Chicken Corn Chowder Soup Recipe

Chicken Corn Chowder Soup Recipe
This is my family’s all time favorite soup. I make it about twice a month during the winter months and there’s never a spoonful left. It’s also very easy to make that’s all the more reason to call it a favorite. The recipe calls for 2 different kinds of cheese, one being pepperjack. The soup will not be spicy hot using it so make sure the one cheese you always use is pepperjack, you can substitute the other flavor if you like but make sure and keep the pepper jack. 

I always make enough to pack in my son’s lunch the next day. I looked for quite a while to find a thermos that keeps things piping hot and this what I picked, Thermos Stainless King 24 oz Food Jar (I love the wide mouth and simple design, and it’s dishwasher safe). Most thermos’ don’t hold enough food for a man but this one is big and holds a man size portion of soup. I run hot water into the thermos and put the lid on while I’m heating the food that will go into it. This warms up the thermos and doesn’t cool the food at all once it’s placed inside. 

I get up at 6 and pack the lunch and when the thermos is returned at 5 that evening, if there’s any contents left, they are still just as hot as when I put them in. My son even commented and said Damn that keeps food hot. I don’t know about you, but if I want hot soup for lunch I want it hot, hot, hot, not lukewarm. So far I am very happy with the purchase. I liked them so well I ended up getting 4, they work great for putting grilled hot dogs in one and homemade mac & cheese in the other. 

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Chicken Corn Chowder Soup
Yields 12
Chicken Corn Chowder Soup
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  1. 1 Rotisserie Chicken
  2. 1 large Sweet Onion diced
  3. 1 large Sweet Pepper diced
  4. 1 12oz. Bag Frozen Corn
  5. 8 oz. Block Pepper Jack Cheese
  6. 8 oz. Block Monterey Jack Cheese
  7. 1 tsp Olive Oil
  8. 2 tsp. butter
  9. 1/8 C Flour
  10. Salt
  11. Pepper
  12. Chicken Stock (amount depends on how thick you like your soup)
  1. Pick the meat off a Rotisserie Chicken, dice and set aside. Place Chicken carcass in a 5.5 quart stock pot and cover with water. Boil and reduce heat to simmer for one hour. Drain Stock from the pan and keep to use in the soup. Once the Stock is removed from the pan add Butter and Olive Oil, heat on medium, once the butter is melted add the Onion and Sweet Pepper, Saute until tender. Add Salt and Pepper. Add Flour until it thickens. Add 3 Cups of the reserved stock, diced Chicken and bag of Corn. Stir until soup thickens. Shred both blocks of cheese and add to the soup, also add enough stock until the soup reaches the desired thickness. Heat until cheese is melted and corn is warmed all the way through. Serve.
  1. We like our soup thick so this recipe will fill 3/4 of a 5.5 quart stock pan for me.
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    1. Carol, we do too. I make a pot of some soup every week and I make the leftovers my lunch for a few day.

  1. Nancy Blue Moon says:

    There is nothing like soup in the cold of Wintertime..

  2. I have been following about 10 blogs for over a year. I finally decided to try a recipe from one of the blogs and it was your corn chowder. Oh my goodness it was so delicious. I will definitely be making this again. We ate every bite. Thanks for sharing.

    1. Nancy, so glad you picked the recipe to try. It is delicious 🙂

  3. This soup looks delicious. I am currently cooking Randall Beans with pork hock soup!! I would love to find this thermos also for my son….Did you find it here in Mich? Thanks, Dawn

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