|The Incredible Potato Cookbook|
|by Jack Denton Scott|
Complete with hints on buying, storing, cooking, and microwaving, America's favorite vegetable stars in this handy and helpful cookbook featuring ...
1 - 10 of about 830 for clam chowder without potatoes
This old-fashioned authentic ... of New England Clam Chowder is a hearty ... down through generations without a nod to ... and cut the potatoes into one inch ... be the main ingredient!
This recipe comes ... salt pork. Add potatoes, then broth of clams. Add tomatoes, ... end of the cooking to prevent them from becoming tough and rubbery.
Whether prepared in ... Summer, this Fish Chowder is always good. ... traditional New England Clam Chowder, this version ... fish aside. Boil potatoes which have been ... in the original recipe.
Fry bacon or ... garlic, red pepper, potatoes. Cover with ... Variations: Add shucked clams or oysters during the last 10 minutes. Add celery with the onions.
Obtain and clean two quarts of clams. Separate the ... and slice eight potatoes. Cut up ... butter and additional chowder crackers. This is ... tradition, try substituting pancetta.
In a large ... to boiling; add potatoes. Reduce heat. ... 10 minutes. Add clams or cheese. Stir ... and stir until bubbly; cook 1 minute more. Serves 8.
In 2 quart ... Stir in water, potatoes, celery, salt ... tender. Stir in clams (with liquid); heat ... sprinkle with bacon. Serve immediately. Serves 4.
Lightly brown bacon; ... Add water and clam liquid to make ... until thickened. Add potatoes, salt, and ... Sprinkle with dry minced parsley. Serve hot.
Mix all together and cook. Makes 3 cups or 3 servings.
Cut the bacon ... and chunk the potatoes. Add these ... add the chopped clams, all the ... this very traditonal chowder with oyster crackers ... it for later use.
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