Chicken Corn Chowder
Making Chicken Corn Chowder in the Instant Pot is quick and easy. Corn Chowder is a favorite in my home, especially on cold days. We love the added vegetables and the low fat that this recipe has. It just feels great to eat a bit healthier.
About Chicken Corn Chowder Recipe
I’ve been making a stove top version of Chicken Corn Chowder for years. I love this Corn Chowder Recipe, for many reasons. Mostly because I just feel so much better after eating a good hearty bowl of soup that doesn’t have all the extra additives and filled with fresh vegetables.
What’s in Chicken Corn Chowder?
Of course you can add or subtract almost everything in Chicken Corn Chowder and other recipes like it. I like to add corn, carrots, onion, celery, and on occasion mushrooms and potatoes too. It’s Delicious.
Can I make it creamier?
Of course! You can substitute heavy cream in place of the Evaporated milk. The cream will give a nice added thickness and creaminess to Corn Chowder recipe.
I want a vegetarian Corn Chowder, how can I make that?
This recipe would be easily modified by just taking out the chicken and adding in a few more of your favorite vegetables.
Is Chicken Corn Chowder Gluten Free?
Yes, it can be! Evaporated Milk can be gluten free. Make sure to check the label of the product you are using. Of course Veggies are Gluten Free too!
How to thicken Chicken Corn Chowder?
You can thicken this soup by adding in cornstarch at the very end. You can also substitute Heavy Cream in place of Evaporated Milk for a thicker consistency as well.
What does Chicken Corn Chowder Taste like?
To me, Chicken Corn Chowder tastes a lot like a traditional Chicken Noodle Soup, without the noodles. It’s a broth based soup, full of vegetables and nice tender chunks of chicken.
This is the perfect recipe to make on the stove top, the crock pot or the Instant Pot. I’ve made all these, and they all come out the same… Scrumptious! Of course the Instant Pot recipe is a lot faster and I would definitely recommend giving it a try, but if not the stove works just as well or even in the crock pot with a few modifications.
It would be best to cook your cubed chicken first, it just eliminates any potential contamination. Then throw everything into the Crock Pot and cook on low for 6 hours to cook the vegetables. After it’s cooked all the way through, add evaporated milk or heavy cream and enjoy your chowder.
You would begin by saute’ the cubed chicken on the stove and then throwing all your ingredients into a large stock pot. Cover it with a lid and cook on a low simmer until your vegetables are soft and tender. After it’s cooked through add evaporated milk or heavy cream and enjoy.
I can’t eat Chicken Corn Chowder without a great piece of Cheese Bread. Really, I am a dipper and I love the cheese on both sides of this Sourdough Cheese Bread. It doesn’t fall apart when it’s dipped either. An added bonus for sure. This Cheese Bread Recipe is so easy to make and serve with your Corn Chowder Recipe. Be sure to give it a try. It’s great served with so many recipes too.
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To make this Corn Chowder Recipe creamier, substitute the evaporated milk for heavy cream. It will give a much creamier taste you will love.
Chicken Corn Chowder is a tasty soup recipe and can be eaten all year long. I have many memories of this soup and it always brings a smile of spending time with family, which for me, is the essence of life. I hope as you make this soup recipe that you will find joy in those you share it with.