This Hearty Fish Chowder is a quick and easy soup you can serve up any night of the week in under an hour! Serve it up with a salad and crusty bread!
In my post from yesterday I told you about my thoughts on the KitchenAid Tri-Ply Stainless Steel 10-Piece Set, and what a joy they were to cook with! When they arrived at my door I immediately gave the set a good workout cooking up some new recipes like this delicious fish chowder that I have been waiting to share with you!
While making the homemade stock for this chowder I found the measuring lines inside the pots so helpful. This is my absolute favourite feature! That and the glass lids, so I could keep an eye on my soup without removing the lid.
This Hearty Fish Chowder recipe is going to be making an appearance around here quite a few times this fall & winter. This is because earlier in the summer my husband & I went on an ocean fishing trip and we came home with A LOT of Pacific Salmon and Halibut, and the pieces are so large that we end up with dinner leftovers. And left over cooked fish is PERFECT for chowders! Really, what better fish than salmon and halibut for a chowder?! So hearty and scrumptious.
Hearty Fish Chowder Recipe Tips:
- I like to use cooked fish for this recipe. Leftover fish from last night’s dinner is great, but if you only have fresh fish, you can poach the fish, in a separate pot, in a little broth. This usually takes about 5-8 minutes. The reason I like to add cooked fish to this soup is so that the soup doesn’t end up tasting too ‘fishy’, which can happen if you add fresh fish right to the recipe. I mean, you can add fresh if you wish, it’s really up to you.
- Any kind of fish would work for this recipe. Cod, halibut, salmon, haddock – your choice!
- If you don’t have enough cream, sometimes I’ll add a can of creamed corn instead.
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Have a delicious day!
Disclosure: While I did receive a KitchenAid Tri-Ply Stainless Steel 10-Piece Set for review, I did not accept any compensation for my review. All the opinions and thoughts that I stated here in my post, are mine and true, as I only share products that I personally endorse and use in my home. And I think these pots are great…they’re getting a workout! And you need to try this chowda…it’s gooooood!