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10.08.2008

Tri-pepper Chicken Veggie Chowder


It's getting a little more chilly and rainy here as fall finally dons her hat, so I thought I'd share my excuse for a soup that is really chunky chili stew for the occasion. We made this soup awhile ago actually, but I'm behind on blogging here at Cindalou's due to much excitement and distraction in the "real" world. The bank bailouts and election coverage in the media are more intriguing than pepper stew, but they certainly lack the Vitamins A and C and healing capsaicin that the peppers pack. Capsicum is a collection of compounds found in chili peppers with amazing pain-reducing abilities when taking both internally and externally (with caution). There has been recent hype concerning the age-old capsicum and cayenne, also a source of the compounds, for use in arthritis creams and other topical aches and pains. Other benefits of capsicum include better digestion, ulcer treatment, a slight metabolism boost for weight loss, and some gentle pain relief. Personally, I'd rather eat a spicy stew than take a pill or use an external cream, though Jon swears the stew is what causes his pain ("mouth fire") :)

Late summer brings us the last of the pepper harvest around here, so drag out your slowcooker and stuff it full of some hot peppers and seasonal fall produce, or sit back to watch the fireworks on CNN. Hey, as bad as your lips and tongue sting at the spice (which is actually releasing aspirin-like compounds called salycilates and endorphins inside your body during digestion to relieve the pain), that spice is not as bad as the rhetoric on the economy. (Oh, and the white pepper innards hold the spice, not the seeds, so watch out!) Don't blame me for loving spice: I'm related to the Scovilles, though not the namesake of the Scoville pepper rating scale.


photo courtesy of squidoo hot sauce blog

3 large organic carrots
4 jalapeños, whole
1 habanero, whole (optional)
1 fresh, large, green banana pepper
1 red cherry pepper
1/2 green wax pepper
6 cloves fresh garlic
4 large whole thawed boneless skinless chicken breasts (about 1.5 lbs)
2 ears fresh corn, sliced off ear OR 2/3 lb. frozen corn kernels
2-3 sundried tomatoes
1/2 can large black olives, drained
1 28 oz can organic crushed tomatoes
1 large onion
2 c. low sodium gluten free chicken broth (We use Imagine*)
~12 c. water (enough to cover the chicken breasts in your slow cooker, we have a large Crockpot)
~1/4 c. extra virgin olive oil (to taste)
1 7 oz. can fire roasted diced green chilies

Seasonings:
rosemary
garlic powder
sea salt and pepper
dash cayenne pepper (optional but highly recommended for optimal health whallop)
dash crushed red pepper flakes
parsley

Optional add ins (if you have on hand):
1/2 bag (5 oz) of fresh, washed organic baby spinach or other dark greens
2 stalks organic celery, washed

First, wash and pat dry all of the peppers, celery, and greens. I minced about half the garlic and reserved the rest of the whole cloves for the soup. Slice the peppers (wear a glove if you're sensitive to the oil) to your liking and set aside. I finely chopped my jalapeños, but roughly sliced the longer wax and banana peppers and quartered the cherry peppers. The habanero I leave whole in the soup for the "winner" (around here, that's me since Jon's terrified of it). If you do choose to chop up the habanero, be aware that your soup spice level will go through the roof as the oils disperse in the broth. Don't fret about all the different varieties of peppers, substitute ones you like. Note that sweet bell peppers will not have the capasicin-loaded benefits, but they are still excellent sources of Vitamin C (especially eaten raw).

Drizzle the olive oil into the slowercooker and place the washed chicken breasts in the bottom of the slowcooker. I chose to slice the corn off the cob and add the kernels directly to the Crockpot. Chop the carrots and celery and add to the pot as well. If you're adding any heavy greens like mustards or kale, chop and add them now as well. Either add whole sundried tomatoes, or chop them with kitchen shears and add to the pot. Add in all of your seasonings, broth, and water.

If you're using a Crockpot, make sure your's is large enough for all of the liquid. Cook the soup on high for 2-3 hours or on low for 5-7 hours - whichever timing fits your schedule best. Serve hot with a garnish of avocado wedges and a squeeze of lime. If you have fresh basil available, some chopped basil would be wonderful sprinkled on top right before serving.

* Imagine broths and soups are kosher, gluten and dairy free (depending on type). They are also non-GMO (not genetically modified). I buy the low sodium versions of the vegetable and free-range chicken broths.

A Brief (Incomplete) Synopsis of capsicum benefits:
  • pain-reliever for aliments such as arthritis and shingles
  • metabolism booster for weight loss
  • aids indigestion and helps heal the inner mucosal membranes in digestive track
  • kills bacteria in the stomach which can cause ulcers
  • helps lower blood cholesterol and triglycerides
  • can help kill cancer: studies show it can induce apoptosis (death) of cancer cells in the prostate, lungs, gastrointestinal track, and leukemic cancers among others
A neat summary of peppers on the How
Stuff Works website


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288 comments:

  1. Ergh, this election is making me want to tear my hair out! I'd much rather be eating your soup than listen to even one more talking head. :)

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  2. that looks really yummy. Soup is the best part of colder weather!

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  3. Wow! I could use up all the last of my garden produce in this soup! I'd have to throw in a couple of carrots, just because I have some. I grew sorghum this year. I wonder if I could cook it up fresh, like corn. Sounds like another science fair project in my kitchen!

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  4. Elizabeth, some of your leftover green chicken would go great in here ;) yes, please no more yapping puppets on the radio, tv (glad we don't own one), or in the papers. Elections do bring out the best satire for SNL, though.

    Cheryl, you're right about the weather and soup. Everyone's sniffling at fall allergies and the damp cold weather here just makes me want to thank the inventors of the holy crockpot!

    Kay, from what I've seen your garden would make a plentiful delicious soup! I haven't got around to canning my veggies but I want to learn how. One of these days I'll be asking you for canning wisdom from the goddess :) Let me know about the sorghum- your pictures look great. I've never grown it, but heck if you have a lot you might as well cook it, right? I can't wait to hear how that goes, so post it if/when you do.

    Thanks all, now back to the slurping and musings on why the political & presidential debates all seem to come on late at night. I can't start listening to debates without raising my blood pressure (better have some more magnesium-rich greens in the soup), and 9pm is too late for that drama :) Mmm, peppery love is apolitical, thank the heavens!
    Cindalou

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  5. YOu really have a nice recipe blog here. This chowder recipe looks really delicious. Might try this one when I get back home. God bless...

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  6. Cindy — wow, does this stew look good! Spicy good, which I love. It's cold and dreary here in Colorado, so your recipe looks like a nice warm treat. I'll have to try that in the crockpot tomorrow. Black olives? Yum, great idea. And as always, I love all the nutrition information. That little Scoville poster was fun to look at as well. Nice post!
    Melissa
    xo

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  7. You don't own a tv?!! I have one every 10 feet throughout my home. When I moved to this house with a jacuzzi tub, I even put a tv in the bathroom. It provides a good excuse to soak in the tub for a whole hour, while watching a favorite show.

    Kay

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  8. Wow, great recipe and excellent tips. This soup look so yummy, that i will have to make it asap :). And i can imagine how healthy it is. Thanks for sharing, i adore this kind of soups.

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  9. Hi Cindy
    I was just thinking about you and come by and see that awesome picture.
    Stop by Santa is on my blog for real :)
    Thanks Hope all is well
    Peace

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  10. I'm not really paying attention to all the brou-ha-ha going on out there. I much prefer reading interesting, funny and tasty blogs like yours.

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  11. Hi Cindy,
    I've tagged you as one of my favorite "excellent" blogs
    http://www.gfgoodness.com/2008/10/22/excellent-blogs/

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  12. Cindy this is amazing, it looks so tasty.

    My hubby is so into chillies by the way. :-)

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  13. Hey, I am glad to see those pepper thrown in there, especially that Habanero!!! I am a fan of the hot stuff as well! Not to mention that picture just looks delicious!

    In addition to your list of benefits . . . I have also heard that Capsaicin can be used for alcoholics. Putting capsaicin into a straight shot of alcohol (of their favorite choice) will send messages to their brain of non-pleasure, and will help them recover from abuse. Seems to make sense to me . . .

    Anyways, great recipe, I am going to go wipe the drool off of my face now . . . :)

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  14. Great recipe. I would like to add that Capsicum is also useful in the treatment of chronic rhinitis.

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  15. Hey Cindy — I know I already commented here and have even made my own version of your zippy chowder, but I'm wondering how you are. Or where you are?! I hope all is well in your astrophysicist's parallel universe. Just checking in on you. :-)
    Melissa

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  16. That looks really yummy; but don't think it is spicy hot, coz only pepper is used. If people like me who want it to be really hot, you can add some chilly powder.

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  17. Lia- Great point for peppering the drinkers :) Kudzu is also good for alcoholics- apparently if taken before or with a drink it will cause ill effects which discourage drinking (yes, that awful ivy which has taken over my parent's yard and even choked a mailbox post to death. Same vine!). Weird, huh? But hot sauce in a drink would probably only make me want to drink it... but then again I'm not a big drinker, let alone an alcoholic, hehe.

    Melissa- Yes, peppers! And I'm not dead, just doing physics stuff which detracts from the blogging :( I'm so glad you made the soup! I laughed my head off when you re-commented saying you made it. Nice follow up, but be honest- I know you threw in some extra peppers and some beets :) or collards... I love your beets and greens post! I am a southern girl (sorta), so how can I not appreciate collards?

    Dr. Mercola- thanks for the tip, though I know you have a whole plethora of health info on your own site! I'll be sure to add that to my list of remedies. I am sure folks will shake on some hot sauce once they get the wintertime sniffles and colds :) I wish it were that easy to get Jon with all his sniffling to not run from the peppers!

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  18. I couldn't control my temptation to try this dish. I love the footer note of capsicum benefits.

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  19. I for one, love soup's, especially chowder! In fact, today I had a lightly chicken noodle soup, it was from a can though. Progresso can soup, to be exact! It's alot of work... but I need to make this recipe! Judging by the photo, it looks amazing!

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  20. This looks really delicious, though I may try to thicken it up a bit when I make it. Thanks for the great recipe!

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  21. that look delicious... I'm definitely going to try that... thanks for sharing

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  22. Thanks for sharing. My sister (the cook in our family, for I am a mere eater)saw this too and is very excited to try this.

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  23. Another great reason to eat hot peppers-especially jalapenos is that they contain ten times the amount of vitamin C as an orange. And I tell you, that soup looks so good and warming and healthy.

    jh
    http://www.bodaweightloss.com

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  24. Looks and sounds absolutely delicious! I've been using the Specific Carbohydrate Diet for my Crohn's for the last two years or so and this recipe is almost completely SCD-legal (the corn and the chicken broth are the only two items that don't fly, but I can use homemade broth to replace it). I'm going to try this out, I'll let you know how it goes! Thanks for the great recipe.

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  25. Hi Cindy,
    We will be considering this recipe/menu on our wedding packages. Im sure it can add more value on our foods. I love this post.

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  26. Hi Thanks for sharing this absolutely delicious and healthy recipe. I know this recipe is good to serve in a family gathering which everybody would definitely love it. Anyway, I will be back here after trying your recipe for my friends and co-worker.

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  27. wow.. the photo of this dish make my tummy hungry! Thanks for sharing this detailed recipe.

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  28. I can't say enough about a gluten free diet...it has done wonders for my acne and digestive system...hate to say it but I'm getting old so I try to get all the help I can get.

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  29. Wow, this soup looks so delicious. The picture is awesome. It's doesn't seems to hard to make. I'll try it for sure.

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  30. I think I'll have to substitute with just bell peppers... I come from the Wussy Tribe and we can't handle spiciness to save our lives! LOL!

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  31. Yummy! that looks very good, especially on cold, rainy days. Hopefully I can convince the wifey to make it for me :D

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  32. That stuff looks wonderful! I bet it would work well with other types of meat too...

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  33. That soup looks really tasty but I don't think I'll be able to handle all of that spice. The soup is going to be hot already, and adding all of those peppers will probably cause a volcano to form in my mouth!

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  34. Thanks for providing the recipe in details. I will definitely try it out at home.

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  35. Thanks Cindy,
    For sharing such a yummy and delicious dish with us.I want to give it a try as its nutritious too.

    Cathy

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  36. I've been using the Specific Carbohydrate Diet for my Crohn's for the last two years or so and this recipe is almost completely SCD-legal (the corn and the chicken broth are the only two items that don't fly, but I can use homemade broth to replace it). hormone therapy is good for human body.

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  37. hmmmm yummy...looks very spicy, but it will be my favorite. Thanks for the receipt I will ask my wife to make it...Thanks again.

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  38. It looks delicious!
    I like the presentation!
    And the instructions are easy to follow!
    Thank you for sharing!

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  39. wow that looks great!!! I'm have to try that at home.. I'm a bookmark this right away..

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  40. I tried this dish today and it was delicious.

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  41. I love soup, especially chicken soup. Every day I eat at least one soup plate because it is very healthy for the functioning of our body. Thanks for the recipe and instructions for making soup. I will surprise my husband tonight.

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  42. Soup looks yummy. I will try it and share my experience for other users soon.

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  43. Wow, that recipe really looks yummy and tempting! I'm hungry now after reading your blog. I think I'll add this one to my recipe book. I'm sure my wife would be impressed if I'll cook this one for her on our wedding anniversary next week. Thanks for the post. Love reading it.

    Cheers,
    Andy

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  44. I can't wait to try this out! I can give my wife a real good surprise with this one!

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  45. Thank you for such amazing information....your recipes are really good....!!

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  46. Going to give this a try at the weekend (well, get my girlfriend to make it!). Might have to get a bigger pot however. Thanks

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  47. WOW My family loves food with chillies. I will try this recipe by tomorrow. I can't wait to cook!

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  48. This is one of the recipe i will to make...though i love to make healthy dishes specially if i am making with the use of chicken......

    Gluten free recipe will be the best source of all the essential supplements.....

    Thanks for the recipe....I will definitely going to try this out at home....

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  49. That's really making me hungry! Sounds like a delicious recipe. Yumm yumm :)

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  50. That looks stunning, and easy to make as well!

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  51. I never realised quite how good capsicum was for you, sounds delicious and pretty cheap to make - im off to the supermarket tonight - will let you know how it goes!

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  52. Thank looks absolutly delicious im going to try and make it tomorow night will let you know how it goes

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  53. Looks great! I will definitely try this. :)

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  54. That looks yummy - I bet it's quite firey!!

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  55. I like our shared recipe and i must try it at my home. I found it tasty then i Must add it in my Healthy Diet Plan. Thanks for sharing such blog :)

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  56. good receipt..
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  57. I didnt realise that individual vegetables could have so much benefit - for example red peppers can be helpful in digestion - thanks for bringing this to my attention, will do some more research in the future!

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  58. This chowder looks really yummy. Will have to make it and see what my thinks.

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  59. This recipe looks absolutely delicious. I am going to make this soup over the weekend (I am planning to bring some friends over for dinner). I hope they love it. Thanks :)

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  60. These look like some really great fun felt recipes. I could sure use these when I stay in to eat.

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  61. It reallylooks like very delicious. I will save this recipe

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  62. With winter not far away i have listed this as a must as soon as the weather becomes colder!

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  63. Hummm, Good recipe and delicious food.

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  64. This chowder looks really appetizing. I will keep this recipe. ( www.unclepayday.com )

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  65. Your recipes always excite me! I'm going to be trying this out tonight! Thanks again Cindy

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  66. Cindy looks like an absolutley delicious recipe. I have always loved a good chick soup!

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  67. It was hard searching by me for this post but when I got it, it is Informative to me. It looks most discussable topic now so that point of view incredible.

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  68. Get to know lot's of artifact which were unbeknownst to me. It's truly one of the most facilitative article I get ever read.

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  69. I haven't eaten breakfast or lunch yet, but this chowder looks so delicious. I'm sure it would look good no matter what, but I am especially hungry right now. I will pass this post to my wife and ask her to prepare this for me.

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  70. hmmmmm... yamm yammm... i love chicken soup...

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  71. OMG finally something good for us vegitarians! I am so going to make this Tri-Pepper soup! Thanks so much for these recipes!

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  72. this dish looks very spicy, here in pakistan chicken is popular. might anybody cook dishes like this for me.

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  73. By having a look at the picture you aattached it seems very delicious. Thanks for sharing the method and the benifits.

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  74. Just wanted to say that this recipe is simply awesome! Quite the best food I have tasted in many years, and I cooked it! Go easy on the Chilli :)

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  75. That looks delicious! Thanks for posting the recipe, Cindy. I need to talk my wife into cooking it :-).

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  76. WOW! Nice and charming recipe i really enjoy your post and definitely i will recommend your recipe to all my students.

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  77. It's getting a little more chilly and rainy here as fall finally dons her hat, so I thought I'd share my excuse for a soup that is really chunky chili stew for the occasion. We made this soup awhile ago actually, but I'm behind on blogging here at Cindalou's due to much excitement and distraction in the "real" world.

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  78. whoooow it looks delicius.
    i´ll try it for dinner..

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  79. What a blog of great healthy and delicious recipes. I cant stop myself to say it is awesome
    I bookmark it to try these recipes.
    Thank you for this wonderful collection of recipes.

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  80. Yummy! I'm going to add chicken-less chick strips to mine!

    By the way, I love that chart of the peppers, I was always curious of their exact rankings.

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  81. You have written a very good article. I totally agree with everything I read.

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  82. That Looks totally awesome, especially vegies with chicken. Awesome meal indeed, thanks for sharing your ingredients here.

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  83. Nice Dish !! well, as a vegetrian my self, i would never any from of chicken no-matter how vaggie it, may be, however we do't dedicate to not eating cheese,its not meat it just comes from an animal, you are thinking of a vegan there and not all vegetrian are vegan.Thank you.

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  84. nice post i am an vegetarian lover i use to cook when my moms went out

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  85. Very intresting. your all posts are very good and really enjoyfull......

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  86. Very nice blog post....i totally enjoy the content of this post and i will share this to my friends.

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  87. that looks really yummy. Soup is the best part of colder weather!thanks wery good

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  88. I Love Delicious Food And Got Great New Tastes on this Blog Yummy

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  89. WOW! Very nice post i totally enjoy the content of this post and i will definitely share this post to my friends and students.

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  90. I'm so excited to try this recipe at home. Just perfect for holidays and get together. But I'm sure I'd get a little help from Mom.

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  91. Interesting! Thats pretty cool! You don't mind if I come here more often and read your posts do you? I love to blog but only on good subjects. Like this one for instance! Can't wait till you post something else.
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  92. Great food!
    I just can stop my self to eat if plate of chicken will putted on the table near me. I would love this item. I am giving a party to my friends this weekend at my farmhouse. I was wondering about some new item to treat my friends with. I will surely try this and let you know.

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  93. Wow!!Great dish with have a good info of preprationto this nice dish....

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  94. I think this blog is good! Is there a way I can subscribe to any more of your post. I must read more of your blogs if that ok?
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  95. Wow Cindy... this chowder looks REALLY good. I'm not the greatest at cooking, but I did slip my wife the recipe!

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  96. This chowder must be delicious, but the best taste is from my mother :)

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  97. Hi Friends,
    Hey its great, thank you for posting such a wonderful recipe where adding simple things in our food will help us with the problems like weight loss, arthritis and pain reilef.

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  98. Oh my, that must be great food! I love spicy foods. The food here is spicy all the time, but I really like it...though sometimes it makes my stomach hurt. lol :P

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  99. great recipe thanks cant wait to try it.

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  100. yummy... That's must be delicious, thanks for the recipe, i'll share your blog to my sister, she'll love it for sure... :)

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  101. This sounds like a yummy solution to extra Christmas turkey! Gotta try it!

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  102. Spicy cum yummy,
    Soon will ask my mum to cook this...Let me reach home..

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  104. it looks very delicious food.. And I want to make it..And the tips are very informative too.But the only thing is that you should do the exercise everyday because practice makes perfect..isn't ?

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  105. Awesome delicious recipe ! I already tried it after reading your post .

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  106. It's getting a little more chilly and rainy here as fall finally dons her hat, so I thought I'd share my excuse for a soup that is really chunky chili stew for the occasion. We made this soup awhile ago.

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  107. Capsicum is not one of the vegetables I like, but hey, what a great source of vitamin C...I could see myself trying this recipe out in future.

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  108. My mouth is full of water after seeing it.Its looking too delicious.
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  109. Very nice recipe. I am a true fan of your blogs. I will have to bookmark this.

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  110. the food looks fantastic and i bet it's tastes as well as it looks. gonna' try it once because i've been too contained to the thought of buying food outside.

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  111. this blog rocks.. you have nice collection of fantastic recipies..

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  114. I'm in love with your rewcipes, really great stuff, thanks a lot I will try this one.

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  115. wow. what a recipie.it looks delicious and i think taste will also goog. i'll try.

    thanks

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  116. I'll try to cook this meal, it looks great :)

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  117. Wow! I can't wait to try this soup. Looks great!

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  119. That really looks tasty.. Thanks for the recipe :)

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  120. i like chicken soup very much and your dish is looking so tasty.

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  121. looks good but i've cholestrol problem :(
    cant try this out.

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  122. Now i will try to cook this meal.

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  123. Great article! You have really innovative mind. I will try this recipe now.

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  124. This chowder is absolutely wonderful, I'll be making this one as it seems extremely delicious.
    Thanks & Regards!!
    Irene

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  125. it is my favorite, it is yummy and delicious..When my mom cook like this, I really eat more rice..

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  126. hmmm look like make body feel fresh,nice soup recipe i'll try it

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  127. That chowder looks absolutely delicious! I am definitely going to have to give this recipe a try. I am always looking for healthy tasty recipes so thanks for providing this one! My stomach thanks you :).

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  128. What a nice dish which you have posted. This will prove so fruitful for everyone.

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  129. i have tried many recipes on chicken. but, this one seems to be different and tasty. very eager to try this out:)

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  130. Chunky chicken soups are fantastic for winter, thanks for the recipe i'll pass it on to my mum (i don't cook!)

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  131. They are great when you are down with flu or cold to be honest.

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  132. i like chicken very much and bookmarked your recipe. thanks for sharing.

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  133. your blog not only explains the preparation of a recipe but also provides information like the purpose of each item (i,e)the the benefits of adding capsicum in food, etc...,
    i like it:)

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  134. Wow this soup looks so delicious and I am so hungry right now. xD It's nice to read a blog about healthy food.

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  135. Great!I was fully understand this blog,points and steps of Tri-pepper Chicken Veggie Chowder with explanation , more expectation in future from you.Thanks

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  136. I'm always interested in cooking recipes.This dish seems to be so delicious.I think you are expert in cooking recipes.Your family is so lucky !! and I'm waiting for your further posts....

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  137. Thank you for a great recipe! I'll try it today!!! Where you've got all these recipes?

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  138. Excellent posting in this blog, Thanks for sharing...jarrow

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  139. Looks really tasty, will try it on the weekend.
    Many thanks :)

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  140. Dish looking spicy and testy.I will definitely try it.Testy Post :)

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  141. Wow interesting and great dish...hope other like this as well. Thanks a lot for sharing this great dish.

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  142. This looks & sounds very delicious! I love hot peppers. Unfortunately my wife loves everything very mild. So maybe we make 2 batches. One with bell peppers & one just like this recipe for me. Time to go grocery shopping.

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  143. It reallylooks like very delicious. I will save this recipe

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  144. This recipe looks absolutely delicious. I am going to try this recipe for my friends :)

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  145. This looks delicious. I'm not into very spicy foods but I would like to try this one. From the photo, I think I'd give it a try and know the taste of what I'll be making by the recipe you've given. I wonder. Thanks for sharing.

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  146. I really like the recipe of Tri-pepper Chicken Veggie Chowder, i always the recipe in the chicken us used because i very much found of chicken....

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  147. When I saw the picture of the dish I knew immediately that I should prepare this for my father-in-law. He has tolerance for peppers like you would not believe! Having pickled jalapeños at almost every meal time and those thin thai ones in some dishes. POTENT!

    He is Asian by the way and I guess they have more exposure to these dishes than me and my family.

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  148. Hi, this looks great - there's one or two ingredients that are pretty hard to get here in the UK (especially the peppers) - I'm sure I can substitute something tasty instead.

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  149. Great food and listing of recipes you have here... Ill definitely prepare this tri-pepper chicken veggie chowder on my birthday

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  150. I must say this looks really good. I do eat gluten, but a good friend of mine can't, so I've been trying to think of something that everyone will like, and she'll be able to eat. We all got together last week, and she sat there with her own food because she couldn't eat anything that anyone brought. I don't want that to happen again. I'm looking forward to trying this myself!

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  151. I am to a great extent impressed with the article I have just read. I wish the author of cindalouskitchenblues.blogspot.com can continue to provide so much worthwhile information and unforgettable experience to cindalouskitchenblues.blogspot.com readers.

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  152. The Best of BuffaloMay 24, 2010 at 2:05 AM

    hello Cindy!

    thank you for having your blog. At first I view it as another blog that give recipe and how to do it blogs, but in the end you add health information about what we will get from your recipe. That is awesome! keep doing it.

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  153. just came across your blog by coincidence.
    the recipe looks really yummy, thanks for sharing.

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  154. Good recipe. I always try simple chicken recipe. I hope i can make this.

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  155. Awesome recipe,Looking delicious and healthy as well.thanks for sharing.

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  156. Well i have tried this dish.. It was simply awesome, delicious and mind blowing...what else should i say???? :)

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  157. The picture is looking so acttrective because it's looking so original that just pick and eat I will try it soon thanks for sharing this post this racipie can loss weight am I right.......Thanks for this post........!

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  158. Heya..thanks for the post and great tips..even I also think that hard work is the most important aspect of getting success.

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  159. Hi Cindy, nice recipe. I would happy to try it. Thank your for your share :) It's Nice :)

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  160. thanks to make me understand how to make this recipe that sounds yummy, great post

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  161. “Interesting blog……………the information is really good. Thanks for sharing with us.”

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  162. Thanks for sharing useful information.

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  163. Awesome! this is really what i am looking for and I have already bookmarked this page to check out the new stuff you post. thanks for your sharing!

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  164. The soup sure looks appetizing. It's both delicious and healthy and i love the part with spices. Thanks for sharing your recipe.

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  165. Hello, this recipe seems to be very spicy delicious in a stew, thank you congratulations post.

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  166. Thanks for this recipe i'm going try to make it this weekend.

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  167. It spices me up....I think I should have to make one..however I got a problem on how can I have some of the ingredients.I don't know where to get some of those...

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  168. Thanks for this recipe i'm going try to make it this weekend.

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  169. Thanks for this recipe i'm going try to make it this weekend.

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  170. This chowder looks really yummy. Will have to make it and see what my thinks.

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  171. Well Cindy ! you know what my mouth is getting wet. Seems like so delicious.

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  172. had this for dinner last night and it was awesome. thanks for sharing the reciepe.

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  173. I suffer from ulcerative colitis. Everything that has flour seems to bother me. This recipe is flour free. It gives me a few ideas. Thanks.

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  174. Thanks Cindy, for sharing this recipe. My husband likes to have dishes like this. I make chapati, and I think, this dish can be used as side dish with recipe.

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  175. It looks delicious!
    I like the presentation!
    And the instructions are easy to follow!
    Thank you for sharing!
    weight lose

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  176. This really makes me hungry. Gonna let my wife to cook one for me. Thanks for sharing how to. ;-)

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  177. Making me hungry just looking at it! Nice info on the caspian as well.

    David,
    of Testosterone Booster

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  178. Wow, that looks amazing, I am excited to try it! Thanks for the recipe : )

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  179. The Chowder looks really yummy and delicious. It is "health with taste". This Chowder contains vitamin and weight loss benefits. Thanks for this healthy and delicious food.

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  180. That looks so delicious and seems easy enough to make.I love meals in the slow cooker b/c you can just set it and forget it. I can't wait to try.

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  181. OOh my God..Thanks For You upload sharing in Your site…Now I know how to make myself beauty :)

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  182. this could be a perfect and quiet spicy dish.. the benefits of capsicum makes it more interesting and appetizing...

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  183. It's hard to find good gluten free recipes but this looks so good. I think I'll try it tonight.

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  184. Hmmm My Husband will be very pleasant to eat this food...thx for the recipe :)

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