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Creamy Corn and Potato Chowder

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Prep Time:

Cook Time:

15 Min

30 Min

Serves:

12 Servings

Level:

Beginner

Creamy Corn and Potato Chowder

This was a meal that I ate often as a kid, but never really liked it very much. It was ok, but it wasn’t my favorite. I haven’t eaten it in years because of it. I decided that I would try to make it again, but make my own recipe. I thought about all the things I like in a good chowder recipe and combined it to make this recipe. It turned out so delicious and creamy! I now love Corn and Potato Chowder, and so does my family! They all ate it quickly and asked for more. I have a few picky eaters, so I know it is good when I get that unanimous response. This soup has so much flavor and is creamy with pieces of plump corn and soft potatoes. It has bacon and cheese in it to enhance the flavor. I hope you love this recipe as much as we do!

Ingredients:

6 c. Diced Potatoes

2 lb. Frozen Corn

6 c. Hot Water

4 Tbl. Knorr Chicken Bullion

¾ c. Salted Butter

¾ c. Flour

6 c. Half and Half Cream

2 c. Shredded Cheese

1 c. Bacon Bits

Dash of Pepper

Serve with Cheese, Bacon Bits, or Green Onions as garnish.

Preparation:

1. Peel and dice 6 c. Potatoes. I like to use Red Potatoes, and if I use them, I just leave the skins on for added color.


2. In a large soup pot combine the Potatoes, Water, and the Knorr Chicken Bullion. Turn the heat on high. When it starts to boil add the Frozen Corn. Cook the Corn and Potatoes for 10 minutes, or until they are mostly tender.


3. Meanwhile, in a sauce pan melt the Butter. Add the Flour and whisk it in until it is smooth. Continue stirring and cooking it for 2-3 minutes.


4. Slowly add the Half and half Cream and continue to stir it constantly. Cook it on a medium heat until it thickens and becomes creamy and thick.


5. Add the Cheese and stir it in.


6. When the potatoes are cooked, add the Cheese mixture to the potatoes and stir it in.


7. Add the Bacon and a dash of Pepper and let the soup simmer on low for a few minutes to let the flavors combine.


8. Serve with Cheese, Bacon Bits, or Green Onions. It is all delicious! Enjoy!


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