Easy Fish Chowder
This recipe is a simple basic chowder fabulous on its own but can be adapted in a lot of different ways.
- 1 medium Onion Diced
- 3 tbsp Butter Salted or unsalted
- 1 8 oz bottle Clam juice I use Snow's Bumblebee Brand
- 1 12 oz Evaporated Skim Milk Can
- 2 cups Potatoes Cubed
- 1 lb. Cod Any white fish (haddock or cod)
- 1 cup Water
Brown onions in butter. After the potatoes have browned add the potatoes, clam juice Snow’s,Clam Juice All Natural, 8 oz and water. Lay fish on top, skin side up. Simmer, peel skin off fish (most times, I find there is no skin on the fish). Stir, breaking up fish a little. When the potatoes are tender, add the evaporated milk and simmer a few minutes. Add butter a few minutes before done.
Possible additions: crisp bacon, green onions, corn, heavy cream, substitute clams for fish, carrots.
TIP: If you get the fish home and it smells a bit fishy, soak in milk for at least a 1/2 hour and it usually takes most if not all of the smell away.
Allergy Information: Contains shellfish (clam juice), Fish, dairy, but egg free, nut free, peanut free and gluten free.
Serve with Chowder Crackers