Rotisserie Chicken Bacon Corn Chowder

Join us for #SoupWeek!Today I am joining other blogger's in sharing some great soups like my:  Rotisserie Chicken Bacon Corn Chowder! It is a wonderful soup that is not only warm on a cold night, but also a great use of leftover chicken! Add a salad or biscuits and you have a nice easy lunch or dinner.

This soup starts with the ease of left over rotisserie chicken, but also has the comfort of Grandma's home cooking, since I am tweaking my husbands Grandmothers Original Corn Chowder Recipe to make this version.

You get a quick, yet ultra comforting meal that is sure to satisfy!
Printable Recipe
Rotisserie Chicken Bacon Corn Chowder
Serves 4-6

Ingredients:
1- 1 1/2 cups shredded/diced cooked chicken
3 slices bacon cooked and crumbled
1  (16 oz.) Corn drained  or Creamed Corn undrained (your choice!)
1 Can diced or 1 1 /2 cups frozen diced potatoes
3 cups milk
3 Tablespoons Butter

Directions:
Add all ingredients into a large sauce pan and simmer on medium low 5-10 minutes till soup is heated through and potatoes (if using frozen) are cooked through to tender. Salt and Pepper to taste.

If you'd like to thicken the soup: in a small bowl mix together 4 Tablespoons flour w/ 1/4 cup water.
Add flour/water mixture into soup and stir until thickened.


#SoupWeek
Welcome to the #SoupWeek, hosted by Palatable Pastime. This week is all about delicious and warming soups. Be sure to check out some of the recipes below or you can follow along on FaceBook, Twitter, Google+ and Instagram using the hashtag #SoupWeek. We also have a #SoupWeek Pinterest Board where you can see all of the offerings in one easy to access spot! What a great way to stay warm in cold weather!

Monday

4 comments:

  1. That sounds amazing! My husband is not a soup fan, but I think I could get him to go for this!

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    1. My husband is the same way! This is one he likes because it's "meaty" enough that he doesn't walk away hungry.

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  2. Now this is a perfect recipe...easy, peasy and delicious. I'm always looking for ways to repurpose leftovers and with this I could repurpose not only the chicken but also any potatoes I have left.

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    1. That's exactly How I make it too!

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