rachel's cheesy corn chowder.

24 June 2010

rachel's cheesy corn chowder.

what y'all will need:
3 cups milk
2 cans cream corn OR 1 can cream of chicken soup
2 cans whole kernel corn, drained
2 cans new potatoes, coarsley chopped
1 lb. smoked sausage, sliced
2 cups sharp shredded cheese
2 tbl. parsley
salt
pepper

the making part:
mix milk, corn, potatoes & smoked sausage together in a stock pot.
warm thoroughly over medium-high heat.

remove from heat.
add shredded cheese & parsley.
once the cheese is completely melted, add salt & pepper to taste.
{the cheese will thicken your chowder.}

trust me that it's yum. yum. yum.
:O)

note: using grilled corn on the cob instead of whole kernel corn is amazing.
just sayin'.

oh & if you're the brave type...
add some crushed red pepper flakes or some of your fav hot sauce.
it kicks it up a notch.

hope y'all enjoy.

xo, rachel

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31 comments:

Katy said...

that looks so damn good!!!!

Jodi said...

Yum! I LOVE homemade corn chowder. I just copied and pasted and printed it out, thank you very much!

KZK said...

My husband would totally love this!

Sandy said...

Yummy....so quick and hearty! Definitely one I will try.

Denise :) said...

ummmm . . . that looks *very* yummy!!! :)

fiberdoodles said...

Yumm! Two scoops please :0)

Claire said...

MUMMMM! I just know my kids will love this....I'll trying this out they come back home from the in-laws!

LOVE TO STITCH BEE TREE DESIGNS said...

Hooooo wow, that looks so yummy, but it's 97 or so here.......can you eat it cold??? hahaha!
Just kidding, but I will add your recipe to the top of my soup section so as soon as it cools off, we can make it......LOVE chowders with potatoes and corn. For myself I'm subbing in ham. I am not a sausage fan (it only goes on pizza,lol). But the rest of my family does so I will serve it as you have it for them.

Lisnaweary Quilts said...

Sounds delish! pity we can't get creamed corn in Northern Ireland!

Tina H. in California said...

Rachel,

Do you drain the liquid from the corn before using?

Mary Carole said...

I am SO making this! Even if it is 105 here in Vegas...I'm eating me some Cheesy Corn Chowder!! Thank you for posting your recipe! :-)

rachel griffith said...

tina h...
yes, you drain the whole kernel corn.
i'll go add that in.
not sure how i forgot to say that. lol.

Sarah Craig said...

Mmmmmm, that looks great! I agree that it's a little too hot for it right now, but I will definitely hang on to the recipe for cooler weather - I love love love corn chowder!!

Quilterrits said...

it's too hot here to eat anything like that, 105 heat index in Memphis again today, will save your yummy recipe for cooler days:)

Mandy said...

Maybe I'm just not that smart lol but those new potatoes... did you buy them in the can? or do you chop your own potatoes and use the can as your measuring cup...

it's 12:17mindnight here and I might just be reading this funny lol... so please straighten me out :)

Kristi said...

This is soooo going on next week's menu!

Barbara said...

Love corn chowder. This will be on the menu for this weekend. Hubby will be very happy!!! Thank you for sharing.

Judy Creates said...

This looks sooo good, I am going to make it tonight. I will also take your advise and "kick it up a notch."

madebymum said...

I can almost smell it. Check out my little blog I am having my first give away.

A.S.K.-P. said...

I made this for dinner tonight Rachel. It turned out AWESOME! I made a few little tweaks to mine (I used 1% Milk & Turkey Smoked Sausage, 1 large fresh potato instead of canned & added 1 bottle of Amber Ale beer). Again, it turned out AWESOME! Thank You again for sharing this great recipe.

WoolenSails said...

I haven't made corn chowder in years, this recipe looks delicious.

Debbie

Nanbon44 said...

looks yummy, I make a version of this with either ham or bacon

Debbie said...

Made this last night...it was a HIT...YUMMY!

andie said...

Okay, making this tonite for dinner with some good bread and a green salad. Really looking forward to it. Cool day here, too cool for the pool. I will be adding some amber ale as ASKP suggested. Thanks for posting!

boysmum2 said...

Sounds yum, off to the shop now to get ingredients

Donna said...

I made this last night. Used half and half instead of milk but otherwise didn't change the recipe a bit. My DH has declared it the best soup ever! Mighty good.

LindaB said...

Hi..I made your soup on the weekend...was a big hit and so simple...used fresh potatoe -cooked in microwave then chopped...chirizo sausage and a chicken breat fillet - chopped into small pieces and cooked before adding to soup and corn mix...was absolutely delicous...I am going on a girls weekend away and am going to make some to take with me for lunch...mmmm yum yum
from LindaB (aust)

Jacqueline said...

I made this for my guys 2 weeks ago and they LOVED it! Thanks a bunch!
Jacqeline

Jacqueline said...

This is dinner tonight! Thank you for sharing!! xoxo

@pril said...

Where do you come up with these recipes? Are they family recipes? This looks so freakin' good, makes me want to eat though I'm not hungry. This would be great for a potluck. Do you mind if I feature a couple of your recipes on my blog?

Jacqueline said...

Every time I make this I get seriously awesome compliments. Thanks for sharing, lovey!

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