This Slow Cooker Cheddar and Ale Chicken Chowder is so simple to make. The addition of the ale adds such a depth of flavour with the cheese and the chicken…so so good!
It’s soup week here on my blog! Yes a full week of delicious soup recipes!
I can’t wait to share with you all the different soups that we have been enjoying after the last while! (You might have gotten a sneak peak of them already on my Instagram feed.) The soups that I will be sharing are all simple to make and bursting with flavour! And to think I had myself convinced that I didn’t like soup…say wha?! I don’t know what I was thinking and missing out on for that matter, but I have learned that I do indeed love soup…they’re hearty and comforting and so delicious! There really is nothing like a hot bowl of soup with crusty bread on a cold day is there?
This first soup that I am serving up to you today is a Cheddar & Ale Chicken Chowder that you can make in the crockpot! Yes. My crock pot is my best friend this time of year. I love that I can put all the ingredients in one dish, turn it on and have dinner ready to go. It’s really such a relief after a busy day to know what we’re having for dinner…no last minute rushing around and stressing about what to serve. The best!
Anyway, this Cheddar & Ale Chicken Chowder is so simple to make…just a few minutes of prep, then all you have to do is sit back and wait for dinner. And what a dinner it is…we enjoyed this soup SO much! The addition of the ale to this soup totally makes this recipe. I really love recipes that have beer or wine in the ingredients, because they add so much flavour to dishes, especially soups. In this chowder, the ale adds such a depth of flavour with the cheese and the chicken…so so good! This soup is hearty as a meal in itself, but it would be extra delicious served with a Chicken Caesar Salad!Print
Recipe adapted from Epicurious
SO delicious! I really hope you try this soup…it is amazing!
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Have a delicious day!
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