BBQ Chicken, Red Bean and Corn Country Chowder

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  • on June 15, 2012

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    This is very good! I poached chicken breast in the barbecue sauce mixed with a couple cups of water to infuse those flavors, then chopped it up. Ended up using about 1.25 lb cooked chicken. Used 1/2 c of pinot grigio instead of beer since we don't have any in the house right now (horrors. I didn't have room in my pot to add the potatoes, probably because I used 5 ears of corn, a 20-oz can of kidney beans, and a 28-oz can of San Marzano tomatoes. That's OK, though, because I served it up with some dinner rolls; skipped the avocado and chips on top. Thanks for posting!

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  • on March 04, 2012

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    Great taste, this was good for my husband who loves BBQ and me (not so much but I love corn chowder. I was attracted to the recipe because I had most of the ingredients in the house. I used veg broth and russet potatoes because I didn't have chicken stock and gold potatoes and it was fine. I'd suggest adding more bacon if you're a bacon lover. Note on the prep time, chopping & measuring everything took longer than 10 mins for me - more like 20. But while it was cooking I was able to make another meal so that was great.

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