Bc Ferries Manhattan Clam Chowder

Total Time
1hr 5mins
Prep 20 mins
Cook 45 mins

This is from a free recipe card that they used to give out on the BC ferries. It is a tomato based chowder and is very good. The recipe calls for clam nectar but the recipe zaar software changes it to clam juice. I'm pretty sure it's the same but you never know.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. In a large saucepan, over medium heat, saute bacon or salt pork until light brown.
  2. Add celery, onions green pepper and carrots and cook until tender.
  3. Blend in flour and simmer 5 minute Stir in clam juice and potatoes; simmer 15 minute.
  4. Add tomatoes, tomato paste, and baby clams and cook an additional 10 minute.
  5. Season with thyme, worcestershire sauce, salt and pepper.
Most Helpful

Great chowder! Since this one has already seen to repeats the review is long overdue. Found this tomato based Clam Chowder version excellent and have added it to my soup collection. Made as posted and wouldn't change a thing. (Second time around didn't have the clam juice and subbed with the Extra Spicy Clamatao juice I had on hand making for a great tasting chowder too.) I go with the clam juice but now I know there's an option that works. Going to do as I do with our family favorite Clam Chowder - double the recipe - freeze to have on hand for those times one needs a special soup in a hurry. Thank you for sharing - one cannot have too many soup and chowder recipes!

Gerry May 17, 2008

Put my "all" into this recipe...I petite diced everything by hand and it turned out beautiful as well as very delicious. Next time, when I make it for the family, I will serve it "rustic" style and use the food processor for the cutting, it should be a breeze and I bet it tastes just as good. My guests raved about this soup, and I definitely agree. I served pepper flakes to those who enjoyed theirs spicy without having the truest's unduly subjected to Capsaicin anxiety :)

Chef Lanibobonnie February 22, 2010