Potato Corn Chowder Recipe
March 31, 2021
Easter leftover potato corn chowder

Potato Corn Chowder Recipe for Easter Leftovers

A potato corn chowder recipe perfect for your Easter leftovers! I love holidays and the special dinners that go along with them but I don't always love the same leftover food for weeks. This chowder is a perfect way to use us those scalloped potatoes, corn, ham, turkey, or salmon. Whatever your Easter menu entails. Or Thanksgiving, or even Christmas.

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EASY Potato Chowder Recipe

Leftover scalloped potatoes for soup

If you start with food that's ALREADY made you're in for an easy chowder for dinner! If you don't have leftover scallop potatoes you can use sliced baked potatoes, cream, and cheese to create the chowder base.

Start with the potatoes and milk. I use 2% but if you'd like a creamier version you could use whole milk, or you can sub chicken broth for a thinner version.

Add the Corn

Adding corn to pot of chowder

Next, you'll add the corn. You can use a can of corn, corn cut off the cob, or leftover corn casserole.

Chicken, Turkey, Ham, or Salmon Chowder

Adding chicken to pot of chowder

Use your leftover protein to add to the chowder to make it a meal. Ham, turkey, chicken, and salmon all work great in this chowder. Salmon chowder and Chicken Potato Corn Chowder both make a great after-the-holiday dinner.

Serve Your Chowder With Bread

Easter leftover potato corn chowder

Spice up your hearty soup with rosemary and seasoning salt. Top it with some shredded sharp cheddar and serve with my favorite Irish Soda bread. It makes for such an easy dinner and after a busy holiday that's a welcome reprieve in the kitchen!

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Easter leftover potato corn chowder

Potato Corn Chowder

A hearty chowder from your favorite holiday leftovers. Turn your scalloped potatoes, ham, turkey, or salmon into a delicious dinner.
Prep Time10 mins
Cook Time15 mins
Course: Soup
Cuisine: American
Keyword: chowder, corn, ham, leftovers, potato, salmon, turkey
Servings: 8 bowls

Ingredients

  • 2-3 cups Leftover scalloped potatoes
  • 3 cups 2% milk or chicken stock
  • 1 can Corn
  • 1-2 cups Leftover protein of choice: ham, chicken, turkey, or salmon
  • 1 tsp Rosemary
  • Seasoning salt to taste

Instructions

  • Add potatoes, milk, corn, and cubed meat to a pot
  • Let simmer til warmed through
  • Add spices as desired
  • Top with shredded sharp cheddar cheese and serve with fresh soda bread

Notes

If you start with food that's ALREADY made you're in for an easy chowder for dinner! If you don't have leftover scallop potatoes you can use sliced baked potatoes, cream, and cheese to create the chowder base.
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