Quick Potato Corn Chowder
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 30 min.
Makes8 servings (2 quarts)
This recipe is a keeper. It was quick and easy and adaptable and most important, delicious! I threw in some left-over ham to use it up. But it would've been tasty without.
I usually take a couple scoops of the cooked potatoes And whatever, throw them in the blender with some butter and either milk or cream and purée it, then add it back to the soup to thicken it. Saves adding uncooked flour or fussing with a roux.
I was short of food but had these simple ingredients. I added some garlic powder as well. It was simple and delicious.
I love this recipe! It is super easy, and I always have all the ingredients already at home. The only alterations that I make are adding thyme, and garlic salt.
Very good. Added 2 cloves garlic, used fresh corn and added chopped ham and added some diced fresh hatch chiles and sprinkled some chopped dill. Nice and creamy.
I can't do gluten so I thickened it with corn starch and added carrots. DELICIOUS! On my second bowl.
i made this yesterday was very good.only change i made was adding diced smoked ham and i used fresh corn
Made this for dinner tonight and having the rest for dinner tomorrow. Hubby and I both loved it! I made these changes: I used half and half instead of milk. I added 1 1/2 tsp. Of Worcester sauce, 1 1/2 tsp. minced garlic, and 1 1/2 tbsp. of butter. For the last few minutes of cooking I threw in chopped ham from an earlier dinner and a large handful of sharp cheddar. I added everything else as stated. Scrumptious and will be totally making this again!
Made this lunch today. Quick and tasty and my only change was adding chopped bacon when storing"
Good solid recipe. I didn’t use onion because they bother me and added cheese (Velveeta because it melts nicely) at the end and the kids gobbled it up. I did everything else as written, including the flour mixed in the milk which I was a little concerned about but it was fine. Great comfort food!