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Lazy New England Clam Chowder

Lazy New England Clam Chowder created by Food.com

Recipe came off a bag of potatoes from back in 1970! Simple to make and tastes like you worked all afternoon!

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  • In large saucepan cook and stir bacon and onion until bacon is crisp and onion is tender.
  • Stir in soup and milk.
  • Heat through, stirring occasionally.
  • Stir in clams/juice from clams, lemon juice and pepper.
  • Heat thoroughly, serve in soup mugs with slice of lemon and parsley sprig on top.
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"Recipe came off a bag of potatoes from back in 1970! Simple to make and tastes like you worked all afternoon!"
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  1. Aunt Willie
    This is pretty good! I threw it together while my husband tossed a salad. I used a leek instead of an onion and added a rib of chopped celery. Also, I couldn't find 8 oz cans of clams, so I used four 6.5 oz cans. It is a little on the thin side, but it has very nice flavor, especially on a cold, drizzly December evening when both husband and I ended up working late!
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    Lazy New England Clam Chowder Created by Food.com
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  3. Taylor in Belgium
    Recipe came off a bag of potatoes from back in 1970! Simple to make and tastes like you worked all afternoon!
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