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Seafood Chowder

Seafood Chowder created by Annacia

Mr.D's chowda, my brother in law born in the south and myself a new englander, this was created for him without losing the new england flavor.

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  • In a soup pot, render the salt pork until just crisp, remove and discard.
  • cook the onion, celery, and carrots in the pork fat until tender.
  • add the potatoes, okra, corn, clams+juice, and fish.
  • cover with milk and heavy cream.
  • add basil, old bay, salt&pepper.
  • bring to boil and let simmer until potatoes are soft.
  • add chopped parsley.
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"Mr.D's chowda, my brother in law born in the south and myself a new englander, this was created for him without losing the new england flavor."
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  1. Annacia
    Seafood Chowder Created by Annacia
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  2. Annacia
    Seafood Chowder Created by Annacia
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  3. Annacia
    This is a 5 start for taste! I made a much lightened version of this chowder as the amount of calories in one serving is my entire days allotment (1200). I omitted the salt pork and cooked the veggies in a small bit of water that was almost gone when it came time to add the milks. I used skim milk and fat free evap milk and 1 very small white potato (about 1/4 cup diced). It was the clam broth that made this so good and as catfish isn't available here I used a small piece of cod. Aside from removing the fat I used all the veggies ask for and seasoning so I do feel that I kept to the heart and spirit of this soup. After saying all of that, I truly loved it - I never thought of adding okra to seafood before. Thank you for sharing an excellent and adaptable recipe.
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  4. EdandTheresa
    Mr.D's chowda, my brother in law born in the south and myself a new englander, this was created for him without losing the new england flavor.
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