AWESOME Flavor!! A satisfying and fulfilling chowder for any lunch or dinner....just add crusty bread!! A good year around mainstay entree in our home! Cooks while you work or shop! Easy preparation!
- Lightly brown chicken pieces in butter and set aside. Saute onion and celery.
- Place carrots, potatoes, onion, celery and corn in crock pot. Put chicken pieces on top. Add chicken broth. Add salt and pepper (to taste).
- Turn crock pot to low and cook 4 to 5 hours. During last 10 minutes of cooking add evaporated milk and cheese. Stir lightly to allow cheese to melt.
- Note: If a thicker chowder is desired, add -- 1 tablespoon cornstarch dissolved in 2 tablespoons of cold water. Also, smash a few potatoes for thickening.
- Serve with crusty bread and enjoy!.
This was a wonderful chowder. The flavor was very good. Easy to put together, I followed the directions to a tee except for using a bag of frozen corn over the canned. I think I used around a half a teaspoon of salt and a quarter of pepper for seasoning. I used homemade chicken stock which was awesome. I think I might add a little flour to thicken it some next time, an easy thing to change to my preference. I was thrilled come dinner time to only have to toss some bread in the oven and serve up the bowls of soup. Nice. Made for Crock Pot Photo Challenge.
I cooked everything on top of the stove and the chicken came out very tender and delicious. I used 5 good size potatoes, and thickened the broth, because we like it on the thicker side. I served ours in homemade whole wheat bread bowls to everyones delight!
I've made a much more complicated and labor intensive corn showder before, but never again. The minor adjustments I made to this recipe were:<br/>1. frozen corn instead of canned (which has less sodium, so I ended up adding some salt toward the end of the cooking time)<br/>2. I added more celery & carrots than it called for <br/>3. Due to the extra veggies, the one can of stock didn't cover the food in the crock pot. I didn't have any more at home, so I added about a half cup of water.<br/>4. Based on other reviews, I thickened the chowder. I didn't have corn starch at home, so I used flour & water, added toward the end of cooking time.<br/><br/>I'll definitely make this again.