Seafood chowder recipe please.

397, Mar 9, 10:40pm
Please does anyone have a recipe for a seafood chowder. Family over from Wales and usually have it in one of our local resteraunts but they don, t serve it anymore so i, m hopefully going to make it for them. Thanks

pericles, Mar 9, 10:43pm php? f=22&t=215

harrislucinda, Mar 9, 10:58pm
Iuseawhitesaucemadefrommilkandthen addallseafoodeasy

korbo, Mar 10, 5:13am
i use maggi fish pie sachet, add more milk then add all the fishey things. and lastly but do not boil add some cream... yummmyyy

welchy3, Mar 10, 8:43am
google some recipes for it, i made one last winter with white wine, it was delicious but i never wrote it down, it was googled, printed, then lost :(

thelmalouise, Oct 18, 6:02am

100g Butter
1 Finely Sliced Leek
2 Tablespoons Flour
1 Tablespoon mild curry powder
1 Cup fish stock (use the liquid drained from the fish fillets,
topped up to 1 cup with water)
2 Cups milk
1 Potato, peeled and cubed into pea-sized pieces
2 Cups sweet corn kernels (Use frozen supersweet kernels but
canned or fresh are fine)
310g Can smoked fish fillets and other mixed seafood as desired.
Surimi, mussels, prawns, shrimps etc
Salt and lots of freshly ground black pepper, to taste
2 Tablespoons chopped parsley (approx)

Heat the butter in a large saucepan and add the sliced leek.
Stir-fry for two to three minutes, then add flour, curry powder and stir well. Slowly, while stirring, add the fish stock and milk. Add the potato, sweet corn, smoked fish and prawns. Gently simmer for 20 minutes, until the potato is cooked and the soup is thick and creamy. Add extra milk if the consistency is too thick. Season to taste with salt and freshly ground black pepper. Sprinkle with chopped parsley to garnish. Serve with a basket of crusty white rolls for a substantial meal in a bowl.