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Yummmmmmmmmm! I had to change a bit due to not having ingredients on hand. I had to leave out carrots and celery. I added 4 oz velveeta (to convince my kids to eat it.....anything with cheese) I also used skimmed milk instead of half and half. Delicious recipe!! Will keep in my quick and easy recipe stash! I can imagine how yummy it might be with shrimp, crab......possibilities. Thanks for sharing this yummy recipe!

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sconehead December 01, 2008

Made this last night for my husband. I will just say that we only had 1.5 cups left when we were done with dinner. So good, I am making it again tomorrow!!

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mindynicole7 November 30, 2008

I made this with some of our leftover turkey and we all enjoyed it so much! This is a keeper!

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karens2kids November 30, 2008

Excellent way to make use of Thanksgiving leftovers!! My family all commented that this soup reminded them of the center of a pot pie. I did modify to make use of what I had available in my kitchen. Instead of green onion I used a regular onion diced. I did not have any celery but added a baking potato, peeled and diced. I added a bit extra flour as I like my chowder thicker. I used Janes original Mixed up salty to season. Very easy, quick and filling for a cold November day. Thanks for a great recipe:)

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Brew City Chef November 29, 2008

I cut the recipe in half and add regular diced onion, potatoes and corn. I did add a pinch of cayanne pepper and seasoning salt. My DH and I devoured it. It was delicious. Thank you!

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mama smurf November 23, 2008

What a great recipe! We cheated and used 2% milk and it was still fantastic! We made some changes to the veggies as well, adding finely chopped potatoes, white onions in place of the green, some corn and peas, and some garlic powder and seasoned salt for added dash.

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juniperwoman September 24, 2008

I made a turkey that I had in the freezer a day or so ago. I only dusted it with plenty of seasonings and put two cups of water in the roaster with it. That's what I used as the "broth" this recipe calls for. This is DELISH! You really cannot go wrong with this recipe! Everyone devoured it! UPDATE: chicken works really wonderfully too! Any leftovers -- if this HAS them, gets devoured too!

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AzureLynn September 09, 2008

I have made this twice and both times it was GONE! Very Good! The second time I used yellow onion and was just a good. I will make this for years to come. I think left-over chicken in it would be good as well if you have no turkey. Thanks so much! UPDATE: I make this all the time, mostly with chicken and yellow onion. Its sure stretcher for meals. thanks again.

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SueB-SueB May 06, 2008

Wow~Yummy~Yum!! This is delicious! I subbed yellow onion for green onions, and added a chopped potato. I also only had canned chicken. Instead of half and half, I used a can of evaporated milk and 4 oz of non-dairy creamer. Very rich and creamy and saved on some of the fat! Thanks so much for sharing! :O)

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SPrins April 13, 2008

This was lovely, tremendous flavour with rich full body of a chowder. We paired this with crusty bread and a glass of Chardonnay. Wonderful!!! Thanks for sharing. Sarah

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MsFergi March 17, 2008
Turkey Chowder