Ready in 20 minutes
"Leek = onion family. Used only white portions as another recipe suggested. Added bacon, omitted the butter and just used the bacon grease to work the vegetables. Used fat free half & half as someone else did. Soup turned out delicious, flavorful. Served with warmed french bread."- terik1972
439 people want to try | 553 have favorited
Top-ranked recipe named "Potato, Corn, and Leek Chowder"
Heat butter and oil in a large Dutch oven over medium heat. Addleek, celery, and bell pepper; cook 4 minutes or until vegetables are tender,stirring frequently. Combine milk and flour in a small bowl, stirring with awhisk.
Slowly add milk mixture to pan, stirring constantly. Stir in broth,corn, potato, salt, and freshly ground black pepper; bring to a boil. Reduceheat, and simmer 30 minutes or until potato is tender. Stir in parsley andchives.
Recipe By George Ross
Guest, you can Add a link to another recipe! What would you serve with this?
BigOven makes mealtime easy!
You may also enjoy:
AESG 1 weeks agoI used one can of creamed corn & one regular can. I topped with shredded cheddar cheese & bacon bits.
BDevild 1 year ago
sarahburrough 1 year agoI used a little less potato (1 1/2 lbs) and added about 1/2 tsp of chili powder. This recipe was REALLY good. My hubby had 3 dishes of it.
BoyceGirl 1 year agoVery Good! I used 1 leek & 1 small onion!
mariposafria 1 year agoI have made this multiple times and it never fails.
Szerenke 1 year agoLoved this! The onion/leek thing also confused me, I put in a couple leeks and an onion, and added bacon - so good. Thanks
mitchellthompson 1 year agoThe leek is missing from the ingredient list. Other than that, this is a new fav!
BaconATX 1 year agoObservation: leeks and onion are not interchangeable. If this is indeed a 'leek' chowder, leeks ought to be one of the ingredients.
Ninja057 1 year agoadded to list of favorites. first dish ive cooked out of 7 or so from Big Oven that ive tried and came out as expected. simple flavors but quality. Add some hot sauce, WINNER.
terik1972 1 year agoLeek = onion family. Used only white portions as another recipe suggested. Added bacon, omitted the butter and just used the bacon grease to work the vegetables. Used fat free half & half as someone else did. Soup turned out delicious, flavorful. Served with warmed french bread.
CherieB76 1 year agoThe soup was easy to make and very flavorful. I used Smart Balance Light instead of butter and used half skim milk with fat free half and half. My only question is - What constitutes a serving? 1 cup, 2 cups?
Ljean517 2 years agoThis was a great soup! I'd never made soup before, but I found this recipe easy to make. I wasn't sure about the leek/ onion situation since the recipe was a little unclear, so I just used one leek. It turned out really well
JessieEK 2 years agoOh. My. God. The onion in the recipe IS the leek, isn't it?? When making this I realized that the onion in the ingredient list is never used in the instructions, and had a small epiphany. The soup was delicious, and this recipe would feed an army, but it needs a general reorganization. Just so we know from the get go...
JessieEK 2 years agoI'll be yet another person to mention that there's no leek in the ingredient, but can anyone tell me what to DO with this assumed leek? I'm guessing slicing the white and light green parts into rings is the way to go, but would like to be sure...
Ultramum67 2 years agoThis was delicious!! Next time I might try it with diced bacon as well. Yummy recipe!
mariposa_fria 2 years agoalthough the ingredient list omitted the leek, I assumed at least one should be included. My husband thought it was magnificent!
081469081016 3 years ago
fetalhearts 4 years agoWhere are the leeks?
CamilleKc2 4 years agoTasted great!! Will definitely make it again! Side note: the recipe calls for leek... but it is not listed in the ingredients.
georgeross 5 years ago[I posted this recipe.]