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Raw corn chowder recipes are so good when you want that creamy, warm, cuddly feeling of a bowl of thick soup! You'll want to have at least three or four corn cobs on hand for this recipe.
  • Prep Time

    5 min
  • Total Time

    5 min
  • Suggested Servings

    1 serving
  • Yield

    1 serving
  • Shelf Life

    Eat immediately
  • Equipment

Ingredients

Nutrition Facts

Directions

  • 1. Peel your corn on the cob. Slice the kernels off the cob by holding the corn cob vertically and slicing down toward your cutting board. Be careful! (If you're using canned corn, make sure to rinse and drain the corn kernels. Pat dry with a clean tea towel.)
  • 2. Add all ingredients (except the second amount of corn and the pepper) into your high-speed blender. Blend on high until very smooth and well-blended. Blend for an abnormally long time because you want this raw corn chowder recipe to be slightly warm when coming out of the blender.
  • 3. Pour liquidy corn mixture into a bowl(s). Add remaining corn and stir with a spoon. Garnish with pepper and chopped cilantro (optional).
  • 4. Eat this raw corn chowder recipe immediately, while still warm from the blender!

The Rawtarian's Thoughts

By The Rawtarian

Raw corn chowder recipes are so good when you want that creamy, warm, cuddly feeling of a bowl of thick soup! And corn is so sweet that this is practically like a yummy, comforting sweet appetizer or entree. Mmm!

If you're using fresh corn for this raw corn chowder recipe you'll want to have at least three or four corn cobs on hand. (If you can'te get fresh corn, you can used well-drained, unsweetened canned corn if you must, but it's so much better (and raw) when using fresh, uncooked corn sliced off the cob!)

This raw corn chowder recipe makes enough for one large bowl for one person or two very small appetizer cups for two people.

Note: I normally add garlic to my raw soup recipes. However, do not add garlic to this raw corn chowder recipe because you want this soup to be quite sweet.

Nutrition Overview

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  • This recipe is very low in Carbohydrates.
  • This recipe is a good source of Protein, and Iron.
  • This recipe is a noteworthy source of Vitamin B6, and Vitamin K.

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Sorry, forgot to write, lemon very important!

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Thank you for this idea!

I made this without cashews and with garlic and onion... AMAZING. Seriously creamy and amazing.

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FYI, if you don't add the cashews then don't add the water, it becomes... too watery and the garlic and onion (should you choose to use them) become overwhelming.

In other words, I was so happy about this recipe that I made another batch and added water and didn't like it :(

Raw corn chowder, amazing.

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Very good! This was the first raw recipe I have ever tried and I was pleasantly surprised! Can't wait to try another recipe :)

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Glad you enjoyed the chowder, Julie! :)

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We've been enjoying this recipe for years :)

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Hi Karen,

So glad you've been enjoying the corn chowder. Perfect summer lunch!

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Great! I'll give the walnuts a try.

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Would love to know what you think :)

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Thought it would turn out brilliantly as I love corn and raw corn however this soup didn't rate well with me or my husband, which really surprised me as the celery version is so delicious!!! I don't know what we did wrong? I had a starchy weird not so tasty rawness flavour to it.

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Hi Angela, Interesting! I've made this with walnuts instead of cashews which might give it a heartier flavor? Something to try next time :)

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Loved this recipe. Quick and easy way to get raw food in and it tastes delicious. I made this for lunch today and prepping some more for a family taste test. Great recipe, keep up the good work!

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Hope the family taste test went well, Cat!

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I loved this soup and I made it tonight with 1 tsp of sweet curry powder and it was amazing!!

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Nice idea re: the curry powder Suzy! I'm going to have to try that one

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Tbartley2002's Review

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I made it exactly as the recipe states. Very good! I'm not a fan of cilantro but I liked it in this soup. (Thanks for the tip on rinsing the fresh corn! It would not have been as good if I skipped that step)

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So glad you enjoyed the soup!

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I am trying to include more raw foods in our diet and I am ever on the hunt for raw recipes. I tried this last evening. I don't why it tasted really bitter. I wish someone could tell me what I did wrong.

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Hmmmm corn not very sweet?

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Maybe...but when I ate just the corn it was so delicious. I thought the soup would turn out good...I will try to find an other way because we love corn.

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Hmmm. Let me mull this one over!

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Thank you for this idea!

I made this without cashews and with garlic and onion... AMAZING. Seriously creamy and amazing.

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FYI, if you don't add the cashews then don't add the water, it becomes... too watery and the garlic and onion (should you choose to use them) become overwhelming.

In other words, I was so happy about this recipe that I made another batch and added water and didn't like it :(

Raw corn chowder, amazing.

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Sorry, forgot to write, lemon very important!

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Love your tips Jessica!

It's comments like your that make this place a valuable resource for all, including me :)

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I'm trying this during the summer with cob corn from the local stand and a fresh jalapeño added :)

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Sounds delicious Stephanie!

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Hi! Imade this (not raw) with defrosted frozen corn kernels, since it is the middle of the winter here, and doubled the recipe. Absolutely fantastic! Will make it many more times. Fabulous. Thanks!

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So glad you liked it Eileen :)

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Erica,

Cila is her speedwriting for Cilantro

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Sorry about that Erica, I am lazy a little too often. Julie is right, it's cilantro. I have now edited the recipe to be more clear :)

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This soup was great! I loved it. Adding it to my favorites.

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Hi Tami, I am so glad that you did indeed enjoy the corn chowder :)

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How long will the raw corn soup keep in the refrigerator?

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This soup won't keep very long in the fridge. 24 hours tops.

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This is delicious. I made one serving but will have to make two the next time because hubby liked it too.

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I made this a few minutes ago and it's oh so delicious! This is a true comfort food. I made one change that is sub half of the water with almond milk for extra creaminess!

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#yum

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So, I am new to the whole raw food lifestyle. I just started a little over a week ago. This soup was AWESOME! I'm trying the creamy celery tonight. :)

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Glad you liked Crystal :)

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mmmm! I just made this! It's delicious!

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I love this one too Otillie

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TIP to make life easier. I grew up in Iowa where we put up a lot of sweet corn. Anytime you need to cut corn off the cob use your angel food cake pan. Put the ear of corn in the small opening and slice down. The pan catches the kernels and the creamy juices and your knife never hits a dulling surface.

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OMG THIS IS AN AWESOME TIP! You deserve a gold star :)

Thank you for sharing :)

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I just made this recipe today and it was delicious the amounts required were perfect ;) I would suggest in recipe writing that you mention unsalted or salted nuts, as not everyone would know that and if they made this with salted nuts it might come out too salty.

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Thank you Natalie, that is an excellent suggestion about unsalted nuts

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Hi, Laura! my vegetable guy sent me a ton of young corn today. I might as well use them for this recipe. I'll let you know how it goes. :)

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Great! I love vegetable guys, lol. Mine is nice too, but corn is not ready here yet. Soon though!

If you make it do let me know what you think :)

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Is there a substitute for cashews in your soup recipes ? Other than using avocado of course! Or do you have other soup recipes that taste delicious but don't use these two ingredients?

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Hi Michelle, in soups the purpose of using cashews or avocados is to give the soup a creamy texture. Those are the two main ways that I make savory raw soups that are creamy. Does anyone have any other suggestions for ways to make a soup creamy without those two additions?

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I simply blend the fresh or frozen (thawed under warm water) corn with water in the vitamix, add some fresh garlic, salt & pepper to taste, let it run until warm but still raw and add some left over corn to it. It is not as thick as with cashew or avocado, but definitely sweet & creamy. If you like it sweeter, add a dash of agave nectar or maple syrup or 2 or 3 dates or some raisins. Rosemary, thyme or some marjoram will give it a more Mediterranean taste.

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