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Old 12-28-2005, 09:44 AM   #1
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Zippy Corn Chowder

sorry for the caps- i typed this'n up before i knew about "shouting"
ZIPPY CORN CHOWDER

2 LB HOT SAUSAGE MEAT .............................................(#12)
5 CUPS BEEF STOCK (START WITH 3 CUPS) ..................(#5)
1 LARGE ONION, CHOPPED ..........................................(#10)
1 (16 OZ) CAN CREAMED CORN ................................(#9)
4 RED POTATOES, SLICED THIN OR DICED ...................(#4)
2 MED TURNIPS, DICED ................................................(# 3)
1 (16 OZ) CAN WHOLE KERNEL CORN WITH LIQUID .(#6)
(YOU CAN USE FROZEN)
1 ( ) CAN DICED TOMATOES WITH LIQUID (i use 2 cans, drain one) .................................................. ............................(#2)
2 TSP SALT .................................................. ..................(#7)
12 OZ LIGHT CREAM .................................................. ....(#1)
1 TSP BASIL .................................................. ................(#11)
1 TSP RED PEPPER ..........................................(NOT SHOWN)
1 TBL CHILI SAUCE (OPTIONAL) ....................................(#14)
2 TBL MINCED GARLIC .................................................. .(#13)
CRACKED BLACK PEPPER TO TASTE.................................(#8)


CRUMBLE SAUSAGE IN A SKILLET AND BROWN.
DRAIN OFF FAT
PUT SAUSAGE IN A DEEP PAN
ADD TWO TBL. OF THE FAT TO THE PAN AND ADD THE ONION TO THE SAUSAGE.
ADD POTATOES, TURNIPS, SALT, PEPPER, BASIL AND STOCK
COVER AND SIMMER 30 MINUTES
STIR IN THE TOMATOES.
STIR IN THE CREAMED CORN, LIQUID, CORN AND CREAM.
ADD MORE STOCK IF NEEDED
COVER AND HEAT ALMOST TO BOILING.

SERVE WITH ITALIAN BREAD




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Old 12-28-2005, 01:59 PM   #2
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Sounds very good, Lucky! I have some really hot Italian sausage we made from venison last year that that would be perfect for this chowder.
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Old 12-28-2005, 02:27 PM   #3
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lucky, we must have similar tastes - this sounds fantastic!
Thanks so much for posting,
and don't worry about the caps - we'll just say you were really excited about telling us your recipe!
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Old 01-11-2009, 11:31 AM   #4
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bumping this'n up too, 'cause I realized I had a picture of it in my files.........


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