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August 9, 2012

Vegetable cheese chowder, from Salad in a Jar

Vegetable cheese chowder, from Salad in a Jar (on Soup Chick).

According to Paula of Salad in a Jar, this vegetable cheese chowder tastes best when you crumble fresh cornbread into it with both hands. Cheese and cornbread: how comforting does that sound? With a base of carrots and potatoes, I think you could add any vegetables to this soup. The recipe calls for American cheese; if you have grated Cheddar in your freezer, or a nice block of fontina, or any good melting cheese, you can substitute with confidence. Just don't forget the cornbread.

Get the recipe for Salad in a Jar's vegetable cheese chowder.

More on Soup Chick:
Cream of broccoli and cheese soup
Corn chowder with chipotle ccream
Estonian zucchini and smoked cheese soup, from Nami-Nami


Posted by: Carla at The Soupstache | August 10, 2012 at 10:11 AM

Oh boy! This looks really yummy! It's not lunch time yet, but I'm definitely getting hungry!

Posted by: Lydia | August 10, 2012 at 03:32 PM

Carla, it's always a risk to read food blogs with breakfast!

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