Fresh Corn chowder

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corn chowder recipe

 

With fall temperatures it is officially soup weather and this Fresh corn chowder reminded me just how much I like soup. I call this soup three bowls good. I only went back for seconds and then just a little more. It makes pretty good reheated left overs too.

 

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Here’s what you need. Plus all the things I forgot because I was busy thinking about soup.

 

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Boil  corn in about 2 quarts of water; cool and scrape off cobs, getting all the germ; strain the water to remove corn silk residue, and set aside about 2 cups

 

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into the strained corn water

 

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add cubed potatoes,

 

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garlic and onions. Cook until until tender.

 

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Then add corn,

 

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milk, half and half, 

 

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Salt and pepper to taste

 

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and crumbled bacon pieces.

cook on medium heat until warmed through.

 

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Serve immediately.

 

Fresh Corn chowder

 

Ingredients

  • fresh corn 3 to 5 ears: husked, washed and boiled in about 2 quarts of water;  cool and scrape off cobs, getting all the germ;  strain the water to remove corn silk residue, and set aside about 2 cups
  • yukon gold potatoes,   about 1 1/2 pounds:  washed, cubed and boiled in strained corn water
  • onion,  1 medium, chopped and sauteed in a bit of oil or butter
  • celery, 1 stalk, chopped
  • garlic,   2 to 3 cloves, minced
  • herb salt, to taste,  1 to 3 teaspoons
  • ground white pepper, several good shakes
  • milk,   2 quarts
  • half and half,   half a cup
  • bacon, 3 to 4 crisp slices: snipped or crumbled

 

 

In the pot of corn water , cook the potatoes with the onions and garlic, ;  then add remaining ingredients and cook on medium heat until warmed through;  add more reserved corn water if desired.

 

Serve immediately.

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2 comments

  1. Hi,

    Greetings from Australia!

    Your corn chowder looks wonderful and would love to give this recipe a try :D

    Glad that I found your blog. Your photography is first class and everything that you cook looks wonderful. Now following you at blogger, Twitter and Pinterest. Hope to hear from you too.

    Zoe

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  2. Thanks Zoe.
    I Like your name, your parents have good taste.

    Congratulations on running that marathon! I once ran 8 miles and thought my legs fell off at mile six!
    So I have no idea how I managed to finish, all I know is it wasn't pretty.

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