A pot of Chicken Poblano Chowder and naked cookies………

I bet you saw the word naked and it caught your attention, didn’t it? Well, this is not that kind of blog! That’s a whole different kind of site! But don’t go there!!! Stay here….where there is soup on the stove cooking and the smell of freshly baked lemon sugar cookies fills the house.  So comforting.  We finally have some cooler weather with a little rain. Ahhhhhh, my favorite kind of weather. Daniel, I can see you rolling your eyes now. My friend Daniel HATES this weather. I love these drizzly, cloudy days. I love to bake in this kind of weather. I love to make soup in this kind of weather. I love to even take a short little nap…but no time for that. Too much to do. I have Halloween cookies to paint , mummy cake pops to make  and some caramel apples to make.

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Well, I do hope you make this chowder. It is delicious. I suggest a dollop of sour cream and some broken tortilla chips sprinkled on top!! Enjoy!!

chicken poblano chowder

Recipe for Chicken Poblano Chowder

2 cups boiled shredded chicken                                                                    1 small onion, diced
2 cloves garlic                                                                                                     1 handful chopped cilantro
1 fresh jalapeno minced                                                                                 2 large fresh poblano chiles, chopped 
3 cups chicken broth (I used the broth that I boiled the chicken in)
1 cup milk or half and half                                                                             2 large potatos, cut in chunks
1 cup canned or frozen corn                                                                         1/2 cup of your favorite salsa

Put everything into a pot except the potatoes. Cook for about 30 mnutes. add potatos…simmer for another 30 minutes or so. Or you can do this in a crockpot too, Slurp it up!!!! yum yum

Naked cookies waiting to be painted. Stay tuned tomorrow……..

naked cookies

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