Way too much flour for my taste. I would prolly sacrifice some of the thickness for less flour. Followed directions to a tee. Kinda bland.
EXCELLENT! I never measure . I started off with way too much potatoes (3 1/2 cups ?) so I used the broth of 4 cans of chopped clams. I did not add water. I used celery salt instead of salt.
I also added old bay seasoning. ( 1 TBSP ?)
The result was very thick so I added a bottle of clam juice
I chose this recipe because the sodium content is way lower than other recipes posted. I thought it might be bland BUT I,m so glad I was wrong
Thanks Laurel for posting Marks recipe for white chili! I hope he won!
So yummy! Even my 8 year old daughter liked it!
Easy to make and DELICIOUS! I've made this several times now. Tonight I used seafood stock in place of the water and fat free half and half. Turned out great as usual!
I wasn't sure if I was supposed to drain the veggies after boiling, so I didn't...seems to have worked out just fine...added about a teaspoon of Old Bay Seasoning and maybe a teaspoon of lemon juice...tasty!
Very good, and easy to make. It came out a little bland for my tastes, but it was nothing that a little extra celery salt and pepper couldn't fix. I was a little wary of putting onions in (I hate onions with a passion) but they cooked down alright and actually ended up pretty good. Nice and creamy, will make again.
Replaced half-and-half with whole milk. Excellent soup. Will definitely make again. It was plenty thick so next time I'll replace whole milk with skim and maybe add a bit more butter.
Served at a party and everyone raved about it. Served the next day for a family dinner and got the same response.
Fantastic!!! I used fat free half n half and it was still creamy and thick and my family loved it!!! Served it in small whole grain bread bowls and side salads and it made a great meal. Reheated very well.
I moved from New England across the continent to northern BC, and let me tell you, this hits the spot when it comes to clam chowder cravings. Thanks so much!