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Be sure to read all the notes!
 
Date Added: June 2, 2005 Season:  
Category: Crockpot Prep. Method:  
Calories:   Dish Type: Soup / Chili
Serves: 0 Cuisine:  
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Ingredients:

1 pound boneless skinless chicken breasts -- cut into 1"
pieces
3/4 tsp. garlic pepper (see notes)
8 new potatoes -- cut into quarters
1 chopped onion
3 sliced carrots
2 tsp. dried dill weed
1 can corn -- (15 oz.) drained
2 cups chicken broth
1 cup half and half
3 Tbsp. cornstarch
Directions:
  1. Sprinkle chicken with garlic pepper and place in a 4-5 quart crockpot. Add remaining ingredients except half and half and cornstarch. Cover crockpot. Cook on LOW for 6-8 hours or until chicken is thoroughly cooked and vegetables are tender.

  2. In small jar, combine half and half and cornstarch and shake well until combined. Stir into the chowder and mix well until blended. Cover crockpot again and cook on HIGH for 30 minutes until thickened. 6 servings

  3. Gail's Notes - Gail made this May 2005. She used 2 good sized chicken breasts, garlic and pepper (can't find garlic pepper. She said she used about half a package of frozen corn (probably a 16 oz bag), and she had yukon rose potatoes, so she used those. She used fat free half and half. Said she had leftovers for two days afterwards.

  4. Stacy's Notes - Made this June 2005. Very easy and pretty good. I used 3 small boneless chicken breasts that I seasoned with garlic powder & pepper. Next time salt them too. I used about 8-10 new potatoes that I cut into 1/4's or 1/8's, diced onion, and diced baby carrots. I did use the full 2 teaspoons of dill, but next time use a little less dill and try another seasoning (it needed something, but I can't quite figure out what! Definitely needs salt). I used 2 cups of chicken broth made from sodium-free chicken bouillon (that's probably why mine needed salt so much!), half a 16 oz bag of frozen corn, and Land O Lakes fat-free half and half. I used the full 3 tablespoons of cornstarch, but that made it very thick, so maybe it's supposed to be 3 teaspoons. Try teaspoons next time, instead of tablespoons. This was good, and I would make it again. :)

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Added On: June 2, 2005
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