Sep 12, 2012
Samantha Angela
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Fire Roasted Corn Chowder, again.

Fire Roasted Corn Chowder

I know, I know, I made this Fire Roasted Corn Chowder last year.

But it is SO good that I wanted to post about it again.

I made it on Saturday and as it was simmering I was hovering over the pot in anticipation and literally said to Matt, “I cannot wait to eat this soup!”

Such a phrase is generally only reserved for cakes and cookies, so the fact that it applies to this sweet corn soup loaded with smoky, roasted flavour is saying something.

And it’s still my favourite soup on the planet. I intend to keep making it until no more fresh corn is to be found.

For the recipe click here.

Fire Roasted Corn Chowder

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3 Comments

  • I never make soup but need to start. I’ve never had to experience a proper winter before (in Australia, the coldest it gets is 18 celcius!) so I need something to warm me up!

  • I have NO idea how I missed this recipe last time! But all I know is that I MUST make this ASAP!!!

  • I think you’re allowed to make this soup more than once a year ;) (I know you mean cooking it for your blog, but still). If I had this in my cooking repertoire, I would make it many times during the winter months because I love thick chowders! And now I can :)

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