Your family is going to be requesting you to make this recipe for Potato and Corn Chowder over and over and over again...even in the summer!
Does your family love soup for dinner as much as mine?
Potato and Corn Chowder is one of those soups that your family is going to be requesting again and again for dinner. It reheats nicely too if you have leftovers!
We have had too many cold days and too many snow days here in our corner of the world lately. The only thing good about all the cold is this amazing soup recipe I made over the weekend.
What I love most about this potato and corn chowder soup recipe is that it cooks in the slow cooker and was no work at all to put together. Make sure you check the potatoes after they've been cooking for awhile in the slow cooker.
The newer slow cookers tend to cook things really fast, so be careful. You definitely do not want the potatoes overcooked as you'll end up with mashed potato soup. Also, I always stir heavy cream into 1/2 cup of the hot soup in a small bowl then add to the hot soup to prevent the cream from curdling.
My family loves soup and I love that it's an easy and economical meal. I made this amazing soup on Saturday during another snow storm for my family and my hubby couldn't get enough!
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