Yes, you can sub in regular potatoes (like russets or yukon golds). Nicole – the sky is the limit with a soup like this. This soups sounds delicious! We won't send you spam. Thanks for your recipes and blog. Thanks for another delicious recipe! © Copyright 2020 Meredith Corporation. Cassie – I’m glad you liked this soup. That’s enough for 9 side-dish sized servings or about 4-5 big bowls! If not, let’s pretend it’s rainy and cold and you’re in desperate need of something soul-warming. All of the things I love in one chowder! Please try again. Anonymous – sorry I didn’t get back with you before you made this, but I’m glad it worked out to add the cooked chicken to the soup. I love seeing all the goodness you are whipping up in your kitchens! Try sauteing carrots, celery and bell pepper with the onion! I used cooked chicken from a rotisserie chicken and just added it at the end. It’s our fall go to meal. Super yummy! This is an epic combo! There's so much unexpected flavor thanks to the combination of sage, leeks and sweet potatoes. I just made this soup for company tonight. Your email address will not be published. Add the broth, chicken and sweet potatoes. Puree sweet potatoes with an immersion blender until smooth, or whip with a hand held mixer. Nutrient information is not available for all ingredients. This is a lovely alternative to a white chili, as my kids don’t like beans. You should totally plan on snagging a bowl to take to work/school the next day and another to pair with a cheesy quesadilla for dinner. This amazing chicken corn chowder with sweet potatoes has been a family favorite for many years. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. But wow! Delicious! Add garlic, cumin, and oregano. The secret is in the sweet potatoes! I love your site – I think we are soul sisters because you have basically published all my favorite go-to recipes. Shannon – I love the pureed potato idea! This recipe can be made in under 30 minutes using leftover mashed sweet potatoes and cooked chicken, or in your crockpot using fresh chicken and potatoes! Would cheddar work as well? The servings though, definitely more than 4! Oh heavens, Mary, that’s a lot of pressure! Remove chicken from slow cooker. I put it in the crock pot on low (I think not getting it too hot kept it from separating or curdling)….it was exactly the same as the day I made it! I'm the girl, Kim, behind Kim's Cravings. Plan The Best Trip To Magnolia Market At The Silos, I just wanted to leave a review for one of your older recipes. I think my kids will just gobble it up!! kjtroxel – thank you for your comment (and for being a long-time reader!). Remove chicken from slow cooker. It is one of our favorites. Because as soon as word gets out that I’m making it again, two other households in my family expect a container of it to show up LOL! I don’t want to experiment, I just never have the jiffy mix on hand when I stumble upon this recipe looking for a soup to make for dinner. Gina – I’m glad you liked this. Unsubscribe at any time. Oh my goodness how delicious does this sound! Today is a raining day, so this is a great lunch recipe. Another winner Mel. Oh this looks so amazing! Plus, we’ll never turn down a slice of cornbread. I will definitely try this recipe at home. Chicken and Sweet Potato Chowder. We are putting the vital proteins bone broth on our shopping list. I love this recipe and so do my coworkers. I’m happily scarfing a leftover bowl of this Chicken Sweet Potato Taco Chowder while typing this, seriously! I told my husband and he was setting the table that there was no way the kids would eat it. I’m glad though, b/c it means yummy leftovers and one less night to cook in the week! ), I’d probably use a bit less than 1 cup cornmeal, 1 tablespoon sugar, 1 teaspoon baking powder and a bit of salt. I’m going to try this with butternut squash which I have on hand and see how it goes. PLUS, get weekly recipe updates straight to your inbox from Kim's Cravings.