Sunday, October 21, 2012

Great Autumn Recipe:

Nutritious and Hearty Corn Chowder:

This Nutritious and Hearty Corn Chowder is another great autumn recipe of mine which is another comforting dinner meal that I make when the weather is cool and chilly outside. This can be made ahead of time and you simmer it on the stove and smell the delicious aroma of the corn chowder while it is cooking and it is an easy meal for everyone while it warms up your belly and it is very nutritious for everyone. In this recipe I use low sodium bacon and 1% lowfat milk and it still tastes wonderful and I have no complaints from anyone. It was a cool and rainy day when we went to the flea market one weekend and it fit me in the right mood to make it for the family and they all enjoyed it and it warmed them up from being out in the rainy and damp weather that was outside that fall day. Hope you enjoy this great autumn recipe as well as the others that I share on squidoo and other pages.


  • 8 russet potatoes (diced) about 2 cups
  • 2 cans of whole kernel corn- 16 ounce cans
  • 1 lb. of low sodium bacon (diced) which is about 15 slices
  • minced onions- 1 teaspoon
  • 2 cups of 1% lowfat milk
  • 3 tablespoons butter ( shedd's spread or real unsalted butter)
  • Salt and Pepper to taste
  • Parmesan cheese to taste


1. Peel and dice about 2 cups of russet potatoes and boil them in a pot.

2. Take the bacon and dice them into small pieces and fry them in a fry pan and add the minced onions and fry until cooked thoroughly.

3. Then drain the bacon on a paper towel to strain the oil and set aside for now.

4. When the potatoes are cooked thoroughly add the bacon, corn, and milk and butter and let it boil and then turn the stove down and simmer it until you are ready to serve it with saltine crackers or croutons. Add salt and pepper to taste. You can add Parmesan cheese to taste and enjoy the taste of the great fall recipe soup.

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