November 22, 2010

Dump & Pour Corn Chowder

Friday night, I wasn't in the mood to cook (yet none of wanted to order pizza) and I came up with a very simple corn chowder that got thumbs up from everyone.

2 cans cream of corn
1 cup chicken broth
1 can of green chilies
left over shredded cooked chicken
1/2 tsp of cumin
garlic salt to taste

Cook until boiling. Serve with crumbled corn chips & shredded cheese. It tastes nearly identical to white chicken chilli.

This could even be a quick meal to put together with left over Thanksgiving turkey.
Speaking of Thanksgiving, I'm taking a vacation day on Wednesday to start my holiday early! Another secret...I have a vintage Christmas craft to share soon. Think 1970s...the big reveal will be after turkey day because I'm giving it to my sister for her birthday. This craft completely took me out of my comfort zone because a needle and thread was involved. No glue gun anywhere in sight. Just you wait!!

8 comments:

Jodee Leader said...

That looks delicious! Enjoy your short week!

Lee said...

Oh, YUM! This looks easy enough for me...but I would order pizza! LOL
Have a wonderful, short work week and a very happy Thanksgiving!

Shanna said...

No way! Now, that is my kinda cookin'! Thanks for the easy dish idea!!!

Michelle @ Dream Home DIY said...

Oh yum!! I love you for this super easy recipe :0) We have company in town and I have been searching high and low for inexpensive easy cooking ideas.

Donna said...

What a great idea! I love making soup alot in cold weather. I see that you shop at my favorite store!!

Courtney said...

That corn chowder sounds so good. Enjoy your short week. Tomorrow is my last day for the week and I couldn't be more excited!

La Vie Quotidienne said...

These looks really good and perfect for these cooler nights.(-:

Michelle @ Dream Home DIY said...

So I had to come back and tell you....we tried this out last night and LOVED it :0) I did add about 1/4 of a pack of Taco Seasoning mix and because we didn't have any Garlic Salt on hand had to leave that out. YUM!!!!!