[Cover photo by - Carla -.] My other soup cookbooks include Dreamy Cream Soups , For Health and Healing , Hearty Meat Soups , Meat-Free , Out of the Ocean, Into the Tureen , Slurping Round the World and Tomato Soup . . . Mm-mm, Good!
Nice mild curry flavour, add more if you like. Swirl no fat yogurt, sour cream or cream into each serving, to mellow the curry flavour. From Company's Coming, cooking for diabetics. diabetic choices: 1 starch, 1/2 fruit and veggie each serving.
This is how my mother made her chowder for years, and it was always greeted with pleasure and delight from anyone partaking in in. Even my Aunt who has always hated Corn Chowder loved this recipe. You can use fresh corn if you prefer, but may want to add it in with the potatoes to cook, and if you must use canned corn, watch the salt. Canned corn will change the flavor greatly.
This is a thick, hearty chowder. The recipe originated from a member of the Canadian Army. Serve with fresh rolls or thick slices of bread, if desired. Recipe courtesy of Allrecipes. Posted for Zaar World Tour II.
This is really good and really easy for the results you get. I got the original recipe from Bon Appetit, and changed it a bit...you have a fair amount of leeway to add other ingredients to this, like chicken. I add the creamed corn to thicken the soup. I can't remember the exact can size, 16 oz could be wrong, but it's the "regular soup can" size. Sorry. I don't really know why I add frozen corn, maybe because I always have some wasting away in my freezer. It was the first thing I made my DH when we were dating...we got married last year! Was it the soup? Enjoy!
This recipe took me several years to perfect and it has been enjoyed by everyone who like clam chowder, even those who did not like it previously. By puree'ing the tomatoes, you would hardly know that tomatoes were used.
I originally clipped this recipe from a Woman's Day magazine years ago. It is very soothing and comforting - just the thing on a chilly, drizzly day. If you don't care for creamed corn, you may use 1 1/2 cups corn kernels instead. You may choose to peel your potatoes,if you prefer, however I do not. I have tried this with several different types of potatoes and you want something that will soften up enough in the soup; red skinned potatoes work nicely. I have tried Yukon Golds in this and they just don't soften up soon enough, so I would say precook them before adding to the soup if that is your potato of choice.