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Corn chowder

British pronunciation/kˈɔːn tʃˈaʊdə/
American pronunciation/kˈɔːɹn tʃˈaʊdɚ/
Corn chowder

a thick and creamy soup typically made with corn, potatoes, onions, and broth, often with the addition of bacon or ham for extra flavor

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What is "corn chowder"?

Corn chowder is a comforting and hearty soup that is popular in North American cuisine. The soup is typically made with fresh or canned corn, potatoes, onions, and broth, which are simmered together until the vegetables are tender. Some recipes also call for the addition of bacon or ham, which adds a smoky and savory flavor to the soup. The chowder is thickened with cream or milk, which gives it a rich and creamy texture. Corn chowder is often served hot and garnished with chopped herbs or crumbled bacon. It is a filling and satisfying dish that is perfect for cooler months and is a staple in many American households.

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