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Corn Chowder (Gluten-Free)

4 to 5 ears corn
olive oil
mirepoix (leeks, onions, carrots, and celery)
basil
chicken stock
potatoes, diced
cream
smoked peppers

Cut corn off cob and dump into very hot olive oil. Cover

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and caramelize. Add veggies and stock. Puree half and return to pot. Add peppers and cream and simmer for 20 minutes. Add chicken or sausage to make a stew. Serves 4.

Source: California Culinary Academy Winter Soups and Stews 10-10-92.

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Angi Pratt
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10 Feb 2008 2:11:14 PM PDT
Be careful when making this! Frequently, store bought chicken stock has MSG in it which may contain gluten. Look for organic brands or use homemade

 
James Burns
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01 Mar 2008 12:02:57 PM PDT
I have not tried it. It sounds good to me and I will try this one day next week. I will let you guys know how I like it after fixing it for myself. I will save the left over to use it for other days for lunch or supper. Take care!

I have Celiac Disease. This is the first time I was diagnose for this disease 2 weeks ago and last Monday the 25th. I will try to get over this. It's hard and will work on accepting this disease I have. Keep sending more recipes to this newsletters so I can fix gluten-free meals here at my own apartment.




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