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A Lighter Corn Chowder

A Lighter Corn Chowder created by Katanashrp

I got this wonderful recipe from one of my favorite cook books, New Dieter's Cookbook from Better Homes & Gardens. It's low in calories, but tastes like a guilty pleasure! When I make it, I double the broth, milk, and flour to make it more soupy and less chunky.

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  • Combine broth, corn, onion, sweet pepper, and black pepper in medium saucepan. Bring to boiling; reduce heat. Simmer, covered, about 5 minutes or until veggies are tender.
  • In a small mixing bowl, stir together milk and flour. Stir into broth mixture. Cook & stir until thick and bubbly. Cook stirring constantly 1 minute more.
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"I got this wonderful recipe from one of my favorite cook books, New Dieter's Cookbook from Better Homes & Gardens. It's low in calories, but tastes like a guilty pleasure! When I make it, I double the broth, milk, and flour to make it more soupy and less chunky."
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  1. Katanashrp
    A Lighter Corn Chowder Created by Katanashrp
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  2. Katanashrp
    Very simple and quick. I like the addition of bell pepper. Thank you.
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  3. Brooke the Cook in
    A keeper! Made this last night for three of us and had leftovers for my DS's lunch today; he really enjoys corn chowders and this one was no exception. This was very quick and easy to put together; I did saute the onions and sweet peppers for 2-3 minutes before adding broth & corn, otherwise I'm not sure that they would have been tender - I also added an additional 8-10 ounces of water. Very filling and low on calories! I think if I had extra time I would throw half of the mixture into a food processor/blender and blend until smooth, then combine. Will be making again, thanks!
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  4. Mindi Bunch
    I got this wonderful recipe from one of my favorite cook books, New Dieter's Cookbook from Better Homes & Gardens. It's low in calories, but tastes like a guilty pleasure! When I make it, I double the broth, milk, and flour to make it more soupy and less chunky.
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