Browsing: Chowders

Manhattan Clam Chowder

Chowders originated in New England and are probably the most popular type of soup in the United States. Clams are the most common base, as in the two classic recipes…

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Crab Chowder

Chowders are thick and substantial American soups, although the name comes from the French word chaudiere, meaning 'stew pot'. Ingredients vary but usually contain fish or shellfish. Plump sweetcorn, either…

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Ham and Sweetcorn Chowder

Chowder is an American name given to particularly thick and filling soups. This recipe, which uses ham, potatoes and sweetcorn, comes from New England and is substantial enough to serve…

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