Total TimePrep: 10 min. Cook: 35 min.
This is a nice small soup if that’s all you need. Of course you can double or triple it as needed. Very good soup.
I really love this chowder. I subbed homemade chicken stock for the water/bouillon because I had it on hand, and I added some salt and pepper to taste at the end. I doubled the recipe for the 2 of us because I wanted some leftovers for tomorrow. This is such a nice combination of flavors. It's going in the "keeper pile"!
This is very satisfying, tasty and easy to prepare. Has been added to my list of favorite soups. Did not have red potato, used russet.
This is my families favorite soup. When my boys come home from college in the winter they want me to make this. I always make extra because leftovers the next day are even better. One tip: Do not OVER cook the bacon or your whole soup will have a burned flavor.
Very good. Served the chowder with garlic bread. I'm glad I doubled the recipe so I have leftovers for tomorrow's lunch.
Hearty and tasty. Everything a chowder should be. I did add more salt and freshly ground black pepper to suit our tastes. I also added some chopped celery as I had some I wanted to use. I served it with a loaf of crusty rosemary bread and it was delicious.
It took some math to triple this recipe to accommodate my family, but it was totally worth it! I added a little salt at the table, will try adding 1/2 tsp in while cooking next time, and served it with sour cream on top. LOVE it!
for those who don't want 2 portion servings go to recipies for cooking for a crowd since you eat a lot. This is a great recipe
This chowder was so delicious. It was a chilly, rainy day and it really hit the spot. Even the two year old went back for seconds!
This is delicious and definitely a hearty soup which is welcome at this time of year.And for those of you who take issue with the serving for 2, it is very easy to just double or triple the recipe to make as much as you desire! It's often very difficult to find a recipe that works for just 2 since you can't always use 1/2 a can of soup or something similar.