Sweet Corn and Potato Chowder is thick and creamy, yet made with no cream at all. Seriously though, the base of this chowder is made from cauliflower simmered in chicken broth then blended with milk, salt, and broth until it’s the texture of thick, whipped velvet. Today, I want to share with you a semi-paleo corn chowder recipe. It is not quite paleo because of the corn but if you are willing to let it slide, it is a nice filling meal to keep you warm on a chilly winter night. Add the chicken stock and begin to cook over medium high heat.
An easy-to-make, satisfying chowder that you can make in your microwave or on your stove top from ingredients in your pantry. Turkey or chicken, bacon, potatoes, and corn come together nicely in this recipe! If you don’t use a microwave, feel free to make this soup on top of your stove. Karina’s roasted corn chowder recipe with chicken and lime is gluten-free. Get this all-star, easy-to-follow Chicken and Bacon Corn Chowder recipe from FoodNation with Bobby Flay.
This Chicken Corn Chowder became one of our meal staples while living in Washington, and with colder weather, I find that I crave heartier (and possibly more decadent) foods. Add leeks, onion, corn, thyme and marjoram to the pot, stirring constantly until tender. Read more about us, our progression to a mostly paleo lifestyle, or browse our paleo recipes. This chowder not only includes the yummy combination of chicken and bacon, it has an entire cutting board full of vegetables added to it. Here they’re using chicken, and have backed it up with mushrooms, baby corn, and tomatoes.
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