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    Cream of Corn and Potato Soup


    Recipe Description
    This is my mom's recipe, and a huge favorite of mine. I usually make it when I have some fresh corn to get rid of, but you could use canned or frozen corn if you like!
    Preparation Steps:
    Dice onions, and celery. Cube potatoes. If you're using baking potatoes, you may want to peel them first. Remove kernels of corn from the cob if you are using fresh.
    Level of Difficulty:
    Beginner
    Time Needed:
    15 min prep, 1 hr cooking
    Ingredients:
    -About 1 and 1/4 pounds of potatoes. I use white or yukon gold. Chopped, but not peeled.
    - 2 ears of corn, or one can, or 1/2 bag frozen
    - 1 small onion, diced
    - 2 stalks celery, diced
    - 1/2 stick butter or margine (1/4 c)
    - 2 cups chicken broth
    - 1.4 cup flour
    - 1/4 c to 1/2 c of milk (depending on thickness of soup)
    -salt pepper and garlic powder
    Serves:
    6-8 servings
    Directions:
    In a pot or dutch oven melt butter and add onions and celery. Saute until soft. Add potatoes and flour. Toss until coated and starting to brown. Add fresh corn and cover with broth. (If you are using canned or frozen corn, do not add it yet.) Add salt pepper and garlic powder to taste. Cover and let cook on very low heat until potatoes are tender. Check it occasionally to make sure there is enough liquid, and to stir it. Once the potatoes are tender, the consistency should be a little thicker than soup. (If you are using canned or frozen corn add it now.) Add the milk a little bit at a time, until it reaches the desired consistency. Some may like their soup a little thicker than others! Cook a little longer until the soup is heated through. Serve with your choice of garnishes, sour cream, green onions, cheddar cheese, and bacon bits are some of my favorites!

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    Sounds good! And fattening, too! LOL

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    Is the 1.4 cup flour supposed to be 1/4 cup?

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    Yes! Thanks for noticing. Unfortunately I can't edit it, so hopefully people will see this comment!

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    This sounds really good and I think I can alter it a bit for my WW diet. Thanks.

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