Corn Chowder {Easy Recipe}

Hey, hey! I’m sharing my Corn Chowder recipe with y’all today. I created this recipe a few weeks ago and I just made it again this week. My family gives my potato and corn chowder rave reviews every time. It is easy to make in just about one hour and it stick-to-your-ribs delicious!

corn chowder

Get in my belly!

What is your favorite soup or chowder to make?

Have a marvelous day, my friends!



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  1. says

    Your corn chowder sounds wonderful! I love that it uses smoked sausage. I find turkey smoked sausage on sale a lot and don’t have many recipes for it. I will have to pick some up next time I see it on sale!
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  2. says

    I make something similar but recently I substituted leftover Honey Baked ham (I had in the freezer from Christmas) for sausage. It was so good.

  3. Devon says

    Made this tonight. Very good but watch salt. Added whole milk to cut it a little bit. Will make again for daughters birthday party.

  4. Simone says

    This is the best potato corn chowder ever! My boyfriend has made it a few times and it never disappoints :) YUMMY! Thank you for this recipe.

  5. Connie says

    Late on making dinner, a very hungry family, so I used canned sliced potatoes and left out the celery. Everyone got seconds, perfect delicious recipe for a nice chilly night! Thank you so much. *next time I’ll make it early and follow the recipe exactly!

  6. says

    I love this recipe! I have made it several times and actually it is what’s for dinner tonight! Would you mind if I shared this on my blog with a link to your site? So good!!!



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