I needed to use some frozen corn, so I thought Chowder. I was a little skeptical of what I might get…But be amazed!
¼ cup cashews, soak for at least a half hour if you don’t’ have a high speed blender
½ cup water
1 T. apple cider vinegar
½ to 1 clove garlic, depending your taste
1 thin slice onion, again depending on your taste
Very small chunk jalapeno (I keep diced jalapenos in the freezer. I added a teeny tiny bit to this recipe, but you may add more, or omit, per your tastes).
1 cup corn
Put ingredients into blender and blend until smooth. Transfer ingredients to food processor and add:
1 cup corn
2 t. dried dill
½ cup sundried tomatoes
Water to blend to desired consistency. Start with a little water and add more until you get to what you want.
Process in food processor until blended by chunky. Eat immediately, or refrigerate overnight to take to work for lunch the next day.
I topped the chowder with raw croutons, avocado cubes, and nutritional yeast. Holy cats was this good! But it was equally good without the fancy toppings too. Use any or all if you are so inclined, or experiment with your topping ideas!