Fish chowder is really a good alternative to serve to your friends and family on a chilly day. It is filling and great tasting and it really is not unusual that many chowder recipes get handed down through generation to generation. Simply because fishing is such a well-liked hobby in Canada it really is no question that you can find so several excellent chowder recipes offered to decide on and put together.
Northern Saskatchewan Chowder
1lb walleye fillets (use largest fillets available)
1lb trout fillets (any kind of trout will do)
Freshly ground black pepper
Cayenne pepper to taste
4c. chicken stock
1/4lb bacon, diced
2 onions, chopped
3 large potatoes, diced
1/8 teaspoon cloves
Dash Tabasco sauce
1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
2 large tomatoes, seeded and chopped
Process of Preparation
Cut fish into 1 inch by 1 inch cubes. Dust fish with thyme and both black and cayenne peppers. Set aside.
In frying pot, heat bacon until cooked. Add onions and cook slowly. Onions must be soft but not browned.
Add chicken stock and two cups water to a big pot. Heat until simmering; add potatoes and simmer for yet another five minutes.
Add milk, cream, onions, bacon, cloves, any remaining seasoning and tomatoes to pot. Simmer 5 minutes. Taste and add extra seasoning according to taste.
Serve right away. Look at chilling overnight and reheating the following day to serve. Add a spoonful of butter to each bowl just before adding soup.
lb northern pike, boned and filleted
Chicken broth (can use homemade or premade broth)
8 white potatoes peeled and diced
8 slices of bacon, diced
4 celery stalks
2 yellow onions, chopped
c. table cream
teaspoon white pepper, ground
Method of Preparation
Place peeled, diced potatoes in a container. Combine similar parts of water and broth and pour in container to just cover potatoes. Bring pot to a boil. Lower heat until mixture is simmering.
Place bacon, onion and celery into saut pot and cook over moderate temperature, mixing from time to time. Bacon must be totally cooked and onions must be soft just before taking away pan from heat. Include contents of saut pan to potato and broth combination.
Make sure pike fillets are reduce into bite sized chunks which are slightly on the big measurement.
Take a look at broth. When it begins to look milky as well as the potatoes have softened, add fish chunks to container. Cook at a simmer until pike is thoroughly cooked through. Add milk and cream to container to be able to provide chowder the texture you would like. Season mixture with white pepper to taste. Serve immediately.
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