Cookbook:New England Clam Chowder
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|New England Clam Chowder|
|Time||1-2 hours approx|
New England clam chowder is a dairy-based seafood chowder or thick soup originating in the northeastern United States. It is often thickened with a roux, and it usually contains minimal vegetables save for potatoes and onions.
- If using frozen clams, drain and reserve liquid.
- Cut hard parts away and keep them separate.
- Sauté salt pork in a heavy iron pot until brown and crisp.
- Remove pork and sauté hard part of clam and onions in hot fat until onion is light brown.
- Stir in flour, then slowly add boiling water, salt, pepper, and diced potato.
- Cover and simmer gently 10 minutes or until potato is tender.
- Add soft parts of clams and liquid.
- Just before serving, stir in scalded milk and butter.
- Heat thoroughly, but not to boiling.
- Serve piping hot with oyster or soda crackers.