5 Reviews

This turned out so good, even the picky child said so! I made it gluten free and dairy free (I used So Delicious coconut milk - the kind in the refrigerated 2 qts) and used green onions in place of leek. Used cod and probably simmered it a little longer, just to make sure the fish was done (I also didn't use the scallops or shrimp, DD is allergic to shrimp).

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WI Cheesehead January 05, 2011

Thank-you for such a yummy recipe, I was craving some seafood chowder and served it up for friends for dinner (I know risky trying a new recipe on friends especially when they are both chefs) but they LOVED it, we all did. Well done.

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gavinbj July 05, 2010

I was looking for a good Seafood Chowder recipe for my rehearsal dinner when I came across this one. I gave it to my caterer and she made it exactly as stated. Everyone is still raving about it. Thanks for a great recipe. I will definitely be making it again!

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Andi's Mom September 08, 2004

excellant chowder, thanks for sharing Daydreamer. I made exactly as shown, other than some confusion about the celery and a few other items it went fine. Was expensive to make, but was worth it. I can't say enough about it. Try it you'll really enjoy, I used Cod as the white fish.

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hotsunday January 17, 2004

A beautiful chowder. I used a slightly different fish mix (a bit of haddock and two store-made mixes of mussels, shrimp and squid) and added a bit more bacon but other than that followed the directions exactly. The cream makes this a rich but delicious treat. We served it with freshly made rolls and a green salad. A perfect Christmas Eve dinner.

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Sackville December 24, 2003
Seafood Chowder