As a Cook , I am always looking for simple , cheap and amazing recipes to make . I am always trying different flavor combinations on chicken. We have A LOT of chicken . One of my challenges is to always venture outside on the traditional dishes and make it into something different.
I was posed with the challenge of making an entire soup on a grill. I knew the Jacked Chicken Grilled Cheese I make is amazing. So I set about making an amazing soup. With a few adjustments to this recipe and a little prep time in your oven, this is a crock pot ease recipe. Perfect to serve at any gathering, Remember You Can Cook, I promise!
3 Boneless Skinless Chicken Breasts, 4 Medium Red Peppers, 3 medium Sweet Onions, 1 bag Frozen Corn, 1 taco pack mix, salt , pepper steak seasoning, minced dry onions, olive oil, and 2 cartons of chicken stock.
Place your Chicken Breast whole into a Sealable Bag and cover them in the taco seasoning , salt , pepper, and minced dry onions ( 2 TBSP). Shake them hard covering entirely. Remove and place on a cookie sheet. Pepper and Onion prep are next. Rough cut the peppers and onions place them in a casserole dish with salt, pepper , steak seasoning, and drizzle with olive oil. When I say drizzle don’t make them swim, rather a nice coating will do. Finally entire bag of corn into the oven casserole dish. Salt and Pepper drizzle with Olive oil. Place all of these items into a 370 degree oven for 30 minutes.
After all your ingredients have roasted, remove the corn and the chicken. While you increase the temperature on the peppers and onions to make them crisp. Lets bump that oven to 400 degrees for 10 minutes. Now get your stock pot ready to make the magic happen . Cut your Chicken into 1/4 inch chunks and place them in the pot with at least 2 TBSP of the olive oil. Then add your roasted corn. Let these two mingle until you hear a sizzle. This is the time to add your peppers and onions. This is a rustic soup , tiny bite size pieces are not needed. If you are going to use the crock pot this is the time to transfer .To finish add the stock! The longer you cook the chowder , low and slow, the better it will be. There you go , You made my award winning First Place Jacked Chicken Chowder! Be sure to top yours with a generous grating of Pepper Jack Cheese to make the perfect cold weather Chowder! See………..You can Cook , I Promise!