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Yummy Corn and Shrimp Soup

I had something totally different planned for dinner tonight but when I left work today it was cold and raining. You see, here in southern Louisiana the temperature gets beneath 50 degrees and we lose our minds . Temperatures in the lower 40’s , windy and raining I needed this bowl of spicy yumminess in my life . This soup is something I have been making for years and It is my go to comfort food when it is cold.

I posted this Yummy Corn and  Shrimp Soup on Just a pinch back in 2010 and it caught the attention of the kitchen crew they awarded it a blue ribbon. This soup is a little on the spicy side but this can totally be adjusted by going easy on the cayenne pepper . Honestly if my nose isn’t running the soup isn’t spicy enough , lol. This is creamy and full of fresh vegetables and has so much flavor. Adding the shrimp at the very end keeps them nice and tender.

This soup isn’t only super yummy it is easy. Simple ingredients and simple tools is the way I like things.

Start by cooking the onions, celery and garlic in 2 sticks of butter until they are nice and tender

Once the vegetables are nice and tender add the flour and let it get nice and bubbly

Add chicken broth and water making sure there are no lumps.

Add the seasoning ( omit cayenne if you want this milder) and bring the soup up to a nice slow boil stirring from the bottom with a spatula occasionally.

Add the rotel tomatoes and corn . Bring back up to a slow boil

Stir in shrimp and add a few dashes of Tabasco. Bring back up to a slow boil.

Once the shrimp are pink and curled add the half and half.

Bring the soup back up to a slow boil, turn the burner off , place the lid on the pot for at least 5-10 minutes.

ENJOY!!

Yummy Corn and Shrimp Soup

4.13 from 31 votes
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Ingredients
  

  • 1 1/2-2 LBS Shrimp peeled and deveined
  • 2 sticks of butter
  • 2 medium onions -diced
  • 3 stalks of celery -diced
  • 2 cloves of garlic -minced
  • 3/4 cup all purpose flour
  • 32 oz carton chicken broth
  • 2 cups of water
  • 10 oz can mild rotel tomato
  • 1 Tablespoon salt
  • 2 teaspoon black pepper
  • 1/4 to 1 teaspoon cayenne pepper-optional if you don't like things too spicy
  • 4-6 dashed Tabasco
  • 2 cups frozen corn
  • 2 cups half and half

Instructions
 

  • In a large soup pot melt both sticks of butter and cook the onions, celery and garlic until tender over medium heat
  • Once the vegetables are tender add the flour . Stir with a spatula until it is nice and bubbly
  • Add chicken broth and water, stir well and make sure there are no lumps
  • Add seasoning and tabasco , bring up to a slow boil
  • Add rotel tomato and frozen corn..bring back to a slow boil for about 5 minutes
  • Make sure to stir with a spatula from the bottom
  • Stir in shrimp
  • Once the shrimp are pink and curled add the half and half
  • Bring the soup up to a slow boil
  • Once the there is a slow boil turn off burner and place lid on the soup for at least 5 minutes
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writerjenn1
writerjenn1
5 years ago

This looks sooo good… using Rotel tomatoes – genius!

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Juanita Guzman
Juanita Guzman
4 years ago

Would cheese of some sort help with creaminess?

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Chip
Chip
3 years ago

Debbie, thank you so much, my hubby found your Yummy Corn and Shrimp recipe soup last week and he made this with 2 lbs shrimp, so that we can get shrimp in every bite. We do not care how steamy it is here in July in North Texas, but we wanna tell ya this soup is sooo delicious. Thank you! We can possibly make this into a shrimp and crawfish dip by adding cheese.

Cathy Wotipka
Cathy Wotipka
3 years ago

Making this yumminess today….cant wait to eat!!

Jenni
Jenni
2 years ago

5 stars
Ladies! This is the ONE. Feed him this once a week for 18 months and BOOM! You’re the sole owner of his estate.

Tip: recommend some beer with the meal. Used that on my second spouse and it saved me 2 months!

ASCVD in a pot 😍

Piper
Piper
1 year ago

Would this recipe suffer too much if it was made with vegetarian stock instead of chicken?

LaDonna
LaDonna
1 year ago

I don’t use Tabasco or Rotel. Just to spicy for my family. However this is the best and easier receipe. Still taste really good with the 2 ingredients.

Carol
Carol
9 months ago

Been making this since I first saw the recipe on here several years ago. My husband LOVES this soup!