Fusion Chicken Corn Chowder

Sherry Peyton


East meets West, North meets South, and marry together in one amazing taste sensation. Or at least we liked it. Where corn, and orange peel, jalapenos and noodles kiss. And more. If you like this recipe see others at my site: htt://mybestcookbook.wordpress.com


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40 Min
1 Hr 30 Min


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4-6 slice
chicken thighs (or other chicken pieces)
1 large
leek, chopped
carrot, minced
ribs celery, diced
jalapenos, diced (with or without seeds)
3 clove
garlic, minced
2 tsp
thyme, dried (2 tbsp fresh)
1 tsp
1 tsp
3 c
chicken stock (i use unsalted)
2 slice
orange peel, minced (use a peeler or microplane)
3 c
corn, fresh, frozen or canned, 1/2 cup reserved
2/3 c
3 c
cooked noodles

How to Make Fusion Chicken Corn Chowder


  • 1Chop the bacon into pieces and place in a soup pot. Render fat and crisp. Place the thighs in the pan and brown on both sides. (I use thighs becaus the meat is easy to remove from the bone, and the dark meat is more flavorful.Use what you like.)
  • 2Remove the meat. Add the leeks, carrot, celery and jalapeno, and sweat until softened.
  • 3Add the herbs and spices, stock and orange. Add all but the 1/2 cup of corn. Return the thighs to the pot and simmer for about 45 minutes, until chicken is done.
  • 4Remove the chicken. I typically make my soups in the morning, so I leave the soup covered on the stove until about 30 minutes before eating.
  • 5When the chicken is cooled, take meat off the bone and chop. Use either an immersion blender or remove soup to a blender and puree until not quite smooth.Put the noodles on to cook, and then drain.
  • 6Add the cream, and stir,then return the chicken meat and the remaining half cup of corn. Add the noodles. Stir and heat until hot.

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