trail: "The creamy richness, tongue-tingling poblano and slight sweetness of the firm corm kernels made this my favorite cool-evening appetizer," says one. With just 300 calories and 11 grams of fat, it's also a great meal for hikers looking to eat healthy without sacrificing flavor, or as an hors d'oeuvre compliment to Southwestern - or meat and potatoes - style entrees.


— Backpacker Magazine Editors' Choice Gear, Spring Gear Guide, April 2013

frequently asked questions

Why is a Cook–in–Cozy™ recommended?
 

We recommend that all of our hot meals spend time "steep-cooking" while snuggled in a Cook-in-Cozy. We find this method promotes a more consistent temperature and steady cook time for Cook-in-Bag preparation; and results in a better serving temperature for your meal. When not in use, our Cook-in-Cozy folds away nicely in your pack for storage and weighs in at only 1.4oz.

Reviews (18)

  • 5

    5.0 Fork Rating

    by

    Very satisfying! I love corn chowder and this definitely hits the spot, with just the right amount of kick. It was rainy and miserable one day of our trip and this was the perfect comfort food to warm up with.

  • 5

    5.0 Fork Rating

    by

    I ate this for breakfast. Its a lot of food for breakfast, but if its cold out and you have a high mileage day; perhaps ideal. It has a lot of corn and is very comforting. I too think it could benefit from adding some breakfast or summer sausage to keep it from being one note, but I'd eat it again!

  • 5

    5.0 Fork Rating

    by

    Spicy, sweet fire roasted corn, creamy. Not to salty and maybe some kind of protien would be great added in. Very good

  • 5

    5.0 Fork Rating

    by

    I've always enjoyed this tasty chowder and am sure to bring it with me on every outing!

  • 3

    3.0 Fork Rating

    by

    This has potential, but it just does not seem to be "there" yet. It does have a fair bit of corn in it, a lot actually, but it just seemed like all I was eating was corn kernels. Not worth the price. Not even close

  • 5

    5.0 Fork Rating

    by

    Excellent! Love this - just a hint of heat. Wonderful pick me up when you need it!

  • 5

    5.0 Fork Rating

    by

    Really good flavor in this soup...the corn tasted fresh! There was enough for two of us with a few oyster crackers added for good measure!

  • 5

    5.0 Fork Rating

    by

    This one rocks! Love the flavor and heat. To round it out I usually add some Tabasco. I even enjoy this for breakfast :-D

  • 5

    5.0 Fork Rating

    by

    If you're looking for corn, you have choices: Santa Fe Corn Pudding or this one. I've had both and highly recommend this one! I'm not fond of grits as an ingredient in something, and the soup has none. If you make it per the bag, it's thick and yummy. If you add breakfast sausage, some butter, and some sliced cheddar to it, it is sublime. Try adding milk or coconut milk powder to thin it out, too.

Cooking Method

just add water

Water Required

11 ounces

Temperature

boiling water

Cook time

10 minutes

Serving

12 ounces

  • About
  • About Our POBLANO CORN CHOWDER

    • 1 Serving Backpacking Meal
       
    • Dietary Considerations:  meat dish (chicken stock)
      • all-natural dehydrated and freeze-dried ingredients
      • 420 calories
      • 15 g protein
         
    • Meal Net Weight:  4.0 oz | 110 g    
       
    • Meal Kit Includes:  seasoned chowder mix
       
    • Required:  boiling water
       
    • Recommended:  long–handled spoon;  Cook–in–Cozy

    Remove

    natural desiccant.

    Add

    1-1/3 cup (11 oz / 325 ml) of boiling water to the pouch and stir.

    Press

    air from pouch, seal and shake to blend.

    Steep-Cook

    for 10 minutes.

    Cook-in-Cozy™ recommended but not required. 

    STIR
    to blend.

     

    Enjoy!

    your Poblano Corn Chowder!

     

    Ingredients & Nutrition

     

     

    Ingredients:

    Sweet Corn Puree, Whole Milk, Organic Fire-Roasted Yellow Corn, Organic Whole Kernel Yellow Corn, Gravy Base (food starch-modified, palm oil, enriched bleached flour [wheat flour, niacin, iron, thiamin mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid], maltodextrin, salt, corn syrup solids, whey, sugar, contains less than 2%: buttermilk, nonfat milk, black pepper, mono & diglycerides, sodium caseinate, lactalbumin, dicalcium phosphate, color added), Masa (corn, lime), Monterey Jack Cheese (pasteurized milk, cheese cultures, salt, enzymes), Broth Seasoning (salt, sugar, soybean oil, natural chicken flavor, turmeric, chicken broth, annatto powder, natural flavor, spices, onion, parsley), Zucchini Squash, Butter (sweet cream, salt, annatto, nonfat milk solids, sodium caseinate, disodium phosphate), Organic Chicken Stock, Spices, Minced Shallots, Red Pepper Spice (salt, spices, garlic, silicon dioxide), Red and Green Bell Peppers, Jalapeno Pepper, Cilantro, Organic Chives

    Special Notes:

    CONTAINS: Egg, Milk, Soy, Wheat

    PROCESSED IN A FACILITY THAT HANDLES WHEAT, EGG, MILK, SOYBEAN, PEANUT AND TREE NUT PRODUCTS.

    Press Articles

    This hearty, pepper-flecked soup won tester praise for bringing gourmet-style chowder to the trail: "The creamy richness, tongue-tingling poblano and slight sweetness of the firm corm kernels made this my favorite cool-evening appetizer," says one. With just 300 calories and 11 grams of fat, it's also a great meal for hikers looking to eat healthy without sacrificing flavor, or as an hors d'oeuvre compliment to Southwestern - or meat and potatoes - style entrees.


    — Backpacker Magazine Editors' Choice Gear, Spring Gear Guide, April 2013

    frequently asked questions

    Why is a Cook–in–Cozy™ recommended?
     

    We recommend that all of our hot meals spend time "steep-cooking" while snuggled in a Cook-in-Cozy. We find this method promotes a more consistent temperature and steady cook time for Cook-in-Bag preparation; and results in a better serving temperature for your meal. When not in use, our Cook-in-Cozy folds away nicely in your pack for storage and weighs in at only 1.4oz.

    Reviews (18)

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      Very satisfying! I love corn chowder and this definitely hits the spot, with just the right amount of kick. It was rainy and miserable one day of our trip and this was the perfect comfort food to warm up with.

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      I ate this for breakfast. Its a lot of food for breakfast, but if its cold out and you have a high mileage day; perhaps ideal. It has a lot of corn and is very comforting. I too think it could benefit from adding some breakfast or summer sausage to keep it from being one note, but I'd eat it again!

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      Spicy, sweet fire roasted corn, creamy. Not to salty and maybe some kind of protien would be great added in. Very good

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      I've always enjoyed this tasty chowder and am sure to bring it with me on every outing!

    • 3

      3.0 Fork Rating

      by

      This has potential, but it just does not seem to be "there" yet. It does have a fair bit of corn in it, a lot actually, but it just seemed like all I was eating was corn kernels. Not worth the price. Not even close

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      Excellent! Love this - just a hint of heat. Wonderful pick me up when you need it!

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      Really good flavor in this soup...the corn tasted fresh! There was enough for two of us with a few oyster crackers added for good measure!

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      This one rocks! Love the flavor and heat. To round it out I usually add some Tabasco. I even enjoy this for breakfast :-D

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      If you're looking for corn, you have choices: Santa Fe Corn Pudding or this one. I've had both and highly recommend this one! I'm not fond of grits as an ingredient in something, and the soup has none. If you make it per the bag, it's thick and yummy. If you add breakfast sausage, some butter, and some sliced cheddar to it, it is sublime. Try adding milk or coconut milk powder to thin it out, too.

    Cooking Method

    just add water

    Water Required

    11 ounces

    Temperature

    boiling water

    Cook time

    10 minutes

    Serving

    12 ounces

  • Instructions
  • About Our POBLANO CORN CHOWDER

    • 1 Serving Backpacking Meal
       
    • Dietary Considerations:  meat dish (chicken stock)
      • all-natural dehydrated and freeze-dried ingredients
      • 420 calories
      • 15 g protein
         
    • Meal Net Weight:  4.0 oz | 110 g    
       
    • Meal Kit Includes:  seasoned chowder mix
       
    • Required:  boiling water
       
    • Recommended:  long–handled spoon;  Cook–in–Cozy

    Remove

    natural desiccant.

    Add

    1-1/3 cup (11 oz / 325 ml) of boiling water to the pouch and stir.

    Press

    air from pouch, seal and shake to blend.

    Steep-Cook

    for 10 minutes.

    Cook-in-Cozy™ recommended but not required. 

    STIR
    to blend.

     

    Enjoy!

    your Poblano Corn Chowder!

     

    Ingredients & Nutrition

     

     

    Ingredients:

    Sweet Corn Puree, Whole Milk, Organic Fire-Roasted Yellow Corn, Organic Whole Kernel Yellow Corn, Gravy Base (food starch-modified, palm oil, enriched bleached flour [wheat flour, niacin, iron, thiamin mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid], maltodextrin, salt, corn syrup solids, whey, sugar, contains less than 2%: buttermilk, nonfat milk, black pepper, mono & diglycerides, sodium caseinate, lactalbumin, dicalcium phosphate, color added), Masa (corn, lime), Monterey Jack Cheese (pasteurized milk, cheese cultures, salt, enzymes), Broth Seasoning (salt, sugar, soybean oil, natural chicken flavor, turmeric, chicken broth, annatto powder, natural flavor, spices, onion, parsley), Zucchini Squash, Butter (sweet cream, salt, annatto, nonfat milk solids, sodium caseinate, disodium phosphate), Organic Chicken Stock, Spices, Minced Shallots, Red Pepper Spice (salt, spices, garlic, silicon dioxide), Red and Green Bell Peppers, Jalapeno Pepper, Cilantro, Organic Chives

    Special Notes:

    CONTAINS: Egg, Milk, Soy, Wheat

    PROCESSED IN A FACILITY THAT HANDLES WHEAT, EGG, MILK, SOYBEAN, PEANUT AND TREE NUT PRODUCTS.

    Press Articles

    This hearty, pepper-flecked soup won tester praise for bringing gourmet-style chowder to the trail: "The creamy richness, tongue-tingling poblano and slight sweetness of the firm corm kernels made this my favorite cool-evening appetizer," says one. With just 300 calories and 11 grams of fat, it's also a great meal for hikers looking to eat healthy without sacrificing flavor, or as an hors d'oeuvre compliment to Southwestern - or meat and potatoes - style entrees.


    — Backpacker Magazine Editors' Choice Gear, Spring Gear Guide, April 2013

    frequently asked questions

    Why is a Cook–in–Cozy™ recommended?
     

    We recommend that all of our hot meals spend time "steep-cooking" while snuggled in a Cook-in-Cozy. We find this method promotes a more consistent temperature and steady cook time for Cook-in-Bag preparation; and results in a better serving temperature for your meal. When not in use, our Cook-in-Cozy folds away nicely in your pack for storage and weighs in at only 1.4oz.

    Reviews (18)

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      Very satisfying! I love corn chowder and this definitely hits the spot, with just the right amount of kick. It was rainy and miserable one day of our trip and this was the perfect comfort food to warm up with.

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      I ate this for breakfast. Its a lot of food for breakfast, but if its cold out and you have a high mileage day; perhaps ideal. It has a lot of corn and is very comforting. I too think it could benefit from adding some breakfast or summer sausage to keep it from being one note, but I'd eat it again!

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      Spicy, sweet fire roasted corn, creamy. Not to salty and maybe some kind of protien would be great added in. Very good

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      I've always enjoyed this tasty chowder and am sure to bring it with me on every outing!

    • 3

      3.0 Fork Rating

      by

      This has potential, but it just does not seem to be "there" yet. It does have a fair bit of corn in it, a lot actually, but it just seemed like all I was eating was corn kernels. Not worth the price. Not even close

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      Excellent! Love this - just a hint of heat. Wonderful pick me up when you need it!

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      Really good flavor in this soup...the corn tasted fresh! There was enough for two of us with a few oyster crackers added for good measure!

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      This one rocks! Love the flavor and heat. To round it out I usually add some Tabasco. I even enjoy this for breakfast :-D

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      If you're looking for corn, you have choices: Santa Fe Corn Pudding or this one. I've had both and highly recommend this one! I'm not fond of grits as an ingredient in something, and the soup has none. If you make it per the bag, it's thick and yummy. If you add breakfast sausage, some butter, and some sliced cheddar to it, it is sublime. Try adding milk or coconut milk powder to thin it out, too.

    Cooking Method

    just add water

    Water Required

    11 ounces

    Temperature

    boiling water

    Cook time

    10 minutes

    Serving

    12 ounces

  • Ingredients & Nutrition
  • About Our POBLANO CORN CHOWDER

    • 1 Serving Backpacking Meal
       
    • Dietary Considerations:  meat dish (chicken stock)
      • all-natural dehydrated and freeze-dried ingredients
      • 420 calories
      • 15 g protein
         
    • Meal Net Weight:  4.0 oz | 110 g    
       
    • Meal Kit Includes:  seasoned chowder mix
       
    • Required:  boiling water
       
    • Recommended:  long–handled spoon;  Cook–in–Cozy

    Remove

    natural desiccant.

    Add

    1-1/3 cup (11 oz / 325 ml) of boiling water to the pouch and stir.

    Press

    air from pouch, seal and shake to blend.

    Steep-Cook

    for 10 minutes.

    Cook-in-Cozy™ recommended but not required. 

    STIR
    to blend.

     

    Enjoy!

    your Poblano Corn Chowder!

     

    Ingredients & Nutrition

     

     

    Ingredients:

    Sweet Corn Puree, Whole Milk, Organic Fire-Roasted Yellow Corn, Organic Whole Kernel Yellow Corn, Gravy Base (food starch-modified, palm oil, enriched bleached flour [wheat flour, niacin, iron, thiamin mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid], maltodextrin, salt, corn syrup solids, whey, sugar, contains less than 2%: buttermilk, nonfat milk, black pepper, mono & diglycerides, sodium caseinate, lactalbumin, dicalcium phosphate, color added), Masa (corn, lime), Monterey Jack Cheese (pasteurized milk, cheese cultures, salt, enzymes), Broth Seasoning (salt, sugar, soybean oil, natural chicken flavor, turmeric, chicken broth, annatto powder, natural flavor, spices, onion, parsley), Zucchini Squash, Butter (sweet cream, salt, annatto, nonfat milk solids, sodium caseinate, disodium phosphate), Organic Chicken Stock, Spices, Minced Shallots, Red Pepper Spice (salt, spices, garlic, silicon dioxide), Red and Green Bell Peppers, Jalapeno Pepper, Cilantro, Organic Chives

    Special Notes:

    CONTAINS: Egg, Milk, Soy, Wheat

    PROCESSED IN A FACILITY THAT HANDLES WHEAT, EGG, MILK, SOYBEAN, PEANUT AND TREE NUT PRODUCTS.

    Press Articles

    This hearty, pepper-flecked soup won tester praise for bringing gourmet-style chowder to the trail: "The creamy richness, tongue-tingling poblano and slight sweetness of the firm corm kernels made this my favorite cool-evening appetizer," says one. With just 300 calories and 11 grams of fat, it's also a great meal for hikers looking to eat healthy without sacrificing flavor, or as an hors d'oeuvre compliment to Southwestern - or meat and potatoes - style entrees.


    — Backpacker Magazine Editors' Choice Gear, Spring Gear Guide, April 2013

    frequently asked questions

    Why is a Cook–in–Cozy™ recommended?
     

    We recommend that all of our hot meals spend time "steep-cooking" while snuggled in a Cook-in-Cozy. We find this method promotes a more consistent temperature and steady cook time for Cook-in-Bag preparation; and results in a better serving temperature for your meal. When not in use, our Cook-in-Cozy folds away nicely in your pack for storage and weighs in at only 1.4oz.

    Reviews (18)

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      Very satisfying! I love corn chowder and this definitely hits the spot, with just the right amount of kick. It was rainy and miserable one day of our trip and this was the perfect comfort food to warm up with.

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      I ate this for breakfast. Its a lot of food for breakfast, but if its cold out and you have a high mileage day; perhaps ideal. It has a lot of corn and is very comforting. I too think it could benefit from adding some breakfast or summer sausage to keep it from being one note, but I'd eat it again!

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      Spicy, sweet fire roasted corn, creamy. Not to salty and maybe some kind of protien would be great added in. Very good

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      I've always enjoyed this tasty chowder and am sure to bring it with me on every outing!

    • 3

      3.0 Fork Rating

      by

      This has potential, but it just does not seem to be "there" yet. It does have a fair bit of corn in it, a lot actually, but it just seemed like all I was eating was corn kernels. Not worth the price. Not even close

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      Excellent! Love this - just a hint of heat. Wonderful pick me up when you need it!

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      Really good flavor in this soup...the corn tasted fresh! There was enough for two of us with a few oyster crackers added for good measure!

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      This one rocks! Love the flavor and heat. To round it out I usually add some Tabasco. I even enjoy this for breakfast :-D

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      If you're looking for corn, you have choices: Santa Fe Corn Pudding or this one. I've had both and highly recommend this one! I'm not fond of grits as an ingredient in something, and the soup has none. If you make it per the bag, it's thick and yummy. If you add breakfast sausage, some butter, and some sliced cheddar to it, it is sublime. Try adding milk or coconut milk powder to thin it out, too.

    Cooking Method

    just add water

    Water Required

    11 ounces

    Temperature

    boiling water

    Cook time

    10 minutes

    Serving

    12 ounces

  • Reviews (18)
  • About Our POBLANO CORN CHOWDER

    • 1 Serving Backpacking Meal
       
    • Dietary Considerations:  meat dish (chicken stock)
      • all-natural dehydrated and freeze-dried ingredients
      • 420 calories
      • 15 g protein
         
    • Meal Net Weight:  4.0 oz | 110 g    
       
    • Meal Kit Includes:  seasoned chowder mix
       
    • Required:  boiling water
       
    • Recommended:  long–handled spoon;  Cook–in–Cozy

    Remove

    natural desiccant.

    Add

    1-1/3 cup (11 oz / 325 ml) of boiling water to the pouch and stir.

    Press

    air from pouch, seal and shake to blend.

    Steep-Cook

    for 10 minutes.

    Cook-in-Cozy™ recommended but not required. 

    STIR
    to blend.

     

    Enjoy!

    your Poblano Corn Chowder!

     

    Ingredients & Nutrition

     

     

    Ingredients:

    Sweet Corn Puree, Whole Milk, Organic Fire-Roasted Yellow Corn, Organic Whole Kernel Yellow Corn, Gravy Base (food starch-modified, palm oil, enriched bleached flour [wheat flour, niacin, iron, thiamin mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid], maltodextrin, salt, corn syrup solids, whey, sugar, contains less than 2%: buttermilk, nonfat milk, black pepper, mono & diglycerides, sodium caseinate, lactalbumin, dicalcium phosphate, color added), Masa (corn, lime), Monterey Jack Cheese (pasteurized milk, cheese cultures, salt, enzymes), Broth Seasoning (salt, sugar, soybean oil, natural chicken flavor, turmeric, chicken broth, annatto powder, natural flavor, spices, onion, parsley), Zucchini Squash, Butter (sweet cream, salt, annatto, nonfat milk solids, sodium caseinate, disodium phosphate), Organic Chicken Stock, Spices, Minced Shallots, Red Pepper Spice (salt, spices, garlic, silicon dioxide), Red and Green Bell Peppers, Jalapeno Pepper, Cilantro, Organic Chives

    Special Notes:

    CONTAINS: Egg, Milk, Soy, Wheat

    PROCESSED IN A FACILITY THAT HANDLES WHEAT, EGG, MILK, SOYBEAN, PEANUT AND TREE NUT PRODUCTS.

    Press Articles

    This hearty, pepper-flecked soup won tester praise for bringing gourmet-style chowder to the trail: "The creamy richness, tongue-tingling poblano and slight sweetness of the firm corm kernels made this my favorite cool-evening appetizer," says one. With just 300 calories and 11 grams of fat, it's also a great meal for hikers looking to eat healthy without sacrificing flavor, or as an hors d'oeuvre compliment to Southwestern - or meat and potatoes - style entrees.


    — Backpacker Magazine Editors' Choice Gear, Spring Gear Guide, April 2013

    frequently asked questions

    Why is a Cook–in–Cozy™ recommended?
     

    We recommend that all of our hot meals spend time "steep-cooking" while snuggled in a Cook-in-Cozy. We find this method promotes a more consistent temperature and steady cook time for Cook-in-Bag preparation; and results in a better serving temperature for your meal. When not in use, our Cook-in-Cozy folds away nicely in your pack for storage and weighs in at only 1.4oz.

    Reviews (18)

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      Very satisfying! I love corn chowder and this definitely hits the spot, with just the right amount of kick. It was rainy and miserable one day of our trip and this was the perfect comfort food to warm up with.

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      I ate this for breakfast. Its a lot of food for breakfast, but if its cold out and you have a high mileage day; perhaps ideal. It has a lot of corn and is very comforting. I too think it could benefit from adding some breakfast or summer sausage to keep it from being one note, but I'd eat it again!

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      Spicy, sweet fire roasted corn, creamy. Not to salty and maybe some kind of protien would be great added in. Very good

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      I've always enjoyed this tasty chowder and am sure to bring it with me on every outing!

    • 3

      3.0 Fork Rating

      by

      This has potential, but it just does not seem to be "there" yet. It does have a fair bit of corn in it, a lot actually, but it just seemed like all I was eating was corn kernels. Not worth the price. Not even close

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      Excellent! Love this - just a hint of heat. Wonderful pick me up when you need it!

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      Really good flavor in this soup...the corn tasted fresh! There was enough for two of us with a few oyster crackers added for good measure!

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      This one rocks! Love the flavor and heat. To round it out I usually add some Tabasco. I even enjoy this for breakfast :-D

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      If you're looking for corn, you have choices: Santa Fe Corn Pudding or this one. I've had both and highly recommend this one! I'm not fond of grits as an ingredient in something, and the soup has none. If you make it per the bag, it's thick and yummy. If you add breakfast sausage, some butter, and some sliced cheddar to it, it is sublime. Try adding milk or coconut milk powder to thin it out, too.

    Cooking Method

    just add water

    Water Required

    11 ounces

    Temperature

    boiling water

    Cook time

    10 minutes

    Serving

    12 ounces

  • Press
  • About Our POBLANO CORN CHOWDER

    • 1 Serving Backpacking Meal
       
    • Dietary Considerations:  meat dish (chicken stock)
      • all-natural dehydrated and freeze-dried ingredients
      • 420 calories
      • 15 g protein
         
    • Meal Net Weight:  4.0 oz | 110 g    
       
    • Meal Kit Includes:  seasoned chowder mix
       
    • Required:  boiling water
       
    • Recommended:  long–handled spoon;  Cook–in–Cozy

    Remove

    natural desiccant.

    Add

    1-1/3 cup (11 oz / 325 ml) of boiling water to the pouch and stir.

    Press

    air from pouch, seal and shake to blend.

    Steep-Cook

    for 10 minutes.

    Cook-in-Cozy™ recommended but not required. 

    STIR
    to blend.

     

    Enjoy!

    your Poblano Corn Chowder!

     

    Ingredients & Nutrition

     

     

    Ingredients:

    Sweet Corn Puree, Whole Milk, Organic Fire-Roasted Yellow Corn, Organic Whole Kernel Yellow Corn, Gravy Base (food starch-modified, palm oil, enriched bleached flour [wheat flour, niacin, iron, thiamin mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid], maltodextrin, salt, corn syrup solids, whey, sugar, contains less than 2%: buttermilk, nonfat milk, black pepper, mono & diglycerides, sodium caseinate, lactalbumin, dicalcium phosphate, color added), Masa (corn, lime), Monterey Jack Cheese (pasteurized milk, cheese cultures, salt, enzymes), Broth Seasoning (salt, sugar, soybean oil, natural chicken flavor, turmeric, chicken broth, annatto powder, natural flavor, spices, onion, parsley), Zucchini Squash, Butter (sweet cream, salt, annatto, nonfat milk solids, sodium caseinate, disodium phosphate), Organic Chicken Stock, Spices, Minced Shallots, Red Pepper Spice (salt, spices, garlic, silicon dioxide), Red and Green Bell Peppers, Jalapeno Pepper, Cilantro, Organic Chives

    Special Notes:

    CONTAINS: Egg, Milk, Soy, Wheat

    PROCESSED IN A FACILITY THAT HANDLES WHEAT, EGG, MILK, SOYBEAN, PEANUT AND TREE NUT PRODUCTS.

    Press Articles

    This hearty, pepper-flecked soup won tester praise for bringing gourmet-style chowder to the trail: "The creamy richness, tongue-tingling poblano and slight sweetness of the firm corm kernels made this my favorite cool-evening appetizer," says one. With just 300 calories and 11 grams of fat, it's also a great meal for hikers looking to eat healthy without sacrificing flavor, or as an hors d'oeuvre compliment to Southwestern - or meat and potatoes - style entrees.


    — Backpacker Magazine Editors' Choice Gear, Spring Gear Guide, April 2013

    frequently asked questions

    Why is a Cook–in–Cozy™ recommended?
     

    We recommend that all of our hot meals spend time "steep-cooking" while snuggled in a Cook-in-Cozy. We find this method promotes a more consistent temperature and steady cook time for Cook-in-Bag preparation; and results in a better serving temperature for your meal. When not in use, our Cook-in-Cozy folds away nicely in your pack for storage and weighs in at only 1.4oz.

    Reviews (18)

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      Very satisfying! I love corn chowder and this definitely hits the spot, with just the right amount of kick. It was rainy and miserable one day of our trip and this was the perfect comfort food to warm up with.

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      I ate this for breakfast. Its a lot of food for breakfast, but if its cold out and you have a high mileage day; perhaps ideal. It has a lot of corn and is very comforting. I too think it could benefit from adding some breakfast or summer sausage to keep it from being one note, but I'd eat it again!

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      Spicy, sweet fire roasted corn, creamy. Not to salty and maybe some kind of protien would be great added in. Very good

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      I've always enjoyed this tasty chowder and am sure to bring it with me on every outing!

    • 3

      3.0 Fork Rating

      by

      This has potential, but it just does not seem to be "there" yet. It does have a fair bit of corn in it, a lot actually, but it just seemed like all I was eating was corn kernels. Not worth the price. Not even close

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      Excellent! Love this - just a hint of heat. Wonderful pick me up when you need it!

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      Really good flavor in this soup...the corn tasted fresh! There was enough for two of us with a few oyster crackers added for good measure!

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      This one rocks! Love the flavor and heat. To round it out I usually add some Tabasco. I even enjoy this for breakfast :-D

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      If you're looking for corn, you have choices: Santa Fe Corn Pudding or this one. I've had both and highly recommend this one! I'm not fond of grits as an ingredient in something, and the soup has none. If you make it per the bag, it's thick and yummy. If you add breakfast sausage, some butter, and some sliced cheddar to it, it is sublime. Try adding milk or coconut milk powder to thin it out, too.

    Cooking Method

    just add water

    Water Required

    11 ounces

    Temperature

    boiling water

    Cook time

    10 minutes

    Serving

    12 ounces

  • FAQS
  • About Our POBLANO CORN CHOWDER

    • 1 Serving Backpacking Meal
       
    • Dietary Considerations:  meat dish (chicken stock)
      • all-natural dehydrated and freeze-dried ingredients
      • 420 calories
      • 15 g protein
         
    • Meal Net Weight:  4.0 oz | 110 g    
       
    • Meal Kit Includes:  seasoned chowder mix
       
    • Required:  boiling water
       
    • Recommended:  long–handled spoon;  Cook–in–Cozy

    Remove

    natural desiccant.

    Add

    1-1/3 cup (11 oz / 325 ml) of boiling water to the pouch and stir.

    Press

    air from pouch, seal and shake to blend.

    Steep-Cook

    for 10 minutes.

    Cook-in-Cozy™ recommended but not required. 

    STIR
    to blend.

     

    Enjoy!

    your Poblano Corn Chowder!

     

    Ingredients & Nutrition

     

     

    Ingredients:

    Sweet Corn Puree, Whole Milk, Organic Fire-Roasted Yellow Corn, Organic Whole Kernel Yellow Corn, Gravy Base (food starch-modified, palm oil, enriched bleached flour [wheat flour, niacin, iron, thiamin mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid], maltodextrin, salt, corn syrup solids, whey, sugar, contains less than 2%: buttermilk, nonfat milk, black pepper, mono & diglycerides, sodium caseinate, lactalbumin, dicalcium phosphate, color added), Masa (corn, lime), Monterey Jack Cheese (pasteurized milk, cheese cultures, salt, enzymes), Broth Seasoning (salt, sugar, soybean oil, natural chicken flavor, turmeric, chicken broth, annatto powder, natural flavor, spices, onion, parsley), Zucchini Squash, Butter (sweet cream, salt, annatto, nonfat milk solids, sodium caseinate, disodium phosphate), Organic Chicken Stock, Spices, Minced Shallots, Red Pepper Spice (salt, spices, garlic, silicon dioxide), Red and Green Bell Peppers, Jalapeno Pepper, Cilantro, Organic Chives

    Special Notes:

    CONTAINS: Egg, Milk, Soy, Wheat

    PROCESSED IN A FACILITY THAT HANDLES WHEAT, EGG, MILK, SOYBEAN, PEANUT AND TREE NUT PRODUCTS.

    Press Articles

    This hearty, pepper-flecked soup won tester praise for bringing gourmet-style chowder to the trail: "The creamy richness, tongue-tingling poblano and slight sweetness of the firm corm kernels made this my favorite cool-evening appetizer," says one. With just 300 calories and 11 grams of fat, it's also a great meal for hikers looking to eat healthy without sacrificing flavor, or as an hors d'oeuvre compliment to Southwestern - or meat and potatoes - style entrees.


    — Backpacker Magazine Editors' Choice Gear, Spring Gear Guide, April 2013

    frequently asked questions

    Why is a Cook–in–Cozy™ recommended?
     

    We recommend that all of our hot meals spend time "steep-cooking" while snuggled in a Cook-in-Cozy. We find this method promotes a more consistent temperature and steady cook time for Cook-in-Bag preparation; and results in a better serving temperature for your meal. When not in use, our Cook-in-Cozy folds away nicely in your pack for storage and weighs in at only 1.4oz.

    Reviews (18)

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      Very satisfying! I love corn chowder and this definitely hits the spot, with just the right amount of kick. It was rainy and miserable one day of our trip and this was the perfect comfort food to warm up with.

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      I ate this for breakfast. Its a lot of food for breakfast, but if its cold out and you have a high mileage day; perhaps ideal. It has a lot of corn and is very comforting. I too think it could benefit from adding some breakfast or summer sausage to keep it from being one note, but I'd eat it again!

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      Spicy, sweet fire roasted corn, creamy. Not to salty and maybe some kind of protien would be great added in. Very good

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      I've always enjoyed this tasty chowder and am sure to bring it with me on every outing!

    • 3

      3.0 Fork Rating

      by

      This has potential, but it just does not seem to be "there" yet. It does have a fair bit of corn in it, a lot actually, but it just seemed like all I was eating was corn kernels. Not worth the price. Not even close

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      Excellent! Love this - just a hint of heat. Wonderful pick me up when you need it!

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      Really good flavor in this soup...the corn tasted fresh! There was enough for two of us with a few oyster crackers added for good measure!

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      This one rocks! Love the flavor and heat. To round it out I usually add some Tabasco. I even enjoy this for breakfast :-D

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      If you're looking for corn, you have choices: Santa Fe Corn Pudding or this one. I've had both and highly recommend this one! I'm not fond of grits as an ingredient in something, and the soup has none. If you make it per the bag, it's thick and yummy. If you add breakfast sausage, some butter, and some sliced cheddar to it, it is sublime. Try adding milk or coconut milk powder to thin it out, too.

    Cooking Method

    just add water

    Water Required

    11 ounces

    Temperature

    boiling water

    Cook time

    10 minutes

    Serving

    12 ounces