• Team Blue Regular Contributors Traeger Power User Veteran Sous Vide Canning

    Easy recipe
    4 strips bacon, diced 1/4" pieces
    2 carrot peeled and fine diced
    2 sticks of celery diced fine
    1/2 Large sweet onion diced fine
    3 large potatoes diced into 1/4" pieces, Yukon golds is what I use
    3 cups frozen corn
    3 tbsp flour
    1/2 tsp butter
    4 cups Chicken Stock
    Salt and Pepper to Taste
    1 tbsp Dill Weed
    1 can Condensed milk or 1 cup of Heavy Cream
    Brown the bacon to less than crisp and remove leaving the grease, add all the vegetables, butter and dill, except the potatoes. Cook them till they just start to soften, add the potatoes and Chicken broth, bring to a boil and then simmer for about 45 minutes. While you are waiting, take your flour and bacon and mix them together, fully coat the bacon. This will make you thickening agent. After you have simmered for 45 minutes add the Condensed milk or Cream, turn up the heat, add the bacon flour mix and get to a boil and then back it down to a simmer again to thicken. Check for salt level, add your pepper. You can add, red and green bell peppers to it also, or green chilli for a different taste. Enjoy

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