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Fresh Corn Chowder

July/August 1998

Your rating: None Average: 3.2 (9 votes)

Turkey bacon gives this creamy corn chowder a fabulous flavor without adding a lot of saturated fat. The soup has less than 190 calories per serving so it's an excellent choice if you are watching your weight. If you don't have fresh corn, frozen will work just as well.



READER'S COMMENT:
"I made it dairy free by cooking sweet frozen corn, chicken stock and potatoes separately, then blending with a stick blender when the potato chunks were soft, to which I added the veggie mixture. The soup came out nice and creamy. "
Fresh Corn Chowder Recipe

2 Reviews for Fresh Corn Chowder

04/07/2010
Anonymous

I made it dairy free by cooking sweet frozen corn, chicken stock and potatoes separately, then blending with a stick blender when the potato chunks were soft, to which I added the veggie mixture. The soup came out nice and creamy.

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10/21/2009
Anonymous

FABULOUS!!! I made this the other night exactly according to the recipe and it was delicious!! I added a little salt (to my taste) and my fiance added a can of crab meat. It made a delicious, healthy dinner. I've been looking for a good corn chowder recipe forever and this is it!

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