Thick and creamy, loaded with sweet corn, chunks of tender potatoes, carrots and crumbled, smoky bacon this Southwest Slow Cooker Corn Chowder gets a slight kick from a chipotle pepper and actually uses no cream!
) and then add the cornflour paste to the slowcooker and mix well. I mentioned recently about how much I am loving my slowcooker these days and I think one of my favourite things to cook in it is either pulled pork or shredded chicken, and I’m a sucker for anything with an Asian twist
It’s a beautifully rich and thick slowcooker wonder. (Oh, and I’ll discretely tell you that I’m currently in the middle of writing my 2nd healthy recipe eBook – for the SlowCooker but many more recipes can be found here while you wait). Then slice the sausages in to 2-3cm chunks and transfer them, the chicken and onions to a slowcooker
This can be done in the slowcooker, in a pan on the stove or in the oven the choice is yours, but I prefer to just chuck it in and leave it to do it’s thing for a few hours so I like to use the slowcooker
As you are bringing the broth to a boil, mix together the water and corn starch. If you would like to see my slowcooker hot chocolate recipe click on over here to take a look around Jessi's awesome blog
To make gravy with the juices, thicken with a paste of cornflour and a little cold water. One of the best things about using the slowcooker is that you can just leave it to work its magic while you go for a day out