Yield: Yields about 5-1/2 cups.
Servings: 6 as a first course
When you’ve got fresh corn coming out of your ears, use them in this quick, satisfying soup, which uses the cobs to infuse even more corn flavor into the broth.
Use any extra bacon to make a fresh BLT Salad.
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I've been making this soup for years. It's one of my families favorite corn soup recipes as it's not laden with milk or cream. The fresh corn flavor really shines through. A good crusty bread and a salad is all you need for a delicious meal.
Excellent chowder. Light, fresh-tasting with a nice crunch from the fresh corn Only change I made is to add the bacon bits to the pot rather than per bowl.. Got rave reviews . Will make some for the freezer for sure while corn is still plentiful.
I used red potatoes and 1/4 cup of cream and it was excellent.
I've made this several times and we love it. My husband is not much into soups nor veggies but with this he can't get enough. We make enough to stock the freezer and have a taste of sunny weather when it gets colder. We can't wait for the corn season to come this year so we can make more!
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