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    Manhattan Style Smoky & Sweet Fish Chowder

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    What I loved about this soup is how flavorful and hearty it was without being "fishy" tasting. For this chowder, instead of clams we are using what is called a 'fish chowder mix' (a white fish mix from your local market) making it wonderful, but much more friendly to the wallet. Our 3.5 lbs of fish cost around $6.00

    This sweet and smoky stew takes a bit of time on the stove, but does not demand much of your attention once it is simmering. Go about your evening and revisit the kitchen for a scrumptious dinner.

    Recipe here with step by step photos.



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    A soup after my own heart! I love both the Manhattan and New England styles of fish chowder and your recipe looks so yummy.

    I recently made a creamy oyster chowder, letting the potatoes do the thickening. Not as thrifty ($9 for the pound of shucked oysters), but delicious and creamy. It had to be all I ate that day though, because when I tallied it up, the whole batch was 904 calories! Yours looks much healthier, and I think next time, I'll skip the potato and use turnips.

    Searching kitchen to see if I can make yours today. Thank you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoanieL View Post
    A soup after my own heart! I love both the Manhattan and New England styles of fish chowder and your recipe looks so yummy.

    I recently made a creamy oyster chowder, letting the potatoes do the thickening. Not as thrifty ($9 for the pound of shucked oysters), but delicious and creamy. It had to be all I ate that day though, because when I tallied it up, the whole batch was 904 calories! Yours looks much healthier, and I think next time, I'll skip the potato and use turnips.

    Searching kitchen to see if I can make yours today. Thank you!
    Thanks Joanie. Yours sounds fabulous too!!! I thought about using potatoes, but after the holidays where I was a bit um...."more free" with those kinds of subs, I thought I better keep it straight this time! LOL. We really enjoyed it. Can't wait to hear your feedback and mods!
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    love fish stews and soups so this looks yummy! i sometimes put fennel bulb and grated cheese in mine. bits of seaweed like karengo are nice too.

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    Local ordinances do not permit the adding of tomatoes to chowders. LOL.

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    That looks ah-mazing and I can't wait to make it!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grokalicious View Post
    That looks ah-mazing and I can't wait to make it!!!!!
    Cool! Love to hear what you do to it and how you make it your own! <3
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    It turned out well. Used Whitefish and followed your recipe with a touch more cumin and subbed habanero for chipotle. I'll be making this one again!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry H View Post
    It turned out well. Used Whitefish and followed your recipe with a touch more cumin and subbed habanero for chipotle. I'll be making this one again!
    awesome! Habanero..I bet that WAS good! Thanks for posting!
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