Friday, October 26, 2012

Slow Cooker Sassy Sweet Potato Chowder Recipe from Everyday Southwest

This Sassy Slow Cooker Sweet Potato Chowder has a bit of spice and some Southwestern Flavors.

Slow Cooker Sassy Sweet Potato Chowder Recipe from Everyday Southwest found on
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(For Friday Favorites we spotlight past recipes that you may have missed, and this Sassy Sweet Potato Chowder from Everyday Southwest just screams fall.  Keep this one in mind when stores start having specials on sweet potatoes, often called yams in American grocery stores.)
 I love all kinds of savory dishes with sweet potatoes, so it's no surprise that this Sassy Sweet Potato Chowder from Everyday Southwest would catch my eye.  The soup is seasoned with Chipotles, cumin, garlic, paprika, and onion, and the finished soup is garnished with roasted sweet potato cubes.

Get the complete recipe for Sassy Sweet Potato Chowder from Everyday Southwest.

More Ideas with Sweet Potatoes in the Slow Cooker:
Chicken with Sweet Potatoes from Chick in the kitchen
Spicy Sweet Potatoes from Kalyn's Kitchen
Sweet Potato and Black Bean Burritos with Lime from Kalyn's Kitchen
Sweet Potatoes Baked in the Slow Cooker from A Veggie Venture


  1. I made this when you posted it previously -- highly recommend it!

  2. This sounds wonderful - I have some sweet potatoes sitting on my counter and been trying to think of what to make with them. With high marks from Lydia - I know it must be a winner! The toppings look like fun too.

  3. Thanks Jeanette. It sounds great to me too!


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