Total TimePrep: 30 min. Cook: 35 min.
Believe it or not, finding an "economical" white fish here in Florida takes some doing! So I went for 2 - 12 oz. packages of frozen cod thawed and cut into 1" pieces. Tasted just fine! Also substituted a 12-oz package of frozen, diced carrots, and 2-cups of diced Yukon Gold Petite Potatoes diced into 1/2 pieces - both worked out just fine! And, chowder came-out perfect and very tasty. I have one question maybe someone can answer: because I am a senior and single, I hate buying 'fresh' dill, using 1 tablespoon, put the rest in the crisper, and eventually throw it out! Seems like such a waste! Could I use dried dill weed without any appreciable and noticeable favor difference? Great recipe that is definitely a keeper! Thanks!
Made this chowder for supper tonight...it was excellent, and the best part was I didn't even have to go shopping for anything (substituted dry ginger, gill and parsley for the fresh stuff). My husband loved it although he commented it wasn't like any fish chowder he'd ever had before. I should note that in the directions, you omitted when to add the sauteed onions and carrots to the pot, so I just threw them in with the cooked bacon...and everything was hunky-dory!
I just made this tonight and it was a hit with the whole family. Very easy to make and so much flavor! Will definately make again.
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