Meat Lovers Corn Chowder Soup with Jimmy Dean Sausage #JDCrumbles

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Meat lovers Corn Chowder Soup Recipe
Feeds a family of 4 to 6 plus delicious leftovers
Prep Time: 20 min. Cook on low 4 to 6 hrs

1 to 2 cups Jimmy Dean Sausage Crumbles in original style
4 cans of cream corn
3 cups of whole milk
4 to 6 medium sized white potatoes
1/2 pound of thick-sliced bacon
1 medium sized onion
2 cloves of garlic
Pinch of Paprika, Salt, & Lots of Pepper

There is something about sausage that drives my meaty heart wild! The good folks at Jimmy Dean have given me the opportunity to create a creative dish using their NEW sausage crumbles. The Jimmy Dean sausage crumbles offer busy folks like you and me a convenient way to incorporate sausage into our culinary creations. The sausage crumbles are fully cooked, so you really just have to heat it up and you are ready to eat!

After much deliberation, I decided to use Jimmy Dean's sausage crumbles to put a creative twist on my mum-in-laws classic southern corn chowder soup by transforming it into a meat lovers meal! The weather is still pretty freezy and this is a hearty dish that will warm you right up. First, chop your thick sliced bacon into medium sized chunks and place into your skillet on med-high heat. Cook{or render} the bacon down. Second, chop your medium-sized onion into medium-sized chunks and place into the skillet. Third, wash and chop your potatoes into medium-sized chunks. By the time your potatoes hit the skillet, the bacon fat will have rendered down and your onions caramelized. The goal is to lightly brown the outsides of the potatoes. The slow cooking will take care of tenderizing the potatoes.

Grab a large pot and put the bacon, potato, and onion mix inside. Add the four cans of cream corn, milk, and seasonings. Last{but certainly not least} mix in your Jimmy Dean Sausage Crumbles! 1 cup for a mild sausage flavor to 2 cups for a strong sausage flavor. Cook 4 to 6 hours. Stirring occasionally. Keep on lowest heat setting. *The milk will scorch if allowed to get too hot with infrequent stirrings. The test of a good dish is going back for seconds, which my husband did. Enjoy!

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