Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Tasty Tuesday - Betty W.'s Sausage & Corn Chowder

If you're looking for a quick, easy soup recipe to warm your family on these cold, winter nights, I have a great one for you!  It only takes a few ingredients, about 15 minutes to assemble, and 30 minutes later you'll have a chowder to die for....
2 rolls of your favorite sausage (I use Jimmy Dean "less fat" variety.)
2 cans of whole kernel corn (I use one can of each type of corn because my family prefers less corn, more potatoes.)
2 cans of cream style corn
4 cans cream of potato soup
1 quart of half & half cream ( I use the fat-free one.)

Step 1:  Brown the sausage in a skillet.  Drain and put the cooked sausage in a large soup pot or crockpot.

Step 2:  Add all of the other ingredients to the sausage.

Step 3:  Mix all ingredients and heat on low for 30 minutes on stove or if using a crockpot, until mixture is very hot.  Do not boil.  If heating on the stovetop, stir frequently.

Step 4:  Serve it up and sprinkle with a generous amount of black pepper. Compliment with a nice, warm wedge of buttered cornbread or some saltine crackers and you have a wonderful, easy dinner.

This recipe was given to me by Betty W., from Katy, TX, who happens to be having a birthday tomorrow.
Happy birthday, Betty, and thank you for sharing this wonderful recipe!


  1. That's a nice quick and easy recipe. So what other soup recipes do you know?

  2. YUMYUM! I'll give this a try one night this week. Looks like my kind of recipe and Rick's kind of soup. Thanks, Glenda! Happy New Year!

  3. This sounds delicious! Thanks for the recipe! I am going to make this next week. Happy Birthday to your friend! I hope that you and your family have a Happy New Year.

  4. This looks great. Will try! I can't find an email button on your site and want to ask you something. Can you email me at NanaHood?

  5. I meant to tell you that we made this on New Year's Eve for company at Jen's house and it was enthusiastically received! Thanks for posting. :)

  6. I made this last week and it was great! Even I couldn't mess it up! It also made tons, so I've got lots put up in the freezer to get us through tax season:)



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