Tasty Haddock Chowder

Tasty Haddock Chowder created by Dr. Jenny

Haddock is one of my favorite fish and this is my favorite chowder. This dish is wonderful served with a crusty white bread and sweet butter. If you don't drink, the chowder tastes great without the sherry...also. Please feel free to add additional spices/herbs or additional salt and pepper, if desired.

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  • Using a large pan saute the onions and shallots in butter.
  • Add the potatoes and carrotes to onion mixture.
  • Now add just enough water to cover the vegetable mixture and boil 10- 15 minutes.
  • *DONOT OVERCOOK THE FISH.
  • Add the fish to the vegetable mixture and cook for 5 minutes.
  • Remove the fish and shred.
  • Return the shredded fish to the onion and potatoe mixture.
  • Add the half and half cream and frozen peas to the vegetable and fish mixture.
  • Season with salt, pepper and thyme.
  • Heat gently on low for 20 minutes not allowing chowder to boil.
  • Remove the chowder from heat, stir in the sherry and add the chopped parsley for garnish.
  • Serve with warm crusty bread and enjoy.
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"Haddock is one of my favorite fish and this is my favorite chowder. This dish is wonderful served with a crusty white bread and sweet butter. If you don't drink, the chowder tastes great without the sherry...also. Please feel free to add additional spices/herbs or additional salt and pepper, if desired."

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  1. mama smurf
    What a wonderful soup to fix today on a cloudy and some what cool day. I did cut the recipe in half used evaporated milk (out of cream) but otherwise followed the recipe. Definately a keeper and one I will make again. Like a previous reviewer said some shrimp and/or some scallops would be a great addition. Going into my Favorites of 2014. Made for the Aussie/NZ recipe swap tag game.
  2. Diana A.
    This is very good and held up surprisingly well as leftovers. For a creamier texture, I pureed the vegetables a bit before adding the shredded fish.
  3. ImACookingDiva
    We all agree this one is a new favorite. We love haddock and with the weather cold here, a chowder is always well received, but this one is REALLY good! We had it with some oyster crackers and a big dill pickle on the side!
  4. Dr. Jenny
    Tasty Haddock Chowder Created by Dr. Jenny
  5. Dr. Jenny
    Yummy chowder, Baby Kato!! I have to admit I wasn't in the mood for chowder tonight and was just trying to use up some haddock that I had on hand, until I tried this recipe. I was very, very pleasantly surprised. I ended up LOVING this chowder! The flavor of this chowder is fantastic and the prep is very easy. Modifications included using 2 shallots, 4 cloves of garlic (added when sauteeing the onions and shallots), heavy whipping cream (that's what I had on hand), triple the salt (based on other reviewers' comments), one extra sprig of thyme, dry sherry, and I added a little bit of shrimp since I only had one pound of haddock on hand. I am looking forward to having the leftovers for lunch tomorrow. I will DEFINITELY make this chowder again. Thanks for a great meal. Made for ZWT4.
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