Seafood Chowder Recipes

Simmer these creamy, dreamy seafood chowder recipes on your stovetop for an easy gourmet meal.

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Instant Pot Clam Chowder

3 reviews

Clam chowder is especially tasty when it's served with a sprinkle of fresh thyme, bacon crumbles and crispy oyster crackers on top. If you like your chowder on the thick side, add another tablespoon of flour after it is done in the pressure cooker. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Pressure-Cooker Fish Stew

I love fish and chowder, so this stew is a favorite of mine. It's made without cream or whole milk...


Rich Seafood Chowder

7 reviews

This creamy, delectable soup is even better the next day. It also works well with scallops or a flaky whitefish....


Manhattan Clam Chowder

7 reviews

I typically serve this chowder with a tossed salad and hot rolls. It is easy to make and tastes wonderful...


Traditional New England Clam Chowder

5 reviews

I left a cruise ship with a great souvenir...the recipe for this splendid chowder! It's a traditional soup that stands...

New England Clam Chowder

23 reviews

I wasn't satisfied with other recipes I came across for clam chowder, so I devised this one. Everyone who's tried...


Northwest Salmon Chowder

43 reviews

I've lived on a farm in the Yakima Valley all my life. I have a big garden, and by the...

Shrimp Chowder

36 reviews

I simmer my rich and creamy shrimp soup in the slow cooker. Because the chowder is ready in less than...


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Grandma’s Seafood Chowder

8 reviews

My grandmother makes this every year for Christmas morning—the only time we ever had it. Why wait, when you can...


Best Seafood Chowder

10 reviews

My husband is an avid fisherman. When a family get-together was planned and we had to bring something, we created...


Cajun Shrimp Soup

3 reviews

My mom used to cut the corn off the cob to make this soup, but I use canned cream-style corn....

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Contest-Winning New England Clam Chowder

119 reviews

This is the best New England clam chowder recipe, ever! In the Pacific Northwest, we dig our own razor clams...