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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old Dec 23rd, 2010, 3:59 am Thread Starter
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Bacon Chicken Corn Chowder

Warning! This chowder is REALLY really high in fat.


Bacon Chicken Corn Chowder

Preparation.
Can be made in a large, deep skillet or Dutch oven.

Bacon:
Fry 1 package until crispy, drain and hand crumble.
Set aside.

Chicken thighs:
6 thighs, de-bone, skin and cut up meat into small pieces.
Set aside.

Vegetables:
Dice 3 potatoes, 2 carrots, 2 celery stalks, and 1 medium onion.

Other ingredients:
2-3 cups Monterey cheese
2 cups half and half
3-5 tablespoons flour
1 cup frozen corn
4 tablespoons chopped garlic
Salt and pepper to taste

Cooking:
After frying bacon, save the bacon grease.
Fry chicken in this grease with garlic until medium browned.
Remove.

Next, fry all diced vegetables and corn in bacon grease until mostly done, stirring often.

Add flour until well incorporated. Stir frequently.
Add 1/4 cup water.
Add half and half slowly, it will make gravy with the flour. Stir frequently.
Add bacon and chicken. Stir.
Add Monterey cheese.
Add 12-16 oz. chicken stock

Simmer very low for 30 minutes stirring often.
Thicken with starch.




























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Oy.
Now I'm hungry again.



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Could a Mod change the title to "Bacon Chicken Corn Chowder"

That's what I was trying to type. When I must have hit submit.

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post #4 of 10 (permalink) Old Jan 2nd, 2011, 10:12 pm
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Looks good....lets see, plenty of testers here. Another 3 day soup.....!

Day first, polish the pot. That pink stuff works pretty good on motorcycles too, metals or plastics, water soluble, no MSDS, leaves no residues.





To be continued.....

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Holy cow does that look good! So much for eating heathy in the new year...

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Day 2......lets see, this one may have some K-Bike content.

05.00 AM.....ooops not that, would be bad for my reputation.



Ah....Better! Homemade Chicken Stock! Some of you will notice the K-Bike radiator, I was drying it out......darn them things were dirty. I ended up building my own "ultrasonic parts cleaner", detergent turned black in minutes, so I took it to work to finish it in the commercial dishwasher.....still had to spend an hour picking dirt out of it with a needle and blasting the rest out with our high pressure air hose. A couple light coats of epoxy paint, will be good as new. Never assume they are clean from what you can see from the outside, they have to be removed and inspected in front of a good light.



02.00 PM.....stock is ready. Time to strain it. First remove the big stuff and feed the garborator....and the crabs.





If you, like me,like to camp and sometimes don't bother with the fly on your tent on warm nights, you then probably have looked at the sky through what I use for filtering media....yes that is tent screen. Takes all them little bits out of stocks or juices that regular strainers don't. I also use that to strain and reuse the "juice" out of my parts washer.Very durable but I still have to go to the fabric store every few years to buy some.


Now....cool off the stock, as per HACCP, Ice bath.....good thing I fixed the Ice Machine, condenser was plugged with dust again.....darn I have cleaned a lot of fins this week.....!



Someone is wondering why I am taking pics of the sink, they'll find out tomorrow.


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Well, this just got intresting.

I LOVE the K-bike radiator

I can't tell you the number of bike patrs that have been in my over or sink or counter.

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He! Go post that recipe on ADVRider ( or is it there and I missed it ?) ,and maybe also give some input on that Beef Stock thread in JM there .......gotta go pick a few more little rocks out of the other rad ........or maybe do some over there.

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Wow!The food looks so yummy.i feel so hungry now.
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Well....this should be day 3 but we had a little too much of THAT recently, good thing I made the soup before, I may have had to tie up the pot. Also does not help with the antenna trying to point at the satellite.


There we go, 06.00 AM, ready to put together....after breakfast. But then I will tweak it a bit if there is any leftover bacon from breakfast, will go in there. But that will make it leaner, will correct that later.....!

Hum....09.30 they are looking for SOUP, sorry guys, getting there....!


15 Minutes later......A day without parsley is a day without


And there is my tester, Mr Tik, his first bowl of the day! Goog thing you bought a Burgman with the large engine I said to him.....! I won't post the reply, lets just say it looked like the ADV salute with a big smile.......but EH! keep feeding him soup gives me access to the tools/workshop.

I said I would correct the fat content......!


Jeez, hardly anything stuck to the pot, but I Pammed it first.......good thing because I wash all my own pots.....


And.....I did tweak it a little, can't help it.... just like working on my bike.


So, Mr Tik, I and the rest of the crew all agree.......Very Very Very good soup! It went very well in between "La petite salade d'Endives avec Fromage Bleu" and "Le Biftek New York avec Sauce de vin rouge robuste" , finished with "Gateau aux Framboises et Chocolat double".

I'll be making that again, that's for sure.

Thanks Shoganai !


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