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™
1-1/3 cup (11 oz / 325 ml) of boiling water to the pouch and stir.
air from pouch, seal and shake to blend.
for 10 minutes.
Cook-in-Cozy™ recommended but not required.
your Poblano Corn Chowder!
Ingredients & Nutrition
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
CONTAINS: Milk, Wheat
PROCESSED IN A FACILITY THAT HANDLES WHEAT, EGG, MILK, SOYBEAN, PEANUT AND TREE NUT PRODUCTS.
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
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.
i was surprised the first time i tried it how filling it was. this is the perfect meal for a cold night in camp. i recommend everyone keep one in their pack for emergencies
One of my go-to selections every year. Can't beat it.
This is my favorite meal out on the trail. The flavor and texture is a wonderful change from all the other foods.
Definitely a top notch meal. I tried this past kayaking trip and it was so good. I added the water and the. Put in my boat, paddled a mile and then ate it. So good. It was exactly what I was looking for. Thanks PG for keeping flavor in the woods.
Cons: It's very sweet from the corn. I don't like to see the words "partially hydrogenated...oil" in the ingredient list. Pros: It's very tasty and satisfying. Overall: I can deal with the sweet. It actually balances with the hot nicely. Thought the USDA banned partially hydrogenated vegetable oils (otherwise known as trans fat), except for emergency rations. Many natural versions of palm and coconut oils work just as well. As far as the flavor, it's wonderful. Sweet and spicy. Staff reply Thank you so much for leaving a review and we’re glad to hear you enjoyed the flavor! Since you’ve last purchased our Poblano Corn Chowder (it looks like July 2018?), we no longer have partially hydrogenated vegetable oil is this product. This is an all-natural meal!
Delicious! Lots of flavor and enjoyed the corn texture as well. Will definitely buy again.
Really not that good. Certainly not worth the price. I’d go so far as to say it’s a bit bland. It does have some mild heat to it, but overall the flavor is pretty flat. I ordered a few of these because it sounded great, but it’s not. Now I’m left wondering what to do with the three I have left. I don’t want to pack them into the wilderness and there’s no reason to eat this at home. Disappointing considering the quality of many of their other items.
It is cold outside right now...20's. Just ate this corn chowder and it hit the spot! Lots of corn and just the right little tingle from the poblano and spices...I think you could really play with this with milk instead of water, maybe some cheese...but on a cold day in the wind this was spot on!
Excellent meal! I loved the sweet corn. Tasted like fresh corn off the cob. Very satisfying and a great change of pace from everyday backpacking meals. A new favorite!
just add water