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Really great clam chowder. It's not super thick, but it's got loads of flavor. I made this just as it is written, but added 2 more cans of clams - just my personal preference. I had fresh parsley so I opted for that over the dried. This reheats very well. Thanx!
This is my new favorite Chowder recipe. I followed the recipe closely but had to refrain from the use of a couple items due to allergies but it was still the best I've ever cooked. Using the thick cut style bacon and that nifty starch release idea, instead of flour, this was truly a very busy chowder with every spoonful and amazingly flavorful.
I made two pots of this tonight. The first one I used your spices, the second one I used chipotle powder, allspice a little Worcestershire and thyme. Both were fantastic, I think this was the best chowder I have ever tasted in my life! I love that it wasn't thickened with flour or tons of heavy cream. I used a potato masher to mash up the potatoes a bit since I found the spoon to be tedious.
I made this soup for the first time and followed the recipe. The taste was delicious, but consistency, even tough, it was thick it was not as gluey as it is usually sold everywhere. We loved it!
This is the best clam chowder Iâ€™ve ever made! The key is cutting the potatoes small and then using them to thicken the soup. The flavors where right on! DH and I honeymooned on Cape Cod and we rated all the clam chowders we had, this one would stand proud!
I loved this, and so did my dh.I only had 2 cans of clams, so I cut back on potatoes(we don't eat them very often anyhow). I didn't have any clam juice so I substituted one can of chicken broth. This is so very, very good! Guess its gona replace my old recipe for clam chowder! thank you for posting this.