Black bean corn chowder recipe is the perfect fall soup. If you’re looking for an easy corn chowder recipe with bacon, this is the one! Great use for fresh corn or leftover corn cobs.
When I started blogging, I posted about a trillion recipes with black beans. Exaggeration? Yes… but I posted A LOT of black bean recipes and didn’t feel a pinch of guilt about it.
My love of black beans has been well documented here. One time, Mr. B and I went out to dinner with a group of friends to a Cuban restaurant. I ordered chiles rellenos with 2 sides of black beans and a bowl of black bean soup. My chiles got packed to go but I ate all of my black beans… and Mr. B’s side of black beans too. I’m obsessed.
I recognized my problem so didn’t let myself post a black bean recipe in June or July. August is halfway over… so it’s time for a new recipe with black beans.
Black Bean Corn Chowder
I was randomly looking for a recipe for corn chowder and decided that not only could I make my own, but I could make the best corn chowder recipe with black beans. Once you get all of your ingredients chopped up, this recipe is very easy.
You can use frozen corn if you are making this corn chowder recipe in the middle of winter or you can shuck some fresh corn if you are making it in August or September. This black bean corn chowder is also a great way to use up an ear or two of leftover grilled corn.
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